Packaging your finished project serves two purposes: it protects your DVD and it provides an opportunity to display your creativity even before your production has been viewed.|
DVDs should always be stored in plastic "jewel cases" to keep them safe from grit and scratches. Scratches can make the media unplayable; dust and dirt can seriously damage your DVD player.
The surface of your DVDs can be imprinted with the artwork and text of your choice. This service is provided by VideOccasions, the cost included in the cost of creating the DVD. Ask us about this service when your bring your tapes in to be converted to the DVD format.
Protect video tape cassettes and film you haven't yet transferred to a digital format by enclosing them in a cardboard box or plastic case and store them on end in a cool, dry place. Storage in a protective sleeve safeguards the cassette, and helps keep dust and dirt away from the tape.
Better still, bring your old tapes and films to VideOccasions and let us digitize them for you, putting them onto a DVD, USB flash drive or a hard drive.
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