Professionals in many industries appreciate the value of DVD Digipacks. Musicians, film-makers, artists, entrepreneurs, and many others come to the point where they need to create a DVD in order to share their work. Along with determining the method of producing their information and distributing it widely, professionals must consider the best type of case for their DVD. The Digipack is gaining an increasing amount of popularity because of its flexibility, durability, and environmentally responsible case.
One of the most popular alternatives to the Digipack is the jewel case. The plastic of these cases may be easily cracked into pieces, leaving the disc itself vulnerable to damage. If the case is split, broken, or the hinges have come apart, the disc may be scratched or snapped into pieces.
In order to meet the needs of the professionals who use DVDs, the cases are highly customizable. The trays may hold a single DVD or made to hold multiple discs. There are also plenty of options for the images to be included with the DVD. It is possible to use up to eight images and panels of information. Some DVD Digipacks have pockets for booklets, menus, and other printed material. Unique cutouts can also be used to add interest or tie the case more closely to the focus of the information.
The plastic used for the cases is strong and durable in order to fully protect the DVD inside. With top quality graphics printed on both sides of a sturdy card, the primary purpose of the case is to keep the DVD safe and to provide a storage option that will last.
In addition to creating cases with a high standard of quality, the plastic used to make the cases has been recycled. With a higher quantity of recycled materials than jewel cases have, the DVD Digipacks also have a lot of elements that require less invasive manufacturing methods than the alternatives. This makes the cases a more popular choice to newer companies that tend to have a level of environmental consciousness. There are pros and cons to both choices, but the Digipack continues to gain popularity among professionals in many industries.
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