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Reader Comments (4)

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are looking for CD duplication for 312 cds. We would like to get info about the prices, how long it will take (for Melbourne), is it possible if we will give you the blank CDs.

Hope to receive your reply soon.

Best Regards,
Tu Ho
Oct 22, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterTu Ho
How many MB can go on one CD, please? I have a book that has been narrated and it has 8 sections and each is approximately 200mb. I'm looking at duplication costs. Also, how long does the whole process take from my supplying masters and artwork to receiving completed copies, please?
Jan 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterHayley Solich
Hi, I am getting married on August 27th this year. We wanted to give to the guests a CD of the music to our wedding. We want approximately 50 copies of the CD, which we can burn the music onto ourselves, but how we would like to present the CD and cover is like this....

A clear Jewel case with an white image of my partner, and myself ( which I can supply in jpeg format ) with the words ( see below ) printed either at the bottom or somewhere on the front ....

Paul and Kerri-Ann
27th August 2011

On the inside of the cover we would like the 21 songs listed and a small thank you note to the photographer for the images used on the CD package,

On the actual CD, a black and white image of us either covering the whole CD or positioned smaller to fit well taking into consideration of the central hole. Also with the words...

Our Favourites
Love Paul and Kez
27th August 2011

Price is of a concern, and so we are looking for the most inexpensive package you could offer us.

Could I please have someone contact me to quote us on something like I have described or offer suggestions.

Kind regards

Kerri-Ann Andrews
Jul 30, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKerri-Ann
Hi, my (U.S.) production company has created a training CD for an American Equipment manufacturer. The CD is an auto-start .swf that provides navigable links to various short videos (.flvs) on how to operate certain machines. The manufacturer has a client in Australia who is saying our CD-Rom will not play in their computers, but they want to order copies of the CD. I understand that DVDs have world regions, but did not think CDs did. I'm working off very little information from the client and suspect they are just confusig CDs for DVDs, but wanted to go to the experts in Australia to see if there's something obvious I'm missing. Is there a reason a U.S.-created CD-Rom will not play in an Australian player?

Regards,
Janie
Jul 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJane Colalillo
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