Excuse by non-technical explantion.
The use of self created/burned media can put extra strain on a reader compared to a factory pressed version. Data errors that can occur becasue of dye defiiencies an incompatible creating/burning hardware and software burning at to slow/fast speeds for example.
This strain,wear and tear is caused by laser re-reads caused by media errors. The device has to read several times to get useable data. You’ve probably experienced this at some point when you insert an unreadble disc in a dvdrom drive. The drive will practically stall the system in its attamp to read the data.
The right combination of hardware/software and media when creating discs will reduce the amount of /strain/wear/damage that will occur.
First and foremost, data integrity should be #1 priority.