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What is the difference between DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-18, and Blu-ray DVDs?

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DVD 5 replication is a single-sided and single layered DVD. It is referred to as 4.7GB media which holds 4.37 computer GB (1 kilobyte = 1024 bytes) which is just over 2 hours of audio and video. DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW support this format as well. Continue reading

Dust, Dirt and Water Damage: What’s happening to your Home Movies?

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Growing up as a kid, we all remember our parents with the camcorder. Baseball games, dance recitals, birthdays, and Christmas, pretty much any event they would pull out the camera. Throughout the years formats would change or they’d come out with a new camera. Now you have a collection of VHS tapes, Hi8 tapes, or any number of different formats. Chances are unless you still have a working VCR or the specific camera, you have no way to enjoy your family videos. What’s even worse, the longer those tapes or films sit around the more dust, dirt, and water damage can occur. This will eventually deteriorate and ruin your family’s memories and you could lose them forever. For both playback and protection, it is important to transfer your home movies to an updated digital format. Continue reading

Advanced Media’s Musician Services: A Guide to Your Next CD Release

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CD and DVD Printing

Whether you’re getting ready for your next big show or you just completed your first album, the musician services offered by Advanced Media Integration can make your next CD release a success. From standard jewel cases and cardboard sleeves to t-shirts and posters, we have all of your band and musician merchandise covered. With a little understanding of all of the options available, you can make sure your CD kickoff is a hit. The following is information regarding the different types of CD Packaging to choose from.

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