Your CD/DVDs Need Something More!
How often is it that CD/DVDs don’t have labels. Without labels, there’s a good chance they will end up in the dustbin one day. And quite often, you may need to duplicate a large number of CD/DVDs. The way that you have done this in the past, may have been far from perfect.
Churches record their sermons and make them available to their congregation on optical storage media like the CD or DVD. If you’ve built up a collection of such discs, it’s very likely you’ve stacked them in a pile somewhere, along with many other CD/DVDs. It’s not uncommon for many of these discs not to have labels. Time passes by and in the end, you have a big cluster where there are many discs without a label. Now, if you have to find which one is which, there is only one way to do it, play them one by one. Only writing or printing the information on the disc cover is not a fool proof idea either, as covers tend to get mixed up. You are left with chaos and have to dedicate a lot of time, just to find any particular disc.
Now let’s take a look at educational institutions. They too have numerous sets of discs. And, in this new age of education, discs are always on the increase. Schools, colleges, universities, all face the same problem as the rest of us, in that most of the discs either don’t have labels, or the labels have peeled off or faded. A disc without a label is like a book without a cover. Imagine in a library, if all books had no cover or spine. It would take ages to find the book you wanted. It is like trying finding a person who does not have a face.
So, schools too, are just as just as much in need of putting labels on all their CD/DVDs as the rest of us, so that they can be easily archived and retrieved. A major part of human effort should not be given to minor tasks like finding CD/DVDs from a cluster. The same problem is faced by other institutions where digital information is stored on optical discs, like government departments, sales and marketing firms, recording studios and photographers, to name a few.
Many institutions and companies that need to record on optical discs, also often need to duplicate them in large quantities. All these institutions may have many people and number of people may vary from place to place. Like in the church a sermon may be needed to go to many people and the minister can not sit on the computer for this, and keep recording the discs. It will take many hours to do it for the entire congregation. All of us know that it may take anywhere between 10-20 minutes in recording a DVD. So our minister will not spend much needed time in duplicating the digital media if a proper device is invented to help him.
Technology is a great help in all the matters that concern human beings at least. Like for the CD labeling, they have discovered a much needed device that can print labels of the CD/DVDs at very low cost and the quality is wonderful. Similarly they have brought wonderful duplicator which can do the job at unbelievable speed. As a matter of fact, a CD duplication equipment is a wonderful answer to our pressing need of duplication. Other set of wonderful products, that are available in the markets, are
- CD/DVD duplicators
- Label Printers
- Blu-ray duplicator
- USB SD CF duplicators
- USB secure flash drives
- Thermal Ribbons
- Label Applicator
One should go to the internet and find, there is a wide range of such products.
About the Author
This article is written by a digital media expert in Microboards products and works for Octave Systems Inc.
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