Verbatim BD-R Blu-ray 25GB DataLifePlus 16x White Inkjet Hub Printable Discs (50-Pack Spindle)

BH #VEBDR6XIWH50 • MFR #97339
Verbatim BD-R Blu-ray 25GB DataLifePlus 16x White Inkjet Hub Printable Discs (50-Pack Spindle)
Key Features
  • 25GB
  • Up to 16x Write Speed
  • Over Two Hours of High-Definition Video
Verbatim BD-R Blu-ray 25GB DataLifePlus 16x White Inkjet Hub Printable Discs are single-sided, single-layer, write-once Blu-ray recordable discs. They enable recording and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. A single-layer disc can hold 25GB, which can be used to record over two hours of HDTV.
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Verbatim 97339 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2High-Definition
  • 3Hard Coat
  • 4Laser Technology
  • 5Capacity
  • 6Recordable
  • 7Compatibility
  • 8Warranty

Verbatim BD-R Blu-ray 25GB DataLifePlus 16x White Inkjet Hub Printable Discs are single-sided, single-layer, write-once Blu-ray recordable discs. They enable recording and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. A single-layer disc can hold 25GB, which can be used to record over two hours of HDTV.

 

It uses a blue-violet laser to read and write data while current optical disc technologies such as DVD use a red laser. The shorter wavelengths of the Blu-ray technology make it possible to record more data on the same space. These discs are safeguarded with a superhard coating, which protects against everyday wear and tear.

High-Definition
Blu-ray discs are designed especially to store large HD video and audio files. So, you'll use fewer discs when you're backing up, recording, or duplicating high-definition digital recordings, including your music library
Hard Coat
All Verbatim Blu-ray discs are treated with a superhard coating to prevent scratches, resist fingerprints, and reduce dust build-up
Laser Technology
Verbatim Blu-ray discs use blue-violet laser technology to read and write data. That means superb resolution, excellent contrast, vivid colors, and amazing sound
Capacity
The Verbatim single-layer Blu-ray disc offers up to 25GB of storage space to back-up your video, music, photos, and more
Recordable
This single-layer Blu-ray disc is designed for one-time recording and should be used with BD-R hardware
Compatibility
Verbatim Blu-ray discs are compatible with the latest Blu-ray hardware from leaders in the market like Sony, Pioneer, Panasonic, and LG
Warranty
All Verbatim Blu-ray discs are backed with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and a 40-year history of quality and reliability
UPC: 023942973393

Verbatim 97339 Specs

Media TypeBD-R
Maximum Write Speed16x
Media LayerSingle
Storage Capacity25 GB
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Quantity50
PackagingSpindle
Print TypeInkjet
Scratch ResistantYes
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.92 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 5.2 x 3.4"

Verbatim 97339 Reviews

Good Quality

By Surya
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-19

Great.

These Disc Have Impressed My Customers

By John H
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-21

I have purchased a lot of these. They print great, look great with my artwork and my customers love them.

Must have

By Paul
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-12

Must have for professional videographers printing to Blu-Ray disc.

Great Choice for BluRay Burning

By Al
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

I rarely make a coaster with this blank media pack.

Failed discs

By Michael
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-25

I've been using these discs for the past 4+ years. I usually see a few failures in each 50 pack. This time, about half have failed. Maybe I got a bad batch? Who knows, but it is frustrating.

Used as needed for projects

By Lawrence
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-16

These disks make for great HD & 4K videos.

I trust these too.

By Darlene
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-23

These have never failed me - use them for an extra layer of protection for project backups.

No failures yet

By Mike
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-04

I use these to burn Blu-ray Discs of dance recitals. I've used hundreds of them and have yet to have one that failed. I'm able to imprint easily the name of the recital with my printers. I burn the discs at 8X but it is good to know that I have the ability to burn discs at a much quicker pace if needed.

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Is the br-r inkjet printable a glossy finish or matt?
Asked by: guy
This would be a matt finish on the top.
Answered by: Darius
Date published: 2021-08-31

Can someone at B&H or Verbatim please confirm ...

Can someone at B&H or Verbatim please confirm whether these are in fact DataLifePlus as shown in the picture, even though this is not explicitly stated anywhere else on the page? Can you also confirm whether these are part number 97339Q, as stated in the description, or 97339 without a Q, as shown in the picture? Please explain the difference. Also, are these discs LTH or HTL? What type of dye do they use (organic, AZO, or something else)? Thank you in advance.
Asked by: James
The pack that I have is listed as "DataLifePlus." There is no "Q." I don't know the difference. Nor do I know if it's LTH or HTL or even if those designations apply to CDs or BDs. But most name brand disc makers use the better one. I believe that the designation (LTH or HTL) is usually listed if it's the less desirable one and is seldom listed if it's the higher quality one. The fact that it's DataLifePlus indicates it's the longer lived designation. Sorry I can't help you more.
Answered by: Roger
Date published: 2021-11-20

question

The picture shows these are DataLife Plus discs although that is not specified in the description. Can anyone verify this for me?
Asked by: Anonymous
I have purchased numerous quantities of these discs and yes they specify data life on the label. They have never failed in burning data or bluray movies. They are a small spindle giving you maximum print area around the hub. I highly recommend!
Answered by: Alan F.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Are these discs LTH or HTL?
Asked by: Anonymous
HTL is the original BluRay standard which use longer-lasting inorganic dyes. LTH is a later attempt to use a process similar to CD-R and DVD-R technology which uses an organic dye which is more sensitive to light and is not as long-lasting. As a result I always purchase HTL but it typically is more expensive. A key goal for the manufacturers, or at least as the hearsay goes, was that LTH allowed them to use existing CD-R and DVD-R production lines and thus reduced capital investments to get to BluRay production. By the way another interesting recent option are M-DISC which use inorganic processes as well but for DVD as well as BluRay but I don't have any direct experience with those disks yet.
Answered by: Eric B.
Date published: 2018-12-13

question

what is the print surface. 22 - 118mm?
Asked by: Anonymous
I use 25 and 116 as the limits for the print. This will leave about 1 mm border inner and outer.
Answered by: Tom V.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What is the difference between a BD+R and a BD-R?. thanks
Asked by: Moshe S.
I don't belive they make a BD+R. DVD+R yes. Either way, it does not matter much to the end user. If you want to know exactly what the plus-minus thing means I suggest doing a quick Google search.Happy Burning!
Answered by: Jakub H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I've burned data to verbatim with success but can I use verbatim BD-R Blu Ray 25GB for burning 2.5 hrs of data and can I use my PC (using Windows Movie Maker) to do so?
Asked by: Anonymous
With regards to 2.5 hours recording on these disc's, I have recorded in excess of 3 to 4 hours with no problems, however I'm using a different editing program, you'll just have to do a test run and possible sacrifice a disc.
Answered by: mel b.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What is the maximum time of video can be burn on those discs? Thank you in advance.
Asked by: Hugo
This is a single layer blu-ray disc. ALL 25 Gig. blu-ray discs will hold the same amount of video. This amount depends upon how many mega bits per second you feed it. Ten (10) mega bits per second will give you about 3 hrs. and 35 mins. AT BEST. This exact amount will vary according to the software and burner you use. 10 mega bits looks pretty good. 16 will look better but the math will tell you that it will take more space. There are 50 Gig. double layer discs available. Most video cameras will record 28 or more Mega bits /sec. To do better than 16, you will have to get software that will edit and produce this fine a video. Ask the experts at B&H for assistance. Walt C., retired sound recording engineer and video editor.
Answered by: Walt C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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