|I'm the IT admin at a school. The school came to me and asked me how can they go about getting DVDs out to the public. What I'm thinking is they're going to want a high quality DVD, not a DVD-R. DVD-Rs scratch easier than a true DVD and don't last as long, as well don't look as professional when they have that bluish dye on the bottom. |
So, my question is... is there a way to make real DVDs with store bought equipment? I'm thinking as long as the gizmo is under $5,000, the school would probably go with it. Where do I start looking for something like this?
I guess the other thing I understand is DVD-Rs don't last forever. They have about a 10-20 year life. A true DVD should theoretically last forever. Is that true? If not, do you have sources to reference?