Disc Makers, an independent media manufacturer, announced the release of its online DVD duplication service, a system implemented through its interactive DVD Self-Service Website. Disc Makers' system enables DVD customers, including filmmakers and studios, to create their own DVD and place short-run duplication orders online, conveniently, from their home or studio. Project turn-around time can be as fast as two business days.
Tony van Veen, VP of sales and marketing for Disc Makers, said that, "Like the CD version, DVD Self Service is a powerful program that gives businesses and independent filmmakers the freedom to produce a short run of DVDs whenever and wherever they want."
DVD Self Service offers DVD-R duplication and printing for projects of 300 DVDs or less with no minimum order or setup fees. The service comes with free online storage of audio and graphic content, full-color on-disc printing and inserts, Web-based 24/7 ordering and a choice of five packaging options. (Amaray-style packaging available soon.)
The simple three-step process includes designing a DVD Disc Graphics online, mail DVD content (customers are encouraged to mail in a DVD-R with their content. Disc Makers will store this content for future orders and reorders. As bandwidth increases, an automatic data uploader, as currently used for Disc Makers' CD Self Service, may become available) and lastly, duplicate DVDs, in which users can access the online order form to duplicate as many DVDs as needed (up to 300) and have them shipped anywhere in the United States.
For more information on Disc Makers' DVD Self Service, visit www.discmakers.com.