Many people may not know this but there is a difference between bulk DVD replication and duplication. To start off, DVD duplication is simply the process of burning data from an original DVD onto another existing DVD recordable disc. Bulk duplication is possible with high quality industrial grade duplicators which can produce formats playable in different DVD players.
On the other hand bulk DVD replication involves the generation of a clone of an original master copy. At the Replicopy Company for example, a glass master is created from the original master and from it a stamper is then created. The stamper is defined as the mirror image of the contents in the DVD. The stamper is then mounted onto a High Tech injection mould machine and in the moulding process a replica of the mould is produced on the normal DVD disc which is then coated using a thin layer of reflective aluminium.
Bulk DVD replication machines are normally highly automated and as such this method of DVD production is only economical for large numbers of DVDs from 1000 pieces onwards. You should also go for bulk DVD replication instead of DVD duplication in case you have time on your hand, say seven to ten days. Some companies offer different rates for bulk DVD replication on media such as music, software, audio or video.
Most broadcasting companies have nowadays subscribed for closed captioning services. This service is very crucial in helping deaf people to follow the news and even enjoy television programmes. Closed captioning services are also very useful in places with a lot of noise such as gyms, airports, railway stations and so forth. In hospitals, where a degree of quietness needs to be observed, closed captioning services can come in very handy.
Closed captioning services are also used by forex bureaus to keep people in touch with the current stock markets news and the values of the different currencies around the world. This can be done simultaneously as the news or any other programme is being transmitted. Breaking news of any nature can also be passed on to television viewers effectively via closed captioning services without the need to interrupt ongoing broadcasts.
It is now definite that people need to keep in touch with the ongoing events in the world and as such it seems that closed captioning services are here to stay. Companies such as Replicopy have been setting the standards for closed captioning services for some time now. Replicopy offers full captioning services ranging from transcribing to encoding at very affordable rates.