Blu-ray media gives users a wide range of recording options, and is ideal for archiving large HD video and audio files. Verbatim’s Blu-ray media formats include BD-R, BD-R LTH, BD-R DL, BD-R XL and BD-RE.
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Like Blu-Ray Recordable (BD-R) discs, Blu-Ray Dual Layer (BD-R DL) discs are designed to store large HD video and audio files. Using blue-violet laser technology, BD-R DL discs can handle up to 1080p resolution and multiple audio formats. The difference between BD-R and BD-R DL, lies in the storage capacity and construction of the discs. BD-R DL discs are dual layer discs, providing 50GB of data, audio or video storage – twice that of single-layer BD-R’s.

Can I record over video/audio stored on a BD-R DL disc?
No. BD-R DL discs are dual layer Blu-Ray discs designed for one-time recording.
Do BD-R DL discs require a special Blu-Ray recorder?
No. BD-R DL discs are compatible with standard BD-R hardware and recorders. 
Why choose Verbatim Blu-Ray media?
All Verbatim Blu-Ray recordable discs feature Hard Coat™ to protect against scratches, fingerprints and dust build-up, reducing recording or playback errors. In addition, Verbatim Blu-Ray recordable discs are compatible with the latest Blu-Ray hardware like Sony, Pioneer, Panasonic and LG. All Verbatim Blu-Ray recordable discs are backed with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and a 40-year history of quality and reliability.
Want to customize your BD-R DL using an inkjet printer?

Verbatim offers White Inkjet Blu-Ray double layer discs for use with your inkjet printer. These discs allow for high-quality, edge-to-edge printing directly to the disc. Our White Inkjet BD-R DL discs are qualified for use with all inkjet disc printers.

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