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Yes, you can even write windows 7/8/10 onto disks and install windows from the disk. You can do lots! Make sure you follow Dell’s instructions for writing backup DVD disks carefully!
Personally I would just make a folder of all your music, photos, documents you want to backup and upload it to mega! 50 free gb wonderful!
if you mean download videos from your SD card to your computer to burn them to disc, this would fit the bill. If you have to buy a DVD burning software do your research. I use ConvertXto DVD or ConvertXtoHD to burn my disc but there is a free one out there and I forget the name of it but I remember that one had a very … if you mean download videos from your SD card to your computer to burn them to disc, this would fit the bill. If you have to buy a DVD burning software do your research. I use ConvertXto DVD or ConvertXtoHD to burn my disc but there is a free one out there and I forget the name of it but I remember that one had a very steep learning curve to it. Thats whyI started using ConvertXtoDVD by VSO software
No problem you just have to have your program to record
I put a lot of my videos on this DVD and you can put many pictures on them.
If you have software to convert mp4 to dvd format you can burn this disk so it will play in any dvd player.
The package that I received reads, "16X"
No… They do not.
no. it’s not working on dvd player with x8 speed and i didn’t try with other speed.
That depends. If you’re recording on a stand-along DVD recorder, you could get up to 6 hours on a disc at the longest play speed. Most DVD recorders have 2, 4, and 6 hour modes. Expect to lose quality on the longest play speeds. The two hour speed will give you roughly the same quality as on the tape. Now, if you’re du… That depends. If you’re recording on a stand-along DVD recorder, you could get up to 6 hours on a disc at the longest play speed. Most DVD recorders have 2, 4, and 6 hour modes. Expect to lose quality on the longest play speeds. The two hour speed will give you roughly the same quality as on the tape. Now, if you’re dubbing onto a computer, how long you can record will depend on the software you’re using.
Max speed of burn
These are standard size DVDs. But they didn’t work well, most were defective and I had to get a different brand. I wouldn’t purchase these again.
I’m not an expert but rw is rewritable, I think and these are not that. So YES this is what you need and I have used them and they are top quality discs.
There is information on the "upper" side of the DVD, but it has enough space for your own comments.
I had the same question, image shows 15 discs, but description says nothing. It is a 15 pack spindle
Most definitely. I assume it has been recorded from tv, and now you want to copy it to dvd to keep. I copy to watch later, as I am busy, and find the dvd recorder compresses the data when copying – I can get about 3 two-hour movies on one disc. And Maxell has the most reliable record of any brand I have tried.
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Great Discs. Negative reviews are probably from computer issues (I have learned this over the past 25 years of burning all types of discs). If your computer is jumpy or has processor problems or Hard Drive Problems or is running hot then fix those issues before burning discs. It’s usually best to close all other windows,apps or programs before the burn and if you can slow the burn down slightly slower than max to prevent error. Sometimes though a burner/writer will not like certain brands or makes. I have never had an issue with these discs before..
I wanted to save my video tape onto a DVD before the vhs tape can not play any more
on my vhs player. These are special tapes I did in 1990 on stage and I want to preserve them
for my family.
I have an old Magnavox ZV427MG9 recorder..after trying 3 different types and speeds, still was getting an error code. After reading a few blogs, most mentioned trying DVD-R as a last resort..I can’t tell you the joy I felt when I was able to finally record and transfer my treasured moments with family long gone and make copies to share. Already ordered another 🙂
We have a 6 pound blind yorkie. He hears so well he alerts to a car at our front gate 130 yards out. Sparrows land on the bushes outside my daughters room where he spends most of his time. They drive him crazy he keeps barking to tell us something is happening. I put these on the bushes with extra long rubber bands. They spin and shimmer flashes of iridescent light. NO MORE BIRDS. I put them in our barn over the horse stalls same result no more birds in the stalls. THEY WORK
Got these due the spouse overloading an SD card with 300+ pics. Way too many for regular CD-R discs. Worked like they should and have plenty for next overload. Sending spouse to remedial training.
I have been using Maxell products off and on since I was a kid going back to the VHS era of recording media. Although I have used other brands as well, I always find myself going back to Maxell. I recently ordered three 50 packs of these Maxell DVD-R discs and after being hesitant to buy blank media from Amazon (Even as a longtime Prime member) after a bad experience I had after buying what turned out to two defective 100 packs of Verbatim DVD-R discs years ago, these performed as I expected them to and confirmed that the bad experience I had years ago with the Verbatim brand does not reflect in any way on Amazon and I believe it was more of a case of a lesser known brand and poor packaging of the spindles from Verbatim, not Amazon. As someone who spends a lot of time recording to blank media for personal/private use my advice to those who aren’t as familiar with reliable brands with regard to DVD recording, go with brands that you know and trust. There are only two or three brands of discs that I will buy. Maxell is one of those three and now that I know I can buy them from Amazon and not have an issue, I will be buying Maxell discs more often. As far as the defective Verbatim discs years ago, Amazon apologized for the problem and gave me a full refund so I have nothing bad to say about Amazon, but would advise fellow customers to stay away from Verbatim brand discs. Thanks again Amazon and Maxell.
After ten years of recording on my DVD recorder, it suddenly would not read the Philips DVD-r’s I had always used. I assumed my recorder had finally bit the dust so I began searching for a replacement. Little did I know that the DVD recorder I had bought for $165 years ago are now priced around $400-500 new, if you can find one.
This had something to do with copyright laws I assume. I looked on craigslist and found one in new condition for $150. Different brand, exact same machine. Mine was a Magnavox, and it’s replacement is a Funai. This is not surprising because I believe they are all made by the same company with different branding.
Fortunately for me this unit came with all the manuals and what not, and in breaking with tradition, I actually read the instructions for a change. To my surprise it detailed the brand of media recommended for the Funai DVD recorder. There were several, but the one easily available to me was the Maxell DVD-r. Just for kicks, I tried recording on the old faithful Phillips brand DVD-r and the Funai would not read it. Hmmmm. I tried the Maxell DVD-r and low and behold it worked perfectly. Now, I thought, what about my old machine? Would the Maxell media work on it also? The answer is YES.
So now I have two machines that work perfectly with the Maxell media. My advice is, READ your manuals. Why my old machine suddenly stopped reading the Phillips media I do not understand. Maybe Phillips changed something in there discs to prevent recording on a recordable disc? That doesn’t make sense. Now I only buy Maxell for my recorder(s), and still use the Phillips for my high speed duplicators, which work fine.
I recorded DVD’s on Panasonic DVD-R for years. One day, my recorder, a Magnavox, did not recognize the discs. I tried different ones to see if maybe the disc was bad to no avail. I decided my recorder must be bad having owned it for years. I found one on craigslist and bought it. It was used but very low use. It was exactly like my other one but with a different brand name, Funai. I inserted a Panasonic disc and it did not recognize the disc either. Luckily it came with an instruction manual. I never read instruction manuals but I figured now was a good time to start. I read the section on compatible media and several were listed, but not Panasonic. Maxell was a recommended brand so I ordered a pack of 100 from Amazon. Low and behold they worked and so did the recorder I thought did not work anymore. I believe Panasonic must have changed something in their discs at some point because they are all I used for years. So now I have two DVD recorders that both work perfectly with Maxell DVD-R’s. I have learned the prices on DVD recorders have dramatically increased due to copyright laws. I paid only $200 for my used one. Motto of the story. READ THE MANUAL and use the correct disc’s.
Okay, fine: the truth is that I got sick and tired of my new computer constantly reminding me that I needed to create a backup of its essential (Windows) software, even though I’ve been hit by terrible viruses in the past and know how important it is to create a backup. That’s the reason I bought these things.
Trying to keep the task as painless as possible, after one too many irritating waving-flag reminder I surfed my way over to Amazon and searched for the cheapest set of DVDs for the job. I just wanted enough disks to do a backup on a desktop and a laptop. And I wanted free shipping, and I wanted to spend as little as possible.
So, I chose this Maxell 15-Pack. And it worked great. I do have more DVDs than I needed for the two backups, but not that many and I’m sure I’ll find a use for them in the future.
No more warnings of dire consequences if I fail to backup. It’s done.
No big hit to my pocketbook: these DVDs were reasonably priced. Inexpensive but not cheap.
And they came to my door for free, which circumventing my procrastinating at going out to buy DVDs for backing up everything. If I had to venture forth to a brick and mortar store to buy these things, I’d still be growling at the warnings. Convenient.
I highly recommend them.
– Reba Kennedy
PS Have you backed up your computer yet ????? LOL
Needed to buy a blank DVD to make good on a promise that I made to my grandpa. The first one that I used worked and gave me no problems. I have read some reviews that said something about half of the blanks not working. I didn’t run into that problem. When comparing other options, I found this to be the best deal. I recommend.
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