DVD replication vs DVD duplication

DVD replication and DVD duplication are sometimes incorrectly used to define each other.

Copying data onto a fresh DVD is referred to as DVD duplication. On the contrary, DVD replication is a complicated method. Instead of copying data onto a new DVD, it develops a clone of the master or the main copy. During the manufacturing period, a new DVD is used for formatting data. Experienced technicians conduct the entire process of DVD replication in specialised replication firms. Every replicated DVD is, therefore, uniquely processed. This ensures the long term durability of DVDs.

There are usually two kinds of printings for DVD replications; screen printing and offset printing. The replicated DVD can have several information layers. This feature makes DVD replication unique. In other words, the number of layers makes a replicated DVD unique. Thanks to this feature, data can be exactly executed like master DVDs. This is precisely why replicated DVDs are also referred to as clones of original DVDs. Another USP of replicated DVDs is their enormous running capacity compared to duplicated DVDs. It is relatively inexpensive and the turn around time is usually 7-8 business days. If you place bulk orders, it is likely to decrease your overheads.

Sadly, DVD manufacturing companies are at the receiving end of piracy. Local companies replicate new DVDs and sell them at very low prices. Consumers are naturally attracted and they end up buying pirated DVDs instead of buying original quality DVDs.

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