DVD printing is the process of printing labels, artwork or decoration onto the upper side of a DVD disc. Printing DVDs has many benefits including making discs look professional, providing a label so that the owner of the DVD is not confused to its content, as well as personalising the disc and giving a ‘flavour’ of its contents.

Printed DVDs Are Better For Your Image

It may be tempting to cut costs by simply writing on your DVD discs in order denote their contents, however, there are many reasons why using a DVD printer is a better solution.

Printed DVDs can be used as a place to show off company branding, thus maximising your customers’ exposure to your brand at every opportunity. The same goes for artists; whether you are a film maker or musician, people do make judgements based on appearance.

Printing onto your DVD gives an opportunity to whet your audience’s appetite and express your image. This can all tie together with your DVD casing or can stand alone even if you choose more generic casing.

DVD printing designs can be flexible to what you require. You can opt for using very basic printing which just features text or you can add full colour designs or images depending on your needs and the type of content that you have on the disks. It is a good idea to devise a specific design for the shape of the DVD disk to make best use of the shape and area but this is not necessary, most images and text can easily be adapted for use.

Beyond the creative aspect though, a printed DVD shows a basic level of professionalism that would certainly be absent if a DVD is received with its contents written on in marker pen. Having ready-printed disks is also time and cost effective meaning that you will not require someone to sort through them to check their contents before marking them.

The Everyday Advantages Of DVD Printing

Printing onto your DVD also has more practical uses which can help support your business or enterprise.

Firstly, printing onto your DVDs will enable you to easily know and recognise the contents of your discs with no room for confusion. Whilst you might think using DVD cases will be sufficient, if a disc is blank and generic in appearance, it’s all too easy for it to get lost or muddled with other discs. When working at a large scale getting disks mixed up can be time-consuming as well as costly and troublesome to correct.

Secondly, having printed DVDs will support you to keep your stock safe; a printed DVD cannot easily be replaced by a fake as this will be obvious if the replacement is blank or does not feature the same design. Replicating the exact imaging printed onto your DVD would be difficult and therefore taking the step of printing onto your DVDs will increase security. It will also make fake versions of your discs clear to distinguish for customers in the market helping to discourage piracy of your product.