Replication, as opposed to duplication is a factory pressing CD or DVD already containing video or data. Though the technicalities of a process are different, it can be roughly compared to vinyl record pressing, where the pressed records come from the press already containg the recording. Similarly, replication process involves authoring ( which is making a playable disc from the edited material, including menus, captions etc), mastering (metal in case of records and glass in case of CD, Blu-Ray (Blue Ray) or DVD) and the actual pressing.
Relication is a slower process when compared to burning. It is more cost effective for larger runs, when time is not that critical. Normal turnover is 10 days to two weeks.
National Video Centre in Canberra also offers packaging solutions to suit your needs, from standard cases with paper inserts to digipacs and custom-made cases.
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