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Travis Wilber November 6th, 2015 12:15 PM

DVD Burning Service - Low Volume
Anyone use any DVD Burning Services? I'm no longer burning stuff for people as I'm done spending money on the equipment. I just had a couple ask for some DVD's and know I'll have more in the future. Most services there's a minimum of 50 dvd order

I saw that walmart has a service for $25 a dvd. Gonna try that but wondering if there's maybe any others too.

Arthur Gannis November 6th, 2015 03:39 PM

Re: DVD Burning Service - Low Volume
Perhaps you mean duplicate copies of a DVD disc ?
Have you tried and see if Costco can do them ? I find $25 per copy is a lot but then I do them myself so I wouldn't know what others are charging. I have done recently 50 copies for someone using Toast Titanium with multi burn feature. I knocked them out in less than 5 hours costing me 20 cents each.

Jeff Pulera November 6th, 2015 03:56 PM

Re: DVD Burning Service - Low Volume
I use Kunaki.com

It's a very bare-bones service - you must be willing to read the directions to make it all work, but it's under $2 per disc including case with full-color insert, color disc print, and even a color insert inside the case. Did I mention shrink wrapped also?

Through their online tool, you load in your jpeg artwork, and a digital copy of the DVD, and then it all uploads together to their site. Then you can order online and have them all sent to you, or you can have Kunaki ship to customers direct using a spreadsheet. Or check a box and they create an order page and customers can order direct from Kunaki at any price you set, and you get the profit.

Been using them 3-4 years now for stage event DVDs, any volume.

Should mention they do single, 4.7GB DVDs only, no dual-layer discs or sets.


Mike Watson November 6th, 2015 05:29 PM

Re: DVD Burning Service - Low Volume
Kunaki: This is the greatest thing I've ever heard of, and at the perfect price point. I will never make another DVD.

Nigel Barker November 7th, 2015 04:57 AM

Re: DVD Burning Service - Low Volume
two or three years ago when I last looked at duplication I was amazed at how cheap it is & they will even print colour covers & shrink wrap in cellophane for a very professional look. Even aside from the time saving the costs for as few as 10 copies were worthwhile & it's probably just shipping costs that inflate the price for even smaller numbers.

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