DVD5 or DVD9?
A DVD 5 will hold approximately 4.37 GB of information or the equivalent of two hours of video. A DVD 5 is a one-layer one-sided DVD. Unlike a DVD 5, a DVD 9 has two layers. This doubles the amount of information on a DVD, due to this, is not possible to duplicate a DVD 9, they may only be replicated.
Blu - Ray:
Blu-Ray is the next step in optical media formats from CD and DVD. Initially developed for the HD (high definition) video that is now available for recording, rewriting and playback as well as the storage of large amounts of data.
Due to our European manufacturing plant, our high volume DVD prices are particularly competitive. Whether you want DVDs for corporate advertising, a feature film, training tools, or a promotional music DVD, Workflow can help you!
CD – Rom/Audio/Mini:
We can manufacture any quantity of CD audio from 100-1 million; take advantage of our competitive prices and catalogue of packaging options in order to add value to your CD album or audiobook.
A standard auto-run CD-ROM can offer a great way to deliver presentations, promotions and visual training. With CD replication you have the ability to include video, audio and interactive content such as flash or virtual tours.
An 8cm or "mini" CD has a maximum capacity of 200mb / 22 minutes and offers an alternative and marketing tool for your products. Mini CDs can be played in standard CD players, and offers a quirky equivalent to the standard CD.
Replication is perfect for larger runs of up to one million discs. Unlike duplication, replication starts by producing a glass master which can then be used to “stamp” a vast amount of CD/DVDs. Replication is great for anything from commercial music or movie releases (albums, singles, extended play etc) to practical guides or business brochures.
Duplication is a cost effective method of copying shorter runs of CDs/DVDs, usually up to 500. This could include anything from demo CDs/DVDs to promotional merchandise, business manuals or power point presentations. The final CD/DVD product is different to that which is produced using CD/DVD replication and the easiest way to distinguish between the two is the characteristic “blue” backing.
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