[ProAudio] DVD/CD duplicators that read DDP file sets
eric at seaberg.com
Sun Jan 31 08:07:04 PST 2021
Thanks for the reply, and we’ve been doing the same. I’m just tired of burning plastic, especially since our replicator takes DDP without any issue.
Eric Seaberg * San Diego
Eric at Seaberg.com
> On Jan 30, 2021, at 11:11 PM, mark whitehouse via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure one exists at this point in time.
> Having said that our towers use the CD master copies we produce from the DDP files.
> We've had no problems and do the full copy verify cycle on each run
> For the cost v ROI I think it's a pretty good method with very little problems
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>> On Sun, Jan 31, 2021 at 2:40 PM Steve K8LX via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com> wrote:
>> DDP Creator will burn an audio CD from a DDP set of course. And the disc
>> could be printed on with any disc printer. But that's a two step process.
>> I'm not aware of a reasonably priced hardware disc publisher that will
>> do that in one step from DDP files.
>> -Steve Maki
>> On 1/28/2021 1:40 PM, Eric Seaberg via ProAudio wrote:
>> > We’re looking to replace our automated DVD/CD duplicator/print systems
>> > and really want to find something that will read DDP sets. We create
>> > them to send to our replicator company, but would really like to find
>> > something that can read DDP when we need to do smaller one-off copies.
>> > Does anyone know of any systems that can do this? Most systems want to
>> > read a burned copy and we’re trying to get around that.
>> > Thanks...
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>> > Eric Seaberg • San Diego
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