DVD does not deteriorate with time, no matter how often you watch it. Using the same care applied to CDs, DVDs should last well over 100 years in normal cool dark storage conditions. Videotape on the other hand deteriorates with each use, and noticeably deteriorates after many years even while they sit on a shelf or tucked away in a drawer.
DVD video and audio are superior to VHS. DVD video provides users the video that is twice as clear as VHS. DVD is capable of showing up to 500 lines of horizontal resolution while VHS is limited to 240.
DVD eliminates the need to fast forward or rewind to your favorite moments. Using the DVD menu that will be developed to your specification, you can skip to a particular chapter point that is 45 minutes into the video in a second’s time.
The DVDs that we develop for you are compatible with virtually all consumer DVD players and computer DVD-Rom drives.
The Library of Congress and The National Archives Service use DVD and CD for long-term storage. So should you!