Disc-at-Once

Definitions

Electronics

  • A method of writing to an optical disk, such as a DVD or CD, in which all data is transferred continuously without interruptions. This contrasts, for instance, with session-at-Once, where there are multiple recording sessions. This also contrasts with Track-at-Once, where each track is recorded independently. Also spelled Disk-at-Once.
  • synonymDisk-at-Once
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