DVD Storage Capacities

DVD or digital versatile disc is a type of optical disc storage and it came after CD’s by the end of 1995. DVDs have single and double-sided versions, and for example, a double-sided, double-layer DVD can hold 17.08 GB of data. That means 17080 MB in decimal and 17489.92 MB in binary bases.

On the other hand, a standard single-sided, single-layer DVDs can store 4.7 GB of data which is equal to 4.812,8 MB in binary base system.


4.7 GB (single-sided, single-layer)= 4.377216101 GiB

8.5 GB (single-sided, double-layer)= 7.916241884 GiB

9.4 GB (double-sided, single-layer)= 8.754432201 GiB

17.08 GB (double-sided, double-layer)= 15.906989574 GiB


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