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What does M-DISC mean?
Millennial Disc (M-DISC) is a write once optical disc technology available in DVD and Blu-ray forms. Normal DVD’s and Blu-ray disk uses an organic dye layer to store the data. Organic dyes start to degrade and fade as soon as they are written, leading to a condition sometimes called “data rot”. M-DISC uses an inorganic metal oxide layer to store the data, which should have very long term stability compared to the organic dyes found in normal DVD and Blu-ray disks.