A DVD DDP is used to write a DVD image on a hard disk/data disc, and is a standard delivery format for DVD replication. DVDs may be delivered in 1 or more layers (typically 1 or 2 layers). Valid DDP DVDs should contain in Layer 0 a DDPID, a CONTROL.DAT, and a MAIN.DAT files. If there’s an additional layer (layer 1), it should contain a DDPID, and a MAIN.DAT file. Layer 1 may or may not have the optional CONTROL.DAT lead in file.
BDCMF (sometimes referred to as Sony CMF) is used to write a BluRay image on a hard disc/data disc, and is the standard delivery format for BluRay replication. BDCMF masters can be single-layer or dual-layer, and AACS copy protection is optional. AOMA currently accepts BDCMF BluRay masters which may include the following files: