Selasa, 22 Maret 2011
Five steps to find top quality CD or DVD duplication services
With CD and DVD becoming the preferred means of sharing and distributing content particularly in the music industry, film industry and software industry, the demand for high quality CD or DVD duplication has shot through the roof. Since these industries need to make copies of their releases in bulk, they have to keep a strict watch over quality control. Some companies, particularly in the music, films and software industry, have their in-house CD and DVD duplication services. There are scores of other companies that need to outsource CD or DVD duplication services to distribute their content – such as advertisements, games, corporate presentations, media kits, e-learning solutions, reports and documents in digitized format, etc. For example, a company announcing a product launch through a short promotional film printed on a CD and distributed along with a popular magazine would need to print copies of the CD in bulk. Although there is no dearth of companies providing professional CD or DVD duplication services, it is undoubtedly a technology-intensive job and requires high level of technical expertise. Therefore certain things are needed to be kept in mind before opting for a particular CD or DVD duplication service provider. Here are five steps you need to take to find a top quality CD or DVD duplication service provider: 1. Find a place providing a guarantee The service provider you choose has to be the one who can guarantee against its work quality. This guarantee should protect your CD and all of its content. All of your copies should be correctly formatted with no errors or discrepancies. The CD or DVD duplication services should also guarantee a time frame for your CDs/DVDs to be done. 2. Provider should employ the latest technology The next set of tips you can use is to find CD or DVD duplication services that employ the newest and latest technology to produce the duplications. Some of these can be operated by a computer and some of then can even operate without the use of a computer. When you check around for duplication services, ask the staff about the technology they use. If the staff does not seem very knowledgeable about what they use for their CD duplication, then you probably shouldn't use them for your duplications.