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DVD Replication January Latest Offers

Sunday, January 19th, 2014

During January we are offering some unbeatable prices on our DVD replication packages of 500 and above units. Our replicated DVD’s are glass mastered, factory pressed with a choice of full colour CMYK offset litho print or spot colour pantone screenprint. When looking for the highest possible quality of disc this manufacturing method is preferable over our short run duplication services.

Best price offer for January is on bulk supply discs, 500 at £329+vat and 1000 at just £349+vat. The finished DVD’s are supplied as shrinkwrap spindles ready for your own in-house packaging methods. If you are looking for supply of DVD in basic low cost packaging we have the option of clear plastic wallets or clear clam shells. Both of these options enable the disc print to be visible through the clear packaging and therefore no need for any further printed paper parts.

If you prefer an all inclusive packaging and print option then our full colour printed card wallets are ideal. The replicated DVD is packed into a 5″ square cardboard sleeve that is printed CMYK offset litho. There is even an option to then overwrap the wallet, making it suitable for retail or a great corporate promotional DVD.

Examples of our DVD in printed Card Wallet:

DVD-CARD-WALLET

Low Cost UK DVD Replication Deals

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

If you are a company seeking the mass copying of DVD video or data then check out our low cost UK DVD replication deals. Testa-Rossa can provide low cost pressing of DVD from as little as £365. Products that can be supplied include the simple bulk DVD on spindles or a range of card and plastic case packaging.

Despite the term “Low Cost” all DVD replication is of the highest retail specification. The replicated discs are pressed rather than burnt to give the best finished product available on the market. DVD’s come with direct to disc print with a choice of CMYK offset litho or up to 5 spot colour screenprint. Spot colour screenprint is great for block colours whereas offset litho gives a better finish for full colour photograph images.

Packaging for DVD starts with the simple paper or plastic sleeve, great for free giveaways, product manuals etc. For more durable packaging the clear clamshell is a great modern looking option that does not require any extra paper or card print. For orders that require paper or card printing the simplest and cheapest product is a printed wallet made from cardboard. For customers seeking a fully retail packaging solution the Amaray DVD case with a full colour inlay is still the Daddy!

DVD Replication And Packaging

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

DVD replication and packaging is a service offered by Testa-Rossa to fulfill customers requirements for DVD video manufacture. Our replication process involves taking a DDP fileset of the supplied physical master and then from this set of files a glass master is carefully created.

Once a glass master has been successfully created it is then used to manufacture metal stampers. Subsequently the final metal stamper is used on the production line to press the DVD discs. This method of pressing discs is why the factory is usually referred to as a pressing plant.

As the discs are created on the DVD replication lines they can then be automatically packed into the standard Amaray case style DVD packaging. Usually prior to the pressing stage, artwork for a DVD inlay will have been provided to the plants printers and litho printed inlays will have been produced and finished ready to add to the cases on the production line.

It is common that the automated packing of DVD disc and printed inlays into the case all happens on the same auto pack production line within the plant. Most production lines also have the capability to add booklets to the cases or even additional stickers such as the hologram stickers often seen on DVD releases. Finally the cellophane overwrap is applied over the DVD case before the final product is boxed for despatch.

Disc Replication For Media Companies.

Monday, October 17th, 2011

All media companies and business’s will require either the replication of CD or DVD discs at some point. Most media companies have the facilities to create masters on a CD-R or DVD-R but very few have in-house facilities to copy these masters by way of duplication or replication.

Most media companies will therefore seek the professional services of a disc duplicator, broker or pressing plant. If the number of copies is relatively low, less than 400 discs, then a local duplicator can usually be sourced. However if the amount of discs exceeds 400 then a replication broker or pressing plant is usually the way forward.

Companies requiring regular large volumes of disc replication will usually have a direct business relationship with a pressing plant. For companies that only require glass mastering and disc pressing a few times a year a broker is usually more preferable. CD and DVD brokers usually have trade accounts with many worldwide pressing plants enabling them to source the best prices and leadtimes for their customers.

Some pressing plants specialise more in CD than DVD or vice versa. This results in quite a large variation in pricing and turnaround times. The broker can use their knowledge of the business to act on behalf of its media company customer to obtain the best possible manufacturing deals. In most cases this actually results in lower costs to the customer than dealing direct with a pressing plant.

DVD Replication Of Video And Film

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

These days the most popular form of video distribution involves the process of DVD replication. The DVD or Digital Versatile Disc has been around for over 15 years now and has become the biggest selling format for video and film releases. The DVD format has killed off the old VHS video tape with virtually no commercial film releases now being available on VHS.

The replication of video or film firstly relies on the production of an error free DVD-R master. Exabyte masters can still be accepted by some plants but the predominate master format is now DVD-R. The master disc is used to create a special set of files known as a DDP fileset. The DDP fileset is then used to create a DVD glass master using lasers and sputtering. This glass master can then be used to create positive and negatives and a final stamper used to press the discs.

Pressing the DVD discs involves the stampers and a “sandwich” of polycarbonate with a thin layer of nickel or silver. The video information is pressed into one layer of the polycarbonate by a series of pits, each pit relates to a bit of digital data. The layer of silver is to reflect the lasers of DVD players, basically the laser shines through the polycarbonate and reflects off the silver layer and back into the DVD player. Digital data is “read” by the laser and values dependant on the depth of the pit pressed into the disc.

DVD replication produces a very reliable and durable disc, unlike the old VHS format it is very hard to damage a disc or for it to become jammed up inside the player. I’m sure we have all experienced our VHS player chewing up the tape of our favourite film! Fortunately with the advent of DVD this is one issue that has been overcome.

The importance and the process of CD or DVD replication

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

CD replication or DVD replication and CD duplication or DVD duplication helps people to create multiple copies of a single CD or DVD. A lot of companies and industries use replication and duplication as a way of creating multiple copies of their work. This is so that they can distribute it to clients of other companies. You can also use this method to back up important information stored inside your computer.

The process of CD and DVD replication
Thousands of copies can be made from a single original CD or DVD. There are many differences in the process of duplication and replication. In replication a CD or DVD master is created and all the subsequent CDs or DVDs are created individually and originate from this. In duplication the CD or DVD is copied to a blank disk using a writer or burner.

The companies that replicate CDs and DVDs
Many industries such as the music and the movie industry outsource their duplication and replication needs to companies that do this for them. It is important to check whether you have the copyrights for the material that is about to be copied and many duplication companies will also check this which is important to stop piracy.

CD and DVD duplication for big businesses

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

CD and DVD duplication is a simple process which is easy to pick up if you do not have any prior knowledge. In fact all you need for CD duplication is CD burning software, a CD/DVD writer and a personal computer. You can burn a number of CDs on a single CD burner, one after each other, depending on the equipment that you have, and is suitable where you intend to share information with just a few people.

CD duplication is a professional’s answer

Businesses would never choose to burn CDs in large quantities, it would be impractical. They would simply outsource this job to a service that provides the required number of copies without compromising on quality of the data and in time for the presentation.

Professionals and corporates alike rely today on professional CD and DVD duplication services which are used for presentations, parties, public distribution and also as marketing communication tools. Colleges, schools and all kinds of organisations use the services of such CD duplication studios which can deliver on the job effectively.

So if you have to distribute CDs and DVDs as free samples at an expo or even for personal use like a family function that requires you to distribute CDs and DVDs in large quantities, the answer is fairly simple. CD duplication services and studios which can easily be found on the internet today will help you burn the various CDs and DVDs.

Getting professional quality DVDs at reasonable rates

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

Anyone trying to establish a name in the entertainment industry would obviously need to show production houses a sample of their work before they are signed up. This is usually required when it comes to film makers and musicians. While musicians may have the option of live performances, film makers do not. So it is necessary for film makers to have a good quality copy of their work.

Professionally made DVDs can work wonders

You are probably wondering how amateur film makers could provide professional quality DVDs if they did not have the experience or equipment. While the experience can gradually grow, equipment may be hard to buy because the machines and technology can be quite expensive. For this reason, amateur film makers turn to DVD replication companies.

The services offered by DVD replication companies allow editing of DVDs so that their quality is up to the mark. In addition to this, these DVD replication companies can even edit the sound of DVDs and take out unnecessary background sounds that might affect the quality of the content. This ensures that the DVD is as good as any professionally made DVD.

However, film makers do not have to worry about paying high professional prices for these services. DVD replication companies offer these services at affordable rates so that their customers can benefit from them. They also have very low prices when it comes to replicating DVDs, which is required as film makers may have to provide several companies with their work. DVD replication companies even package bulk DVD orders to complete the professional look.

DVD replication is ideal for video and media companies

Sunday, August 9th, 2009

Data on a DVD can be pressed at much higher density on both the layers compared to a CD. Thus, DVDs have a considerably higher storage capacity. DVD replication and DVD duplication are two different processes used for writing the data on DVDs. Though the outcome of both DVD duplication and replication is same, they make use of different procedures.

While DVD duplication is a process of copying data onto a new DVD, replication is a slightly more complicated process. In the replication process, a clone of the master copy is created instead of copying it onto a new disc. At the time of manufacturing period, data is usually formatted into a new disc. The process of DVD replication is generally conducted by experienced technicians in special replication firms. Thus, every replicated DVD is uniquely processed so as to provide you with the best results.

Screen printing and offset printing are basically two types of printing processes used for DVD replication. Using this feature, different information can be printed on the replicated DVDs making them more unique. The DVD replication procedure is ideal for media and video companies when they need to create several copies of their data. Using the DVD replication process, these companies can easily create numerous copies of their data and make them available at comparatively lower price.

DVD replication is a popular service

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

The television is a wonderful media in which to market your business or product. A number of companies are looking for unique ways of marketing so that customers will remember them due to the technique they have used. Many companies that have used DVDs to market their products and services have realised just how beneficial DVDs are when it comes to promoting products.

It is fairly easy for these companies to make produce specific DVDs. All they use is a camera and perhaps someone demonstrating the use of the products. But how do these companies obtain such a large number of DVD copies to distribute to their clients?

With the services that DVD replication companies offer, it is extremely easy to get replicated copies of the original copy. DVD replication is in no way a means of piracy and is a completely legal method for creating numerous copies of a single master DVD. Since these replicated copies are usually sent out to customers, it is necessary that they are of a good quality. For this reason, DVD copies are made from DVD replication companies.

The reason that DVD replication companies are trusted to do this job is because they are capable of editing the video to take off unnecessary or badly recorded footage. Another reason why DVD replication companies are used is because they can provide replicated copies at a faster rate and the quality of copies are extremely good.

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