Verbatim BD-R LTH media is manufactured with an organic dye that turns the disc's reflectivity during recording from "low to high". Other BD-R discs use the "high to low" recording method. Additionally, BD-R LTH is manufactured on converted CD-R/DVD-R production lines, which utilize a spin coating process and allow excess materials to be recycled. These two cost-cutting measures let us pass along the savings to you. Upon introduction of the BD-R LTH media, key hardware manufacturers like Sony, Pioneer, Panasonic and LG have worked to assure that their burners are fully compatible. If your BD burner is a 2009 model or later it will most likely support recording and playback of BD-R LTH media. If your Blu-ray hardware was manufactured before 2009, check with the manufacturer for firmware updates.
Low to High (LTH):
BD-R LTH is the same as all other Blu-ray media, except it's manufactured using a more efficient production process.
Blu-ray discs are designed especially to store large HD video and audio files. So, you'll use fewer discs when you're backing-up, recording or duplicating high definition digital recordings - including your music library.
All Verbatim Blu-ray discs are treated with a super hard coat to prevent scratches, resist fingerprints and reduce dust build-up.
Verbatim Blu-ray discs use blue-violet laser technology to read and write data. That means, superb resolution, excellent contrast, vivid colors and amazing sound.
The Verbatim single-layer Blu-ray disc offers up to 25GB of storage space to back-up your video, music, photos and more.
This single-layer Blu-ray disc is designed for one-time recording and should be used with BD-R hardware.