have become a widely used medium in the transfer
of data. Our duplicating system gives us flexibility
in the types of data that may be transferred to
CD-R, CD-A and CD-X are all viable formats for
this system. Information and programs stored on
floppy or zip disks may also be burned onto a
CD. After the disks are completed, titles, logos,
or other information may be printed directly on
the CD via a Rimage thermal printer produced
specifically for this application.
If you are looking to put your video onto a CD,
we offer video encoding to MPEG-1.
Specifications: MPEG-1 video is full screen, NTSC/VHS
resolution (352 x 240), 30 frames per second.
MPEG is non-linear digital video. The audio portion
of MPEG-1 is stereo CD quality. When played on
a normal computer (one without a special decoding
video card), the MPEG video will play in a window
that is 352 by 240 pixels, since that widow size
represents a full screen to a standard video card.
are video cards with special MPEG decoders onboard
which easily play full screen MPEG1 on a high
resolution computer monitor. Since MPEG is native
to all computers, merely activating an MPEG file
will invoke the system's player and begin playing
the video file.
MPEG Video: MPEG files can be played directly
from a CD, or downloaded from a Web site.
Quality: Good quality MPEG-1 video compares
well to VHS video. But, in order to get good quality
MPEG-1 you must use high quality encoders.
70 minutes of video can be recorded to a CD, we
recommend a maximum of 45 min on each CD for optimum