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Ron Shook
DVD-RAM Disk Access On a DVD-ROM Drive?
on Aug 22, 2005 at 3:53:47 pm

DVD Experts,

Does anyone know if typical DVD-ROM drives can access DVD Video recorded on a DVD-RAM disk or does it take something special?

The reason I ask is that I've just gotten a Panasonic DVD Recorder that will burn to DVD-RAM and DVD-R but not DVD-RW and I would like to be able to burn to a re-writable medium that'll allow me to demux and do simple authoring on non-critical projects without having to toss out a DVD-R to do it. It's not a huge thing, just wanta know.

Thanks for any light anyone can shed on this.

Ron Shook


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Borjis
Re: DVD-RAM Disk Access On a DVD-ROM Drive?
on Aug 22, 2005 at 4:08:56 pm



There are a few but not many that support DVD-RAM reading.

All Panasonic branded drives do (they are huge supporters of RAM)

The pioneer 109/a09 does.

If you do a check on the detailed specs on a website for any drive it will
tell you if it supports DVD-RAM or not.


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Ron Shook
Re: DVD-RAM Disk Access On a DVD-ROM Drive?
on Aug 22, 2005 at 4:30:41 pm

Borjis,

[Borjis] "The pioneer 109/a09 does"

Excellent! Thanks,

Ron Shook



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