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Lesson 9. Creating a DVD > Understanding DVDs

Understanding DVDs

DVD stands for Digital Video Disc and is an optical disc storage medium similar to a Compact Disc but capable of storing much more data. For example, a CD stores about 650 megabytes of data. A DVD stores up to 4.7 Gigabytes of data. DVD is actually a generic term which encompasses a few different formats. The format you will be working with in Premiere Elements is commonly referred to as DVD-Video. This is the same format of DVD that you can purchase or rent and then play on a DVD player for your television set or on a computer fitted with the appropriate drive.


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