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Do dvd's go bad?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by jra111, Dec 5, 2002.

  1. jra111

    jra111 Member

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    I was on the MyDVD site in the forums asking that once I make a DVD could I just delete the Mpeg2's I made it with because I could just make a copy ? One of the moderators said to hang on to the Mpeg2's incase the dvd I made became unreadable. Would it stop working or incase it gets scratched?
     
  2. HomerJ

    HomerJ Moderator Staff Member

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    There is some debate going on at the moment about this topic. I can't see it being very practical in keeping all your mpeg files, on your hard disc. They take up quite a bit of space.

    I know, why don't you burn them to a DVD, Oh, that's what we're talking about isn't it Doh !!

    Best advise is, use the best media you can afford, and..... only time will tell.

    HomerJ
     

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