FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions at ATR DiscCD Duplication Services
Knowledge is King!

At ATR Disc, we believe that the most successful CD and DVD projects begin with an understanding of how the duplication and replication process works. For your convenience and peace-of-mind, we’ve compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions about CD duplication in Miami Florida, CD replication in Fort Lauderdale Florida, DVD duplication in Miami FL and DVD replication in Fort Lauderdale FL.

1.  What is the maximum length of each CD and/or DVD that ATR Disc duplicates or replicates on my behalf?

2.  What is the recommended format for transmitting my artwork to ATR Disc?

3.  What resolution does ATR Disc require for my artwork?

4.  Does ATR Disc provide graphic artwork, or make changes to our existing artwork if needed?

5.  In which format should I present my masters to ATR Disc for duplication and replication?

6.  Does ATR Disc offer mastering services?

7.  Does ATR Disc offer artwork and design services?

8. Can ATR Disc insert CD text on my duplicated CDs?

9.  What’s the difference between CD duplication and CD replication?

10.  Can I add a UPC bar code to my artwork?

11.  Can ATR Disc ship a portion of my order to distributors, and the rest to my home or office?

12.  How do I pay for my CD and DVD duplication or replication projects?

We invite you to contact us today with any additional questions you may have about CD duplication in Miami FL, CD replication in Fort Lauderdale FL, DVD duplication in Miami, or DVD replication in Fort Lauderdale, and click here to obtain a free customized quote prior to getting started. You’ll be glad you did!

1.)What is the maximum length of each CD and/or DVD that ATR Disc duplicates or replicates on my behalf?

The maximum length of each CD for duplication is 79 minutes, and 75 minutes for replication. The maximum length of each DVD for duplication or replication is 4.7gb. If you require encoding on your DVD to prevent unauthorized duplication, please supply us with a DLT tape with the correct encoding (please note that this only applies to replicated DVDs).

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2.) What is the recommended format for transmitting my artwork to ATR Disc?

ATR Disc recommends e-mailing your artwork to us in a PDF file.

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3.) What resolution does ATR Disc require for my artwork?

For optimum results, we recommend 300 dpi.

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4.) Does ATR Disc provide graphic artwork, or make changes to our existing artwork if needed?

Yes. The graphic artists at ATR Disc are highly knowledgeable and experienced, and can revise your existing artwork or create original artwork at your request.

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5.) In which format should I present my masters to ATR Disc for duplication and replication?

We require CD-R for CDs, and DVD-R for DVDs.

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6.) Does ATR Disc offer mastering services?

Yes. CD mastering in Miami is extremely important because it represents the final opportunity to balance, equalize and enhance the sound of your recording prior to replication, the process during which your digital audio master is transferred to a glass master and thousands of copies are made. In fact, the music and soundtracks produced by every major label are mastered in order to prepare them for multimedia distribution and retail sale. Click here to learn more about our mastering services.

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7.) Does ATR Disc offer artwork and design services?

Yes. If you are unable to provide your own artwork and designs, ATR Disc offers some of the industry’s most unique and innovative CD and DVD design services in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Click here for more details.

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8.) Can ATR Disc insert CD text on my duplicated CDs?

Yes. You will need to create the CD master with CD text, then mail in your CD master. However, if you are unable to incorporate CD text onto your CD master, ATR Disc can assist you with that process for a small additional fee. Please feel free to contact us for more details.

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9.) What’s the difference between CD duplication and CD replication?

A standard for major commercial releases, replicated CDs are produced from a glass master, then pressed on a machine. Duplicated CDs are copied from a recordable CD-R.

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10.) Can I add a UPC bar code to my artwork?

Yes. ATR Disc can guide you through this process, and even produce a bar code from your own UPC number. Please feel free to contact us for more details.

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11.) Can ATR Disc ship a portion of my order to distributors, and the rest to my home or office?

Yes. ATR Disc can drop-ship your order to multiple addresses within Florida, the United States, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

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12.) How do I pay for my CD & DVD duplication and replication projects?

ATR Disc accepts payment for CD & DVD duplication and replication in Miami and Fort Lauderdale via money orders, personal checks, cashiers checks, credit cards and wire transfers.

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