Making a copy of your DVD

There are two methods of making copies of your DVDs; DVD replication and DVD duplication. Now even though these terms appear to mean the same, the process of each of them is quite different from each other.

If you get your DVD copied by the replication method, a glass master of the DVD will be made, which will then be used to burn any number of copies. DVD replication is usually used where a very large number of DVDs have to be copied. DVD duplication works by copying the data from the DVD onto your computer. This can then be burnt on as many DVDs as required. Hiring a good reputable company to take care of your duplication or replication needs is important. A company not so good at its job can end up wasting a lot of your precious time and money.

It is important for you to note that, while the company of your preference is duplicating or replicating the DVD, they use the ‘compare and verify’ function when burning your DVDs. This checks the DVD for any flaws and also makes sure that every copy is exactly the same as the original. A lot of companies are known to avoid using this function in a bid to save time. This, however, can put you in danger of getting DVDs that might not play the data stored in them properly.

Both methods of duplication are as efficient when utilised properly. It is important to choose the one that suits your needs in the best way.

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