BD-RE


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BD-RE

(Blu-ray Disc-REwritable) A Blu-ray disc that can be rewritten many times. See Blu-ray.
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BD-ROM and BD-RE playback was demonstrated using CyberLink's industry-leading PowerDVD software and a Blu-ray Disc drive from Panasonic.
For further convenience, Philips introduces four robust and easy-to-use disc types: 25 and 50 GB versions of BD-R and BD-RE.
Philips' TripleWriter features a 2x (72 Mb/s continuous data-rate) read and write speed on BD-ROM, BD-R and BD-RE media.
Ulead BD Direct Disc Recorder captures content from HDV camcorders as well as DVB-T or ATSC HDTV tuners and records the content directly to a BD-R or BD-RE disc in the BDAV format via UDF2.
With its support of Blu-ray Disc technology, Nero 7 Ultra Edition now provides the ability to burn and back-up data to BD-RE and BD-R media, which enables users to store enormous amounts of data (25-50 GB) onto a single disc.
Our automated manufacturing equipment is in place and we have confirmed the feasibility of mass production of BD-R and BD-RE media," said Tim Clatterbuck, Verbatim Optical Storage Manager.
Starting in spring 2006, Panasonic plans to mass-produce four types of bare disc BDs: single-layer 25 GB and single-sided, dual-layer 50 GB BD-REs (rewritable) and BD-Rs (recordable), all at 2 x speed.