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Discussion in 'Mac Help/Tips' started by c2kvette, Jun 4, 2003.
Whats the difference between these?
I believe there's another thread out that contains the answer to your question, but I'll give it a shot.
They are two competing formats that accomplish pretty much the same things.
The DVD Forum http://www.dvdforum.org/ is the standard maker for the DVD-R, DVD-RW, and DVD-RAM discs. I believe that standard is a little older than the DVD+R format. The DVD Forum is comprised of 212 companies including AOL-Time Warner, Sony, Apple, Toshiba, Nikon, NEC, Motorola, Iomega, and IBM.
The DVD+RW Alliance http://www.dvdrw.com/ is the standard bearer for the DVD+R and DVD+RW standards. The DVD+Alliance has 50+ members including Microsoft, Dell, HP, Philips Electronics, Sony, and Yamaha.
According to the DVD+RW Alliance,
Hope that helps.