The difference between DVD duplication and DVD replication

When you have to copy data from your DVD to another, there is often confusion when choosing between the available two procedures, DVD duplication and DVD replication.

Although, both procedures provide you with high quality copies of your DVD at a cost effective rate, there is only a small difference between them.

DVD duplication
This process duplicates the contents from the DVD to another DVD using a DVD drive with writing capabilities. This is commonly known as DVD burning, and can be done on your own personal computer using special software. DVD duplication is the best method for making less than 500 copies of your DVD. Most DVD duplication companies duplicate your DVD using special in-house towers that consist of up to 21 DVD drives.

DVD replication
In this procedure, a glass master copy of your DVD is first made. Then, the glass master is used to make stampers, which are mounted on a molding machine. The disc is then coated with a very thin layer of aluminium that is reflective. Using UV light, the lacquer spun on the disc is hardened. DVD replication is a procedure that is ideal for making more than 500 copies of your DVD. The whole procedure is very fast and produces large amounts (more than 500 copies) of DVD’s in a short time.

Both, DVD duplication and DVD replication are effective at producing high quality DVD copies at reasonable prices. Depending on the number of copies required by you, select the right procedure.

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