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What is the difference between a DVD recorder and a DVD burner?

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2009-04-21 11:09:29
2009-04-21 11:09:29

Hi, DVD Recorder records from Tv, other movies music etc...With DVD Burner you can actually make a DVD (like copy a movie or music )(You will need blank disc to do it)Hope this helps you Yes, that't right, a DVD burner can be a burner or a burning software which can help you to convert and burn movies and video files to DVDs so you could play them on DVD player.

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