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I have been combing through my collection and sometimes come across what look like nicks/cracks on the edge of a disc.

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This seems to occur more in digipacks.

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Anyone?

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no, they came that way from the factory.

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I've a few discs, where the outer edge isn't smooth, but can't recall any cracks.
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Most of my bd rentals come that way.

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"They look nice in those slips."
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Think it'll lead to rot?

The nicks don't penetrate and are only on the outer edge.

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Might be a good idea to exchange them or make backups, just in case.
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The discs are between 2 and 4 years old, my guess is they would have rotted by now.

I think I'm fine.

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I've decided that the nicks I found on some of my Blu Ray Discs will never lead to rot.
BRDs and DVDs are very different in composition. BRDs are two super thin alloy discs stuck on a plastic disc.
They aren't alloy sandwiched between two plastic discs like DVDs are.

So, a nick on the side of the discs rim will never lead to anything.

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