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Can I supply my DVD master on a CD?

No. You need to provide your master on the same disc type as you want to have at the end. So if you need DVD5 copies, make sure that you provide your master on a DVD5 Size DVDr. If you need DVD9 copies, make sure you provide your master on a DVD9 size DVDr.

Will you take my raw files and create my DVD master?

No. You need to have your raw files authored to work within the DVD format. If you want to have menus or additional features added, that’s what you need to do before you have copies made. If you do not have someone qualified to create this for you, we can refer you to someone we know. Call 800-678-1998.

How do I make my master?

You need to be or know someone who is qualified to produce a production master for you. More than likely if you are just using the DVD format because you just need a bigger “cd” then copy your files over to a blank DVDr the same as you would a CD. These DVDs will work fine in a computer as long as its set up to playback DVDs. If however, you are needing the DVD to play on a DVD player – and you are asking this question – you are probably not set up to accomplish this and you should find someone who can author your content so that it will play on a DVD player. A properly authored DVD formatted DVD will play in a standalone DVD player as well as a computer. Playing on a computer does not mean it will play on a standalone DVD player.