The Basics of the CD DVD Replication Process

By: Rachel

In order to copy or write information on a CD or a DVD a computerized and automated process is used. This process is quite simple and makes use of a laser lens to save information electronically the process is called replication or CD DVD replication.
The CD DVD replication process is a specialized process which involves rather expensive and fully automated equipment. The CD DVD replication process is defined as a process of mass reproduction of different media like data discs, music discs and videodiscs. The basic idea behind the CD DVD replication process is that the information form one CD or DVD is copied onto other blank CDs or DVDs with the help of a copying medium.

There are many people who think that the CD and DVD duplication process is similar to the CD DVD replication process but they are in fact two very different and separate functions.

The CD DVD replication process is a standardized procedure that is carried on mostly in factories, because this lowers the cost of production. The CD DVD replication process makes use of a glass master that is used to make a "stamper" in order to mold the information on a CD or DVD foil. The discs are then lacquered, tested and sent for packaging. The packaging of the final product is done as per the buyer's requirements. The buyer can ask for his disc to be packed simply or to be put in a jewel case. Packaging safeguards the life of a CD and DVD by protecting it from heat dust and direct sunlight.
Using the CD DVD replication will prove to be fairly cost effective if you order between one thousand to two thousand pieces. Up till lately the companies that offer CD DVD replication services would only take bulk orders but now they've begun to work for small organization that require only fifty to a hundred of CDs or DVDs replicated.

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