Blu Ray Duplication

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We offer an in house Blu Ray Duplication Service with full colour thermal print .

Prices for 25Gb Blu Ray Discs

50    Blu Ray duplication with full colour thermal print.....................................
100  Blu Ray duplication with full colour thermal print.....................................
200  Blu Ray duplication with full colour thermal print.....................................
300  Blu Ray duplication with full colour thermal print.....................................
400  Blu Ray duplication with full colour thermal print.....................................
500  Blu Ray duplication with full colour thermal print.....................................

Blu Ray Packaging
Unbranded Blu Ray case (11mm spine)....................................................................18p
Amaray Blu Ray case (14mm spine)...........................................................................25p
BLU-RAY DUPLICATION
BLU RAY INFORMATION

1. Where does the name “Blu-ray” come from?
The term Blu-ray refers to the blue laser used for this format, unlike the red laser used for CDs and DVDs. The “e” was removed from “blue” for the trademark. The full name of the new format is “Blu-ray Disc”, often abbreviated to BD. There are two Blu-ray formats:
• BD 25 ( single layer)
• BD 50 ( double layer)
2. What is the difference between a DVD and a Blu-ray?
The main difference lies with the laser which records information: the laser used for DVDs is red, while that used for BD is blue. Below is a table comparing the 2 formats :

3. Why are images better in BD than DVD?
Because the image resolution is better with Blu-ray the resolution is 1920 x 1080, where as on DVD, it is 720 x 576.
4. Is audio better with Blu- ray?
Of course! Blu- ray can handle up to 32 audio flows, ranging from stereo to multi-channel 7.1 surround. With DVD, audio is Dolby Surround 5.1.
5. Why is Blu-ray called “interactive”?
With de Blu-ray, you can consult contextual menus without stopping the film, that you are currently watching, and then choose new viewing options, or download interactive content directly from internet (sub titles, director’s commentary, etc…).
6. Does Blu-ray use region codes?
Yes, Blu-ray can be assigned region codes, but this is not mandatory. It is the publisher who decides whether to assign a zone to a Blu-ray title. 3 zones have been defined:
Zone A: The Americas, Korea, Japan, South East Asia   Zone B: Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, New    Zone C: Russia, India, China, rest of the world.
7. What video compression formats are used for BD?
Compression codec used for Blu-ray are: MPEG-2, MPEG-4 AVC, and VC-1