Duplicating DVDs

Posted by on December 4, 2013 • Filed Under Commercial Break

Occasionally, my boyfriend and I record events and prepare DVDs for them. For the past two years, we have been recording the annual talent show for a local private school and we always prepare DVDs with all the performances. Recording the event is easy, creating and burning the DVDs is a whole other story. It’s a very long and tedious process. This is where dvd duplicators come in handy. Summation Technology is a resource to get DVD burners, which will cut your duplication time by a great amount.

With many of their systems, you can burn ten or more DVDs at one time. This is a very handy feature especially when you have to burn 50+ dvds in a short amount of time (like we had to do). A feature like this saves you from having to use your computer to burn one dvd at a time, which takes hours and hours to do.

I recommend getting a duplicator if it’s something you are going to be doing constantly. This will definitely save you a lot of time, which in turn, can save you money. As long as you have enough blank DVDs on hand, the DVD file ready (which I always recommend to re-check, you never know if you forgot to edit something and then waste any discs), and a duplicator, it should be piece of cake.

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