If you use the coupon code Turkey10 you will receive 10% off your order! Lot's of good stuff on there. They have silver printable DVDs as well. I passed on those and get the white ones cheaper at Sams Club.
Hope you can take advantage of these great deals!
http://www.blankdvdmedia.com/products/B ... olds_1.php
Great site for other things too.....Cheers Jan
I can get cases for .13/ea and Tayo Yuden for .30/ea. They have all brands and whenever I have bought they have offered free shipping. I have been very satisified with quality and service.
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DickK wrote:What advantages or disadvantages are there to using the DVD plastic case vs. using a CD case for a DVD? Any issues with making the printed labels one way or the other?
I like using the DVD cases for a professional look. I by special paper and print professional inserts. My customers love them. If I'm doing one just for myself I use a cd case as it is easier to store.
The only issues I can think of would be using a lot more ink for the larger print out.
Hope that answers your question. I'm sure others will have input as well.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions and tips!
I use DVD cases (and sometimes just standard CD cases -- especially for business presentations).... but when I do DVDs I use a very high quality paper (24lbs) with a slight sheen, typically white but have some light blue and ivory... (I don't remember the brand since I already unwrapped the packs -- Wasau? maybe...). Anyway I use Photoshop to compile the cover. I have used labels before but a lot of players say that is a no-no... and I've had one client refuse a DVD with a label (he got one stuck before -- not one of mine... whew...)... so I switched over to the Epson R1800... works great for small runs.... If I have over 20 copies to make there is a local company that has ability to do small scale dupicating for a reasonable price (and it varies greatly from number of copies to turn-around time but most times I 'barter" a deal...)....
Hope that helps you..!!
I am going to give the paper a try, I think it looks so professional in the larger DVD cases. Where do you purchase the paper? And a great tip for the multiple copies, I will have to call around in my area, since I do not have a duplicator for larger orders... what a time saver!
I am in the process of figuring out the PSG 3.0... it is amazing how quickly you can get used to using one product, I am still trying to figure out all the bells and whistles on this version. I can't imagine going to Producer, as much as I would like to, I am not so sure that I could wrap my brain around all that information!!! :0 I'm having fun figuring out the PSGv3!!!
Talk to ya later,
I bought the paper at OfficeMax or Staples (it was the high end brand 90+bright -- if I recall correctly it carried an IBM logo -- but it was just packaged with their logo I think Wasua was the manufacturer)...
Duplicator has really been a real benefit!!
Hey Producer is great but with all the new improvement to PSG it will serve you well....
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