Based on skimming the below resources it does sound plausible that one could determine what files where burned to a CD/DVD.
In short, using a query (see below) you can obtain the CD/DVD burning service starting, running for several minutes, and shutting down. The usefulness of this information can be correlated with other kinds of artifacts, based on time stamps. Through testing of the burning process and close examination of the artifacts from the master file table, use those markers that have been found (associated with copying or “burning” files to CD or DVD) and compare it with data pulled from the query.
(note: I previously released this answer but only with reference pointing to info. I have updated my response with an answer but also including the references this was derived from for ones further research).
Query (excerpt from resource #1):
To obtain only the time and message for all non-duplicate
events during a two-week period beginning 3/1/2006, the fol-
lowing query might be used:
LogParser "SELECT DISTINCT TimeGenerated, Message INTO 2006-03-01to03-15.tsv FROM goodlogs/*.evt WHERE TimeGenerated > '2006-03-01 00:00:00’ AND TimeGenerated < ‘2006-03-15 00:00:00’ ORDER BY TimeGenerated"
To get all messages during this period showing operation of
the CD burning service, the following might be used:
LogParser ‘‘SELECT DISTINCT TimeGenerated, Message INTO 2006-03-01to03-15.tsv FROM goodlogs/*.evt WHERE TimeGenerated > ‘2006-03-01 00:00:00’ AND TimeGenerated < ‘2006-03-15 00:00:00’ AND Message LIKE ‘%CD-Burning%’ ORDER BY TimeGenerated"