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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Is the br-r inkjet printable a glossy finish or matt?
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This would be a matt finish on the top.
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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

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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
yes.DataLife Plus have been proven the best for DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-DL, and BD-R, so I'm sure if you find them in BD-RE they're probably better than what anyone else has..Verbatim just uses better materials for these.
Answered by: MARCELO R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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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

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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

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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

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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

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What is the maximum time of video can be burn on those discs? Thank you in advance.
Asked by: Hugo
Frankly, the longest film I've used these BD's for is 17 minutes, but (using Toast) I used a small part of the total time available. Wish I could be more helpful. Very pleased with look of my short on this product.
Answered by: DAVIS H.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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