Ever since the first sound recorders came into existence; there has been dispute over the ownership of the material being recorded – especially if it is being copied from an existing recording. The same thing applies if the copying is in video, graphic images, computer software, words and text; etc. If what is being copied was originally from you; you can do what you like with it (so long as you have not sold or otherwise disposed of your copyright).
Anyone with a computer these days will have heard of writing data to a disk (some people like to call this” burning”); but, printing data should only apply to sending it to a printer for a hard copy to be printed. So, what is meant by the phrase DVD printing?
Today, we take high capacity USB memory sticks, flash drives, thumb drives (or whatever name you personally use) for granted. However, their introduction was fraught with competing patent infringement claims since those claiming to have invented the device obviously saw its financial potential.