DVD duplication – perfect for large data storage

DVD is the short form of Digital Versatile Disc and has become a very popular option for storage of data. It is an optical storage device that can be used for storing various media files including movies and music plus differing types of data files which you may use at work for example. A DVD allows you to store your important files safely and carry them easily wherever you go.

The transfer of data from your computer to the disc is easily achieved, and is done with the help of a device called as burner or writer. It is a simple and cost-effective process that enables you to create numerous copies of your data. There are two types of duplication processes – DVD replication and DVD duplication. While, DVD duplication is ideal for producing short runs of disks, DVD replication can be used when you want to create more than 500 copies of your data.

There are different types of blank DVD’s available to burn your data to, which type you use depends on how much data you have. When burning to a DVD5 disc, you create a single layer of data which the laser in your DVD player reads. DVD5 can hold up to 4.7GB worth of data. Should you have more data than this, you have the option to use a DVD10, which allows a second layer of data to be burn to the disc, separated from the first layer of data by a thin transparent film.

Once you’ve decided on which capacity DVD you require, it’s just a simple case of starting the duplication process and you’re on your way to making your data portable.

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