Opposite Track Path
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What does OTP mean?
Opposite Track Path (OTP) is a term in the field of optical storage media, refers to a procedure that allows the optical reader to switch fast from layer 0 to layer 1 without a seek across the entire disc(double layer). In OTP, layer 0 in the optical disk is written in a spiral track starting at the inside of the disc, whereas the layer 1 spiral starts at the outside of the disc so that the disk player need to rotate the disc only in one direction.