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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by chris larralde, Oct 24, 2002.
I think I may have some on a number of my disks
It looks clouded in areas.
clouding doesn't mean anything, it's just a sign of how the glue cured. There is no such thing as DVD-rot, only defective discs that were improperly sealed. If the disc still plays fine, you're fine. Laser Rot was a common occurance with LDs for a variety of reasons, a big one being the size of the discs caused them to flex a great amount which would break the seal and allow oxygen in
Have you tried playing the discs to see if there are any problems of freezing or pixelation, especially after a layer change? I have read many threads that noted a problem similar to what you describe but the discs played fine.
It looks a very similar to Wonder Woman's airplane.
Seriously though, Jeff hit it right on the money. There may be glue related issued on earlier discs, but there's really been no clear cut case of dvd rot a la LDs.
Like I said, the cloudyness means nothing.