The type of recordable DVD you should use depends on your DVD burner, as well as on your DVD player. Certain DVD burners can only burn to certain types of recordable DVDs. For example, with some DVD burners, you can only record to DVD+R or DVD+RW discs or to DVD-R or DVD-RW discs, while other DVD burners will let you burn to all of these recordable DVD types.
As long as your DVD burner supports burning to these types of discs, you can use Windows DVD Maker to burn a DVD using one of the following types of recordable or re-recordable DVD media:
DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, and DVD-ROM.
These recordable or re-recordable DVDs can be either
single sided single layered or single sided dual layered.
You should also consider the device you'll use to play the DVD once you've burned it, if possible. Some DVD players and DVD-ROM drives play only certain kinds of DVDs. To determine what types of DVDs your DVD player or DVD-ROM drive can play, check the documentation that came with your device or go to the manufacturer's website.