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Dvd-r Ds

DVD-R DS (DS stand for Double Side) is also called DVD-10 (Dual Side, Single Layer) or DVD-18 (Dual Side, Dual Layer), it is a sub category of DVD-R. A DVD-R DS has a storage capacity of 8.75 GB (DVD-10) or 15.9 GB(DVD-18).[1]

DVD capacity
Diameter Disk Type Data sectors
(2,048 B each)
Capacity
cm Bytes MiB GB
12 DVD-R, DVD-RW (SS-SL) 2,298,496 4,707,319,808 4489.250 4.7
DVD+R, DVD+RW (SS-SL) 2,295,104 4,700,372,992 4482.625 4.7
DVD-R DL (SS) 4,171,712 8,543,666,176 8147.875 8.5
DVD+R DL (SS) 4,173,824 8,547,991,552 8152.000 8.5
DVD-R DS, DVD-RW DS (SL) 4,596,992 9,414,639,616 8978.500 9.4
DVD+R DS, DVD+RW DS (SL) 4,590,208 9,400,745,984 8965.250 9.4
DVD-R DS (DL) 8,343,424 17,087,332,352 16,295.750 17.0
DVD+R DS (DL) 8,347,648 17,095,983,104 16,304.000 17.0
  • SL / DL – Single/Dual layer
  • SS / DS - Single/Double sided

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References

  1. ^ "What is the Difference between D5/D9/D10/D18/DVD+R/DVD+RW and other DVD discs?". Retrieved 2010-08-11. 
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