Different DVDs used in the DVD duplication process

A DVD may have the same dimensions as a CD and may look very similar to a CD, but they have six times more space. DVDs are used to store everything from music, to videos and audio recordings. Many industries use DVDs to sell their products all over the world. They use the process of DVD duplication to produce copies of a particular DVD.

Various DVD terms and their meaning
There are various terms used that describe the way the data is stored on these discs, such as DVD-ROMs that only store data that can be read and cannot be written. Then there is DVD-R and DVD +R, these terms are used to denote a DVD that can be written only once and then can only be used as a DVD-ROM. There are more terms such as DVD-RW, DVD +RW and DVD-RAM – these terms denote that the DVDs can be written and read and the information on the disc can be erased and be written onto many times. There are also DVD audio and DVD video discs that are meant specifically for audio or video purposes only.

The different types of DVDs
DVDs are of three types, depending on the amount of space that is available on the disc. These are 4.7GB DVDs, 8GB DVDs and 16GB DVDs. These DVDs have a lot of space and can store a lot data. DVDs which store videos are also known as data DVDs.

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