My 1TB hard drive is reaching its maximum capacity and contains lots of movies and TV series. So I was thinking of moving those movies and TV series into several discs (as little as possible, but provided it's economical). So what kind of disc can I use as an alternative of my hard drive?
Data to be transferred must be exchangeable between the hard drive and the disc multiple times
Storage: the larger the better (because I want to keep the whole season in a disc, folder size might be as big as 20GB approximately)
Probably an easier and cheaper solution is to buy an USB external drive caddy (Around £15 for a USB3 one) and fit it with a hard drive (cost depends on capacity. Maybe £60 in all. Much cheaper than a NAS and much easier to set up.
By discs do you mean cd's? As far as I can tell that is what you are implying. I'm confused as to how moving it to a 'disc' is any different to having it on a usb drive. A usb drive requires far less effort and with a 2tb usb drive you can have it all in one place, also you can't scratch a usb drive and corrupt the media.