I want to produce many playable DVDs using a few burners (setting up a computer lab with each computer having an image of the same)
I have close to no budget for this and am curious if a standard CD (the kind that have around 700mb) can be formatted as a DVD, and then played in standard DVD players?
Obviously it would have to be a short and or low bitrate encoded video.
But will this work?
(This is based on the idea that bulk CDs being an older technology can be obtained in bulk for less money than the same of DVD-5s)