Re: BD-RE - Dual Layer?
- From: Winniethepooh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (GMAN)
- Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2012 05:12:51 GMT
In article <a340qqF3deU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Arno <me@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Justin <justin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm getting various conflicting information on RE and just plain R discs.
BD-RE's use the same phase change principle as CD and DVD-RWs, right? I
think somebody on here said that the phase change would be better for
long term storage than the dye used in standard R's.
Can somebody set me straight?
Phase-change is better, but a consumer-grade (read: trash)
media like BD is not suitable for any form of archiving.
SONY hate much?
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