DVD Replication

Replication: In optical technology, replication refers to mass replication of optical discs (CD/DVD). 

DVD replication is the process by which countless recorded DVDs can be mass-produced from a single "master" DVD. A master DVD is created using one of several processes, and each new DVD is "stamped" with the master DVD, creating a clean original version. When creating a large number of DVDs, DVD replication can be considerably less expensive than producing copies using the DVD duplicating process.

CD replication refers to the process by which countless CDs can be mass-produced from a single "master" CD. A master CD is created using one of several processes, and each new CD is "stamped" with the master CD, creating a clean original version. When creating a large number of CDs, CD replication can be considerably less expensive than using the CD duplicating process.

Lion Productions is so serious about DVD & CD replication that we replicate discs in a Class 1000 Clean Room for a flawless, immaculate reproduction process. One source, one stop... all in-house.

CD R replication refers to the process by which countless recorded CDs can be mass-produced from a single "master" CD. A master CD is created using one of several processes, and each new CD is "stamped" with the master CD, creating a clean original version. When creating a large number of CDs from a CD R, CD R replication can be considerably less expensive than using the CD duplicating process.

DVD, CD, and CD R Replication services are available at Lion Productions.