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DVD+RW Video Recording Format
|NOTE:||This information explains DVD+VR formats in general. However, DVD+VR writing also requires DVD+VR compatible authoring software. For details, please ask your software vendor/supplier.|
The DVD+RW Video Recording Format , also called DVD+VR , is the video recording format stipulated by the DVD+RW Alliance. The main feature is that it allows adding, editing, partial deleting, and partial overwriting on a DVD+RW disc, while still retaining compatibility with ordinary DVD players. You can enjoy creating and editing with ease.
<<Main Features of the DVD+VR format>>
FlexibilityIt does not require any specific knowledge or operation.
It allows you to add, partially delete, or change menus that the DVD-Video format will not.
If the Authoring software you are using supports DVD+VR, you will be able to create the same works as you can with the usual authoring software. For details please consult the software manual.
CompatibilityA DVD disc recorded in the DVD+VR format will be able to playback on ordinary DVD-Video players just like those recorded in the standard DVD-Video format. The compatibility still remains even after you edit or add data to the disc.
This is because the DVD+VR format is recorded in a manner very to similar to the DVD-Video specification.
VBR supportedIt was pretty common to record using CBR (Constant Bit Rate), for real time recording on a disc. However the DVD+VR format is able to record with VBR (Variable Bit Rate) recording methods, even during real time recording, due to the availability of this Loss-less Linking technology.
It will allow you to successfully combine long time recording with high quality.
Combination of Consumer Electronics and your PCThe DVD+VR format offers recording compatibility between a DVD+RW/+R Video Recorder (Consumer Electronics) and a DVD+RW/+R Writer (your PC).
You can record your favorite video on a Recorder and then add or edit video data on a Writer with a PC. You can record again on a Recorder, using the same disc. The disc will also maintain playback compatibility on a ordinary DVD player.
Originally DVD-Video format was for Playback Only DVD Read-Only media. The DVD+VR format is an advanced format that maintains DVD-Video compatibility.
It is a Lossless-Linking technology compatible with the DVD+RW/+R standards that provides the flexibility of both recording and playback compatibility.
|*||Direct disc Recording depends on the writing software and CPU performance. For the detail, please consult the software manual.|
|*||For information on Playback compatibility on ordinary DVD players,please visit here.|
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