Digital Versatile Disc, or commonly and well-known called by many as DVD is a digital optical disc storage that is invented, developed and improved by Sony, Philips, Panasonic and Toshiba in 1995. DVD has the ability to store any types of digital data. It is also widely used for the software, as well as computer files and video programs that are watched using a DVD player. Moreover, it offers a higher storage capacity compared to the compact discs while…