DVD Copycat’s number one focus is the quality of our CD and DVD and Blu-Ray Disc products.
In this market, CDs and DVDs are perceived as a commodity, but at DVD Copycat, we strongly disagree with that perception. There are may variables that differentiate the quality and reliability of a packaged DVD, CD or Blu-Ray Disc product. Some of these variables can make the difference between making a great impression and making a flop.
At DVD Copycat, we always guarantee that we use the best media, boxes, and printing methods so you can make the best impression with flawless looking and working product every time.
We have a continuing commitment to manufacturing the best product available in this market today.
DVD Duplication, CD Duplication, Replicating DVDs and CD Replication are our passion.
Now that the Hi-Def Disc war is over and Blu-ray Disc has come out on top, the question to answer is “when should I start releasing my Hi-Def projects on Blu-ray Disc”.
As a video professional, there are many considerations to take into account when deciding to release on Blu-ray.
Below I would like to discuss a few if these consideration.
The first question is does the audience I am distributing to have Blu-Ray Players. Once Blu-Ray player prices come down, there will be widespread adoption, however, at the current price points, only a small percentage of households and businesses have Blu-Ray Disc players. Statistics to follow in upcoming posts.
The second question is how many Blu-ray discs do you need. This will determine whether we will be replicating(BD) or duplicating(BD-R) your discs. Typically 5000 pcs or more will warrant cost effective replicating of your BD discs.
Replicated discs will play in any set-top player on the market.
Compatibility of burned Blu-ray Discs (BD-R)
If you are in the market for only a few copies to a few hundred, then the solution will be duplication(burned BD-R). There is a concern here this early in the technology that has to be considered. Most set top players will play replicated discs, but depending on the player most need updated firmware to play burned BD-R discs. If you have a specific client in mind, for example a wedding client who wants their wedding video on Hi-Def, you can run a test disc on their player and see if it works, however, for general distribution of BD-R, you will have to consider that some players will not play the BD-R and make disclaimers accordingly. I will have more statistics when they become available with regard to percentage of players that will play BD-R(burnable Blu-ray discs).
At DVD Copycat, we can currently supply both Blu-Ray Disc Replication and Blu-Ray Disc Duplication depending on your specific needs. If you have further questions please give us a call. 415-929-1581