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DVD SizesThe most common DVD type is DVD-5 (1 side, 1 layer) having 4.7GB of storage. Double-sided DVDs are rarely used.

DVD-5 4.70GB Single sided, Single layer

DVD-9 8.54GB Single sided, Dual layer

DVD-10 9.40GB Double sided, Single layers

DVD-14 13.24GB Double sided, One side single layer, one side dual layer

DVD-18 17.08GB Double sided, Dual layer

When making a DVD, you can put 4,35 GByte of .vob material on it.

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The capacity of a DVD varies depending on the type of DVD. The most popular used type of DVD is the DVD-5. This contains 1 layer of information on one side only. The storage capacity on this type is 4.7GB.

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As technology improves, so does the storage capacity of storage devices. The capacity of DVD is greater than CD and the capacity of blu-ray exceeds both. The lasers used in blu-ray devices and the material on the disk allow for more densely-packed storage.

The maximum rated capacity of a common DVD is 4.7 gigabytes. By comparison, a Compact Disc can only hold about 650 megabytes of data.

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That depends on whether the DVD is single-layer, dual-layer, single-sided, double-sided, +R, -R, A DVD-5 (SL) disc can accommodate roughly 4.37 GB. Specifically, a DVD-R SL has capacity for 4.384 GB while a DVD+R SL has capacity for 4.378 GB. A DVD-9 (DL) disc can accommodate roughly 7.95 GB. Specifically a DVD-R DL has capacity for 7.957 GB while a DVD+R DL has capacity for 7.961. The double sided (DS) versions roughly double the overall capacity.

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