* Pricing Includes Disc, Duplication, Direct-to-Disc Printing, and Packaging
The standard jewel case is a great way to package your CD or DVD, with its available front and back spaces to display your artwork, song list or marketing content.
The slim line jewel case is half the size of a standard jewel case. It provides an area in the front for printed material so you can promote your product.
The outside of the DVD alpha case supports a wraparound printed slip cover to promote your video content and you can also put an inside printed card for additional marketing and promotion.
Sleeves are an effective way to store and promote CDs and DVDs. By not using plastic, the sleeve is a very eco friendly choice.
Great for mailing. These flexible cases are durable and they provide an area in the front for printed material to promote your product or allow your disc artwork to show through on its own.
Whether you need 1 or 1000+ CDs or DVDs duplicated, we've got you covered.
You can rest assured your CD or DVD project will be in your hands way before your deadline.
We offer a wide variety of CD and DVD duplication packages along with CD and DVD printing options that most competitors can’t match.
We only use professional grade media and stand behind the quality of every product we produce.
Call us at 858.292.0818 today or request an online quote.
DVD Copy Protection - Perfect Image Video can add copy protection to any quantity DVD order.
Full Color Glossy Print - This type of disc printing is great if your artwork is full color and has a lot of detail. This option offers a professional looking CD/DVD for small runs.
Packaging - From Jewel Cases to Four Color Wallets, we can package your CD or DVD anyway you like.
Shrink Wrapping - Add shrink wrap to your order to give your project that professional, retail-ready look.
Discover why thousands of our clients choose us for their CD and DVD duplication needs. Call us at 858.292.0818 today or request an online quote.
Whether you need 1 or 1000+ CDs or DVDs duplicated, we've got you covered. Our duplication department uses the most up to date equipment to produce high quality CD and DVD products. In addition to offering you a high-quality product, we also offer you:
Fast Turnaround - We understand that you need your CD or DVD duplication done yesterday. That is why we offer 24 hour turn around and specialize in rush orders. This way you can rest assured your CD or DVD project will be in your hands way before your deadline!
Personalized Service - Not sure what to order? No worries! We are here to help you through the entire duplication process to assure you get the results you are looking for.
Call us at 858.292.0818 today or request an online quote.
Q. How much will my project cost?
A. There are two major factors affecting the price of CD and DVD Duplication; the quantity of discs, and the turnaround time. Larger quantities will have lower prices. Longer turn around times may allow for replication instead of duplication resulting in a lower cost per unit. When these two factors are combined, a significant cost savings may be realized.
Q. Where and how do I send my artwork for labels or packaging?
A. Artwork may be submitted by e-mail, ftp or express carrier (UPS, FedEx etc.) If you are local, you can drop your artwork off in person. Artwork should be in a flattened Adobe Photoshop(psd) , or a high resolution (min 300 dpi) jpeg (jpg) tiff file (tif) or a pdf file. We use a print to center disc, so make sure your design has no center hole. Do not include the template layer in the flattened document you send us. Call us if you have questions regarding artwork specifications. Artwork should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. I need this project tomorrow, how soon will it be done?
A. Many small projects can be completed in 24 hours or less. Let us know what your time requirements are and we'll make every effort to meet them. Should you require your order in less then our normal turn time, and we have equipment and manpower available we'll make every effort to meet your goals.
Q. What is the Minimum Order?
A. On most orders, the minimum requirement is one. On CD and DVD Replication the minimum quantity is 500. The replication process requires a minimum of 5-7 business days.
Q. Why should I choose a CD or a DVD for my project?
A. CDs are typically used for audio and data discs when you have less than 700 MB (megabytes) of Data or less than 80 minutes of Audio. CDs can store any type of data, including text, images, audio and video but have less capacity than DVD’s. DVD’s are best for full length movies and high quality video images. They can also be used for data storage. DVDs have a capacity of 4.7 GB (Gigabytes). Video DVDs will play in most home DVD players as well as most computers equipped with a DVD reader.
Q. What is the difference between CDR and CD-RW media?
A. CDR (CD-Recordable) media can only be written to once, CD-RW media is rewritable.
Q. What are the differences between Duplication and Replication?
A. Duplicated discs have data "burned" onto them by a laser burning the dye on a prepared surface. Duplication is usually less expensive for orders under 500 discs and turnaround times are much quicker. The replication process starts with the creation of a glass master. This glass master is then used to make the replication master for an injection/stamping process. Unlike many of our competitors, Perfect Image Video does not charge for creating glass masters. Replication is less expensive for large orders and includes full color offset printing.
Q. What is the difference between DVD-R and DVD+R media?
A. These DVDs have different media and methods of recording. Either type will work in most DVD players and will normally work in all computer DVD drives. Perfect Image Video recommends that DVD-R be used as they have slightly superior readability properties.
Q. What is a “Transfer”?
A. A transfer is taking the data from one media type and transferring it to another. Examples of this would be Mini-DV to hard drive, VHS to DVD, Audio Cassette to CD, Vinyl Record to CD, 8mm film to DVD etc.
Q. What is a “Conversion”?
A. A conversion is changing from one format to another. Examples include PAL to NTSC, SECAM to NTSC, PAL to SECAM, etc... The majority of DVD players sold in PAL countries, can play both PAL and NTSC formatted discs. Conversely, the majority of NTSC decks are unable to play PAL formatted discs. The same applies to most NTSC TVs. They either won't display any video or will present marginal video images.
Q. Where are you located?
A. We are located in San Diego, CA.