Replication - Overview
The mastering of a DVD is comparable to that of a CD. However, it is possible to store 7 to 25 times more data on a DVD than on a CD of the same diameter. A single-sided, single layer disc can store approximately 4.7 gigabytes, known as DVD-5. By bonding 2 layers of data together, it becomes possible to store about 9 gigabytes of data, known as DVD-9. Double-sided discs can also be created (known as DVD-10).
A unique system of audio, video, and computer files
Up to 8 times faster than a standard compact disc Variable data read-out, guaranteeing permanent optimal quality High-performance adapted to continued and interactive reading
High-resolution video and high-performance audio for multimedia and video