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Difference between DVD+/- R/RW


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I went to go buy some DVD R's and realized theres quite a selection to choose from..

Whats the difference between DVD+R and DVD-R ??

I'll mostly be using them to burn my edited videos...
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I'm using the new 20" iMac Superdrive.......
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I think that the superdrive can only take dvd - discs and not the +.
thats what apple told me.

good luck
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