If you want to make less than 500 copies of a DVD or CD project,
duplication is the most cost effective method. DVD
Duplication is usually referred to as “burning”, which is the process
of copying the contents of a single CD or DVD to a different
disc by means of a drive with write capabilities. The quality
of the data burnt will be always be inferior to the replication
process and it is well known that there can be compatibility
issues in different players.
The DVD duplication process is generally used for runs of
less than 500 discs. Many companies burn their information
from hard drive to disc using in-house towers, which can consist
of many other drives. These discs are all burnt from an image
file on a hard disk which preserves the quality of the unique
source files, then software organises the complete operation.
Some towers even comprise robotic arms and disc magazines
that can hold 25, 50 or 100 discs so that the entire burning
process can be left unattended.
If you need more than 500 discs per title or a better quality
result, it makes sense to outsource your bulk DVD duplication
job to a commercial
disk replication business. Earth First
Infotec Ltd offers Commercial
DVD replication that has proven itself dependable time
after time, and is far more cost efficient than short run
DVD duplication many times over.
You can get more information on how to go about ordering
from us by clicking here
We deliver CDs & DVDs New Zealand wide. Including all main centres Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton etc. Rural delivery may incur extra freight.