|Posted - Jan 7 2019 : 12:21AM|
I collect adult DVDs. Recently I've read about the phenomenon of disc rot. I take great care of my collection, but the thought of losing it all to disc rot honestly scares me. Is this something to worry about? If I take care of my discs, will they outlive me? To those hardcore collectors, have you lost any old DVDs to disc rot?
Edited by - deathius on Jan 7 2019
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|Posted - Jan 7 2019 : 2:26AM|
I lost a mainstream DVD to disc rot about 2 or 3 years ago and I bought that DVD back in 2000 or so.
|Posted - Jan 7 2019 : 3:26PM|
Is disc rot wide spread though? Will it happen to your entire collection during your lifetime? Or will it only happen to a few poorly made DVDs?
|Posted - Jan 8 2019 : 3:03AM|
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|Posted - Jan 18 2019 : 8:27AM|
Those CD cases that are like old LP gatefold covers, where the disk slides inside the cover. On one i have, part of the all cardboard cover has stuck to the disc. (Yes, i think i have been leaving it in sunlight.)
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|Posted - Mar 15 2019 : 10:58PM|
I store my discs in its case, upright like a book, on shelves, and away from direct sunlight. Fortunately, for me, I've set up my collection in the basement which helps tremendously because basements are usually cool, dry and away from direct sunlight.
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