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What are the Differences Between DVD5 and DVD9?
The main difference between DVD5 and DVD9 is the capacity. DVD9 has more space than DVD5's. DVD ± R DL discs are called DVD9. The single-sided double-layer DVD discs can store data up to 8.5GB. Those single-sided single-layer DVD discs can save data up to 4.7GB. They are called DVD5.
1) The DVD5 discs are single-sided single-layer discs. DVD5 can store accurately 4,700,000,000 bytes and that is 4.37 GB on computer where 1 kbyte is 1024 bytes. A DVD5 disc can generally store a 120-min DVD movie.
2) The DVD9 discs are usually referred to single-side dual-layer discs. DVD9 store accurately 8,540,000,000 bytes and that is 7.95 GB on computer. A DVD9 disc can store a 240-min DVD movie.
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