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DVD Replication Process
DVD Replication provides a long-term solution to store higher volumes of data than a CD. DVD Replication is the industry standard procedure for manufacturing DVDs. DVD Duplication uses enhanced DVD-R media and "burns" the data to a heat-sensitive surface, whereas DVD Replication actually "presses" the audio onto an aluminum and plastic disc, creating physical pits in the surface. This is then covered in a clear plastic layer, to stop the pits collecting dirt and dust. The disc life of a replicated copy is much longer and sturdier than a duplicated disc's.
Two Main DVD Options DVD-5 and DVD-9
Uses of DVD Replication
The process is ideal for orders of 1000 units or more. The reason for this is that while the setup cost of producing a glass master and formatting the machines for your job is high, the cost of producing each unit is very low. When you are producing 1000 DVDs or more, replication is a cheaper alternative.
Replication Pricing (Per Disc)
USB/SD/CF to DVD Backup Tower
M- DISC Support CD DVD Duplicators
LightScribe CD DVD Duplicators
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