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AthenRoss
"Professional" DVD media
on Aug 2, 2006 at 11:39:43 pm

Hello group,

I just wanted to try and get some clarification. I continue to hear different things about DVD-R v. DVD+R, however one thing I did that piqued my interest was that neither of those are professional grade. I mean that the big studio films are actually produced on a separate form of media (DVD Video, glass encased, something of that sort).

Could anyone please clear this up for me? I only use DVDs for QuickTime dailies and file transfers.

Thanks In Advance!
~Athen


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eric
Re: "Professional" DVD media
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on Aug 3, 2006 at 12:27:48 am

Your referring to a Replicated Disc. These are disc that have been phyically pressed rather than "burned". given better reflectivity thus better compatibility amoung more players.



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eric
Re: "Professional" DVD media
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on Aug 3, 2006 at 12:30:45 am

Sorry for the horrific spelling :)


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AthenRoss
Re: "Professional" DVD media
on Aug 3, 2006 at 2:28:48 am

Excellent! Thank you!



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