While the borrower admitted to having lost the disc, he refused to pay the
replacement charge because he assumed the colorful disc indicated that we
had loaned to him a copy we burned for the loan.
(Eventually he paid for the replacement)
-- deg farrelly, Associate Librarian Arizona State University at the West Campus PO Box 37100 Phoenix, Arizona 85069-7100 Phone: 602.543.8522 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> From: Randy Pitman <email@example.com> > Subject: Re: [Videolib] DVD disc colors? > > Hi Barbara, > > DVD+R and DVD-R discs can have a purplish-blue tinge to them (or greenish, > or clear). These can be created individually using a computer; it does not, > however, mean that the DVD in question is a "bootleg" (although if you are > talking about a major theatrical release or any studio title then I would > say that it almost certainly is). But many smaller producers are now > releasing titles on DVD+R and DVD-R, and these are perfectly legit. > > Best,
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