Stand Alone Burners

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    • #41078
      AvatarAnonymous
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      For those that don’t like incompatible multiple DVD hardware/software burner nightmares:

      http://www.applied-magic.com/p_clearance.html (on sale now)

      I bought the 7 bay a couple years ago and consider it my best purchace yet. I looked into trying scratch building a PC that would do 4 DVDs at a time- when you add all the money up, the standalone is a winner.

    • #175061
      AvatarAnonymous
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      check out http://www.produplicator.com works great also.

    • #175062
      Avatarvideolab
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      I agree with compusolver these things are a waste. If you go with a computer you can use it as a render node while its not burning. These proprietary systems are just useless boxes while your not burning.

    • #175063
      AvatarAnonymous
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      It is a bull blown custom PC. It will perform as a very high end system for all tasks. Comes complete with custom authoring software.

    • #175064
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Masters don’t load- it dupes on the fly. If you get the HD, masters burn from that. If you have the model with a USB, DVDShop will export the master to the duplicator, which starts burning 7 at a time. No need to burn a master disc first. Since the DVDShop is real time compression for DV, composite, and S-Video, the finished DVDs can start burning when capture is complete. You can set up titles and graphics before capture. It does the layout for printing the discs and covers, including and index page.

    • #175065
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      Hank said

      Speaking of R220s, I’m starting to have trouble finding any.

      Go to epson.com and check out their online store. You can get a new R220 for $99; shipping is around $10. They also have refurbished ones in the clearance area for $71 with free Fed-Ex shipping.

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