This may be kind of an esoteric question. Say you have a backup of a video, where both the original and backup are single-layer disks (so you didn't have to use compression--i.e. a 1:1 backup). For some reason the backup did not come out to very good quality, verified both by CD Speed Disk Quality, and simply viewing the movie: some freezing or skipping, etc.
Then say you rip and reburn from the backup--not the original-- onto a second disk. Does the low quality from the first backup get ripped and burned along w/it? Or, since the data is binary--ones and zeros--will the second rip pull all the digital data off the disk? And if the second burn produces a high quality disk, will the freezing and skipping be gone?