PACKING WITH SHRINK WRAP
Carton size: 39(L) x 26.3(W)
x 16.2(H) cm = 0.017 cbm
CD-R / DVD+/-R CAKEBOXES
DVD+/-R TYPICAL TEST DATA
DISC LABEL PRINTING
CDs are printed with the
label Information directly onto the disc. Our standard prices allow
for 2 colours printing. You must supply us with colour separated films
for this, together with instructions on on which parts of the artwork
are to be in which colour, and what the precise colours are (quote the
Pantone colour references).
DVD-R is a non-rewriteable
format and it is compatible with about 93% of all DVD Players and most
DVD-ROMs. Standard 120mm ( 60 - 120min. / 4.7GB single sided )
DVD+R is a non-rewritable
format and it is compatible with about 88% of all DVD Players and most
DVD-ROMs. Standard 120mm ( 60~120min. / 4.7GB single sided )
CD-Recordable, write once-read
many disc specified by Orange Book Part II using a pre-stamped, wobbled
groove to guide a write laser that irreversibly changes regions of a
dye polymer layer to an optically absorbing state. A special drive is
required for writing.
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc)
heralds a new era of entertainment. For the first time, high-quality
digital video as well as surround sound can be delivered to the consumer
on a single interactive compact disc. While a DVD disc may be straight-forward
in its application, preparing content for DVD as well as authoring and
layout - premastering - of 4.7 gigabytes of video and sound, is a profoundly
complex process. Much like computer-aided design for circuit board manufacturing
which requires sophisticated tools for routing intricate signals on
circuit cards, DVD premastering requires tools for encoding and layout
of complex data structures which are compacted onto a single-sided 5.25
VIDEO-CD is format for films
/ video on CD. Many film / video titles have now been recorded on VIDEO-CD.
The VIDEO-CD is also widely use for educational and advertising purposes.
The format can be played on VIDEO-CD players, CD-I players and personal
computers equipped with a VIDEO-CD card.
CD-DA stands for Compact
Disc Digital Audio. This format can store up to 74 minutes audio.
CD-ROM stands for Compact
Disc Read Only Memory. This format can store up to 650 megabytes of
information, equivalent to a quarter-million typewritten A4 pages or
one ton of paper. The format is primarily designed for computer users,
offering a convenient and dependable way to access large volumes of
information. a few examples of its application are reference books complete
with audiovisual illustrations, company related databases, comprehensive
manuals and multimedia. The format is also suitable for security copying
and filing of information where permanent record is essential. Software
that formerly needed numerous floppy-discs to install can now often
be packed into a single CD-ROM, which speeds the process of installation.
The format requires CD-ROM reader connected to a PC, MACINTOSH or UNIX