How CDs are made

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+18 1. sardaliuma commented 11 years ago

please update this video to a pen drive 8-)
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+11 2. zamuraii commented 11 years ago

I have actually wondered about this many times! Now i know! Wooohooo!
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+30 3. lockandload commented 11 years ago

excellent video, these 'how its made' videos never fail to impress me :)
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+5 4. Dazzz69 commented 11 years ago

2:33 Snigger Snigger, fnark fnark..... >:)
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+7 5. Oddi commented 11 years ago

Aha...! so thats why my original cds last 5-10 more years than those i wrote with my pc..always suspected that real cds behold greater power (and even better rainbow colors) O:) O:)
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+10 6. Nifen commented 11 years ago

I wonder how a dual layer dvd is made.
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+12 7. bugattiboy253 commented 11 years ago

damn how did anyone invent this ? :O
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+6 8. modder8her commented 11 years ago

Grammar check on title: *CDs
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+2 9. Teqskater commented 11 years ago

AH!!! I Knew the process must be going in the way it's shown. I always wondered. First i tought there would be 100's of burners burning the data on the discs but it isnt. It's molded right? I just got it confirmed right now. Thanks snotr for taking away this litle bit of uncertainty!
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+2 10. dredawg commented 11 years ago

Wow I wonder how 8 tracks and phonograph records are made now.
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+3 11. deniedhost commented 11 years ago

i love this program ... it´s very interesting...
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+15 12. 95731 commented 11 years ago

huh...i thought this is how discs were made http://www.snotr.com/video/5768
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0 13. polishdemon commented 11 years ago

Yeah, that's all great, but I wanna learn about modern technology, like the VHS, or even better, the Betamax.
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+4 14. Thanny commented 11 years ago

Dual-layer pressed DVD's are made in much the same way, though there are two molded layers stuck together. The coating on the bottom-most layer is semi-transparent so that adjusting the laser focus allows signal from the top-most layer to be read.
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+5 15. cranky commented 11 years ago

Is this Ross from Friends narrating?
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-3 16. joverke commented 11 years ago

Damn, im pretty sure its cheaper to produce if you just buy 100 cd burners...
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+4 17. wts commented 11 years ago

#8 Thank you, changed.
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+2 18. wongraven commented 11 years ago

Glass Master Disc :)
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-3 19. NotFirst commented 11 years ago

All that's in my computer when I burn a disc?? Wow...I would never have guessed
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+2 20. minester commented 11 years ago

a job only machines can do.... I wouldn't want finger prints on every other CD I bought
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+1 21. medicino commented 11 years ago

Our grandsons probably will laugh at the fact that we used this physical media for storing music, movies and games.
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+1 22. Premtm commented 10 years ago

Very informative. Thank you Snotr for uploading this vid..... :)