can duplicate your DVD's and print
directly in Full Color.
We utilize state-of-the-art, automated robotic
equipment for crystal clear images. Perfect copies
has become the format of choice lately. It is
cutting edge, very portable, and can be highly
interactive. Everything from sales presentations
and training programs to home movies can be distributed
in high quality video. If
your video is currently on tape, we can encode
it directly to a DVD-Video compliant disc which
will play on the majority of set-top players and
computer based drives currently in use. If your
program is already on DVD, you may rest assured
that each copy we make will be just as spectacular
as your original. Larger orders or projects that
require special handling can be sent out to a
replication plant where a glass master will be
made and the discs will be manufactured.Two of
the most important advantages we have are the
ability to print directly onto the disc face and
our commitment to turning projects around quickly.
We do not use ink jet technology or paper labels
for either of our printing options, black only
or full color. Your image is transferred thermally
to the disc face for a clean, professional appearance.
Most projects, depending on their size and scope,
can be delivered in 2-5 working days. We even
have the option to make partial deliveries if
that suits your needs.
The term "disc duplication" refers
to the process of burning data, music or video
onto pre-manufactured optical media. We can use
your authored DVD as a master copy or encode your
video tape to disc in our control room and then
make copies from the resulting DVD.After duplicating
the discs, they move into the printing process.
We use thermal technology to achieve a high quality,
professional look on the discs. Our black only
print works very well for labels comprised of
text and/or line art logos. The full color option
returns beautiful images which rival magazine
quality printing. Thermal printing is used for
both the black and color options. The image is
transferred directly onto the disc face via a
heated print head. We do not use ink jet printers
or paper labels.One issue that remains when discussing
DVD-R media is compatibility with some set-top
players and DVD-ROM drives. Although the compatibility
rate is very high, 93-95% according to the industry,
it may be possible for a perfectly good disc not
to play. The problem is normally seen in older
machines that were manufactured before DVD-Recordable
discs hit the market.
replication" refers to the manufacturing
process a disc undergoes at a replication plant.
This process includes creating a glass master,
and pressing the information into the disc as
it is created. This is the manner in which most
commercially reproduced DVD's are made.
Encoding We can encode your video to DVD format
from numerous different formats. Our encoding
service is performed in real time...