What you Should Know About DVD Duplication

By: Roger King

DVD duplication lets you make high quality backup of your favorite DVD movies using your own DVD burner. You can backup your entire DVD movie - including menus, trailers and special features to a single DVD disc. DVD duplication refers to burned DVD's -- like the DVD burner that we've all seen on personal computers. Burned DVD's have playability issues in some older DVD players. DVD-R can be screen-printed, labeled and creatively packaged.

DVD Duplication is the copying of data from your master DVD onto recordable DVD's. Commonly referred to as backup or burning. While DVD's are extremely versatile mediums, it is important to note that a DVD-R holds up to 25 times more data than a CD-R.

DVD duplication can be done on anything from your personal computer to larger, custom burning professional equipment. Additionally, DVD's are able to backup multiple sound and subtitle tracks while also providing added protection against digital piracy. DVD-R stands for DVD Recordable and DVD-RW for DVD Re-Writeable.

DVD duplication is best for quantities of up to 100 DVD's. You can duplicate or backup your master disc onto high quality General Purpose DVD-R media. DVD technology is moving at a rapid pace. This new generation of optical discs offers the greatest storage capacity to date up to 4.7GB (DVD-5), 8.5GB (DVD-9) and 9.4GB (DVD-10).

DVD duplication has endless value for the professional or any DVD filmmaker. DVD is fast becoming the most popular form of digital media in use today. DVD-R delivers stunning video resolution and audio performance. The vast storage capacity for backup and fast access times available makes it ideal for multimedia presentations.

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