PRO WRESTLING DIARY™ is an independent entertainment company with a primary objective to produce an exclusive brand of Shoot Interviews DVDs to fans around the world, with an innovative style and high production values.
When you purchase a PRO WRESTLING DIARY™ Shoot Interview, you will not be disappointed. We take great pride in producing our shoots in a very professional manner. There are no shortcuts. We incur more expenses, including production and post-production, DVD manufacturing, talent, and professional staff. Nevertheless we feel it is worth it to supply the most innovative shoot interview.
We are looking to build and maintain a reputation of excellence and high standards.
PRO WRESTLING DIARY™ hires a professional production company with over twenty-five years experience to film our exclusive line of shoots with proper lighting, sound technicians, professional equipment, and multiple camera angles. We also incorporate rare photographs, music, credits, chapters ("Chapter Markers"), sneak peeks / previews of other shoots, and so forth during the production process to make the best product possible.
WE AT PRO WRESTLING DIARY™ MANUFACTURES OUR DVD SHOOT INTERVIEWS USING REPLICATION !
DVD Duplication vs. DVD Replication… Whats the difference?
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|Checks for Disc Errors
||Single layer - 4.7GB
Dual layer - 8.5GB
|Single layer - 4.7GB
Dual layer - 8.5GB
DVD10 - 9.4GB
DVD18 - 17GB
||Data, Audio, and Video
There are compatibility issues with certain combinations of DVD+/-R discs and video DVD players *
Pressed discs are compatible with ALL video DVD and computer DVD players *
Duplication is commonly referred to as “burning,” which is the process of copying the contents of one CD or DVD to another disc using a drive with write capabilities.
The PC or duplication equipment etches the data onto a recordable CD or DVD disc with a laser small enough to be integrated into a normal PC drive bay. For quantities less than 1,000, many businesses “burn” their manuals, parts lists, and training videos in-house using either PCs with multiple burners or dedicated duplication machines (”duplication towers”).
When burning DVDs on a burning machine or software, its very difficult to test the discs for any physical errors and defects that may arise resulting in DVDs released to the market with:
- Stuttering and other playback anomalies/glitches at the problem areas
- The disc crashing in DVD players at the problem areas
- Erratic disc navigation in players
Replication is a manufacturing process that essentially replicates or “clones” the original master! First, a “glass master” is created from the original. Then a set of molds, or “stampers,” are made from the master. Stampers act as a blueprint for the replication process; they are mounted into an injection-mold machine, where a replica of the mold is created in the form of a 120-mm plastic disc. The formed disc is then coated with a micro-thin reflective layer of aluminum. Finally, the disc is coated with a protective lacquer that is first spun onto the disc, and then hardened by ultraviolet light.
Because replication is complicated, it’s typically considered only for large runs of at least mutiple thousand copies and is more expensive than duplication. Replication produces the highest possible readability levels. In fact, all commercially distributed entertainment and software CDs and DVDs are produced using replication.
Pro Wrestling Diary, LLC is an independent wrestling and entertainment company. PWDiary™ is not affiliated with WWE, TNA or any other wrestling organization. Their trademarks, logos, and products found on this domain are their own property, and pwdiary.com does not claim to represent or own any of their respected trademarks or rights. Furthermore, these companies do not promote, own, or endorse Pro Wrestling Diary, LLC.