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  • It varies, depending on the type of DVD-R, and may increase as new standards are accepted. The current standard, as of late 2003, is 4.7 gigabytes.
  • More correctly would be to state that it can currently hold 4.7Billion bytes, or 4.38Gigabytes per layer, per side. Currently, most DVD-R's and +R's are single sided single layered. But there are some double sided media's on the market.
    • mushroom
      DVD DL stores 8.55GB. The effective capacity might vary slightly based on the type of format: single session, multi session and so forth.
  • probably a lot

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