DVD is also known as Digital Versatile Disc. It is an optical disc storage media format that can be used for data storage, including movies with high video and sound quality. DVDRs have gained immense popularity over the traditional use of CD s and CDRs. People have resorted to DVDRs to watch movies, listen to music, play games, store information, etc.
The DVDR is known to store information up to 4.5 GB, which is the equivalent of 5 CDs. This feature of DVDRs has made it a huge success in the US and across the world. The DVDR format has a few advantages when used in a computer. DVDRs are made from a 0.6 mm thick disc of polycarbonate plastic, coated with a much thinner reflective layer of aluminium or gold.