Often times, those that are responsible for charity work are focused on the work itself (which is by far the most important aspect) but may not spend as much time in promoting said charity. One way to promote a charity is through dvd replication. In order for a charity to grow, promotional material needs to be created. If you’re based locally, blank media in Orange County is the first step in researching how to begin packaging promotional material for your charity. You will have to research which brands of blank media may be a good fit for you as there are several, such as Verbatim DVD-R that are high quality discs but there are also others by brands such as Taiyo Yuden and Ridata. Once your blank media disc is identified, be sure to look into ways in which you can duplicate these promotional DVDs on your own via duplication towers in Orange County.
Engadget recently published an article on the history of silver platters - where they covered the duplication and replication service nature of the disc industry. The optical disc replication service industry is often overlooked and not looked into but there seems to be an interest. Essentially, a man by the name of Paul Gregg, created the plastic discs that we all need in our day to day lives. He has been dubbed the “Father of the Optical Disc” by many in the industry. He introduced the recording video nature of the discs back in the 1960s; however, many didn’t see the value and it did not pick up steam. Some would say he was ahead of his time.
Back in the 1950s, Gregg formed the idea of the opitical disc aka the blank media in Orange County that we use. He was already in the film industry and this is where his idea was born. It was a deviation from the tape technology that the movie industry was used to. He saw that you could write data onto an optical disc, stamp for dvd replication and use a specific light source to play back the data in a new, unchartered way. It was in the 1960s where he finally authored at least one patent around this disc, that described beam-based recording onto a multilayered surface.
Verbatim is one of those brands that has worldwide recognition; the company has been around for decades and has made a presence throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Their speciailty has been with DVD-R media. Verbatim manufactures a full line of bulk and printable surface DVD R media. It is available in several different types – thermal printable, inkjet printable, and many more. It is a trusted brand and at this point carries products that will help several of our clients.
There are several types of companies and types of projects that will find the use of a disc duplicator or duplicator tower very useful – we’ve outlined them here, for those that are in the market.
The top use for a CD duplicator tower are for local artists that are interested in duplicating their own music for release. If you’re interested in maintaining your duplication system and don’t like to be reliant on outside companies charging a fee for the use of their own equipment, this may be the perfect option for you. We offer many towers that service small and large projects.
If you are in the education industry and would like to inform your students of instructional lessons, then a DVD duplicator tower in Orange County may be for you. Often times students may not be able to attend your information session in person so having a recording of this on file is often useful. Sometimes even if a student can attend your session, it’s important to be able to hear through the information as often as they’d like.
It’s important for discs to not only be created by either duplication or replication but the storage of these discs is equally important. This is where CD and DVD packaging comes in – and luckily Got Media, based in Orange County, has these available for our customers. DVD packaging in Orange County can sometimes be difficult to find due to many companies only focusing on the actual service and creation of the discs; however, with Got Media we offer a multitude of variations for disc supplies.
One of the most affordable methods to store loose discs is through DVD paper sleeve; however, there are several other types of packaging options that are available.
By now everyone should know what blu-ray media is but many don’t know the history of it and how it came to be. It is also used for very specific purposes, moreso over the standard dvd media type. The blu-ray media format was developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. The format offers more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and 50GB on a dual-layer disc.
While current other types of disc media such as DVD, DVD±R, DVD±RW, and DVD-RAM rely on a red laser to read and write data, the new format uses a blue-violet laser instead, hence the name Blu-ray. The benefit of using a blue-violet laser is that it makes it more possible to focus the laser spot with even great precision to disc quality.
Blu-ray media in Orange County is available through Got Media and as a part of our services we help create blu-ray media content for companies that want to play this through showroom loops. Have you ever gone into a showroom or store and seen splashy displays featuring new products or promotional material? Chances are those companies have reached out to Got Media to create their promotional material needs.
Clear Channel is a major client of GotMedia. They have office locations all over the globe but they use blank CD-R media in Orange County as their center for creating all of their discs that need to be sent out to affiliate locations. We recently wrote a post about Clear Channel explaning the need for companies to be able to share data with all of their other locations. Clear Channel is not the only media company that finds value in blank CD-R media; Disney is also a major client of ours that has found value in blank media discs.
There are so many benefits to using a local company, for any type of service you need, but especially for a disc media company such as GotMedia. A few benefits to going local is the huge cost savings in not having to worry about shipping. Shipping out DVD-R media when you don’t live in the Orange County area, could potentially be extremely costly, depending on how many discs you would like to ship. If you do however, live in the Orange County, Los Angeles area, you can simply pick up the discs or depending on the order quantity, we can also deliver (which is still going to be much cheaper than if a company on the East Coast were to deliver the discs to you).
Another benefit to using a local company is the in person customer service you can experience, that will just not be possible with companies that are further than a 50 mile radius from your business. If you have questions regarding the quality of your blank DVD-R media or the different types of media services we offer, it is much easier to get a straight forward answer from a sales representative in person as opposed to multiple emails and missed phone calls.
Disney, like Clear Channel, is a major client that works with GotMedia. Disney has a multitude of properties and titles that need to be archived in a clean way. Imagine not having a clear record of every recording for historical and artifact purposes. That is where GotMedia comes into play – we are able to provide Disney with blank DVD-R media in Orange County.
We are letting you know about our top clients not just to showcase our reliability and capability of handling large clientele but also to give you an idea of how you can use blank DVD-R media.
There seems to be a church on almost every street corner so now more than ever is it important to stand out from the crowd. For churches and even other small business owners, it is important to have promotional material to give to your constituents and congregation. What will set you apart? At the very minimum it is important to tape and then create a sermon and turn this into a DVD to hand out to potentially new members of the church, hand these out at volunteer events, and more. In order to do so, you will need options for blank DVD-R media in Orange County, if you give us a call we can provide a quote on the spot.