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DVD is a standardized optical media format for the encoding and playback of digital video and audio. The DVD format relies on the UDF filesystem, a uniform directory structure, MPEG-2 video encoding, various forms of audio encoding, and various other standards, maintained by ISO, the Optical Storage Technology Association and the DVD Forum. Due to the degradation of organic materials in the discs, the frequency of read errors, and the lack of physical fragility of optical media, DVD should not be used a preservation storage media (especially Write-Once and Rewritable DVDs). The majority of the following resources focus on how to move media off of DVDs, due to this lack of stability.

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