CDs sometimes referred to as Compact discs, are an example of digital data storage. Usually, the data stored in a CD can be audio, computer information, or video. When you insert the CD into a DVD, and it starts playing, it means that the data stored on it is being read by a focused tiny light source, also known as a laser. This article will tell you more about how CDs are made.
Most people make the mistake of thinking duplication and replication of your CD or DVD are one and the same. But these are two different processes. Here’s a look at what each one entails to give you a better idea about which method works best for your project.