Vinpower Digital has developed a new line of Blu-ray capable duplicators called SharkBlu which enables the user to make exact digital copies of their original Blu-ray, DVD, and/or CD masters. The SharkBlu comes standard with a massive 500GB hard drive to enable the duplicator to store multiple video or data files of the large 25GB or 50GB Blu-ray format.
Vinpower Digital, a duplication specialist, is taking its second shot at the Middle East market after an exploratory visit last year. The US company, which manufacturers DVD and CD duplicators, is aiming to crack the Middle East market after preparing a range of its products for the show.
Not uncommon to churches these days is the presence of audio CDs packed with sermons. music and other kinds of creative programming. What is becoming more desirable these days, and likely become a trend, according to some churches and their equipment suppliers is DVD.
Is it a sector of the DVD industry like any other, or one with its own unique rules? Debbie Galante Block and Tom O'Reilly investigate the scope of the adult video market and reveal the opportunities and pitfalls that it can present to replicators.
VINPOWER DIGITAL has unveiled the latest addition to its popular SharkCopier DVD/CD duplicator line. The 11 target SharkCopier, utilizing Vinpower Digital's own standalone VPD11T controller, offers the ability to duplicate 11 black discs simutaneously in a single tower.
Vinpower Digital, a rising innovator in the field of optical disc duplication equipment, announces the newest addition to their popular SHARKCOPER DVD/CD duplicator line. The 11 target SHARKCOPIER, utilizing Vinpower Digital's own standalone VPD11T controller, offers the ability to duplicate 11 blank discs simultaneously in a single tower.
Vinpower Digital's Titan Pro DVD/CD multi-drive autoloaders,for example,feature a quick-function for one button duplication. These standalone units are equipped with 4,6,8 Plextor or Pioneer drives for unattended duplication of 500 to 1000 disc. Titan Pro features 16x writing speed and 128 MB memory buffer. The smaller 3-drive ,100-dsic capacity system, Titan Lite will be available this summer.
Vinpower Digital, a develpoer of optical disc duplication eqipment, announces the second generation of its Sharkcopier DVD/CD Duplicator.
Vinpower Digital has announced the 2nd generation of their SharkCopier DVD/CD duplicator. The SharkCopier II, utilizing Vinpower Digital's own stand lone VPD7T controller, enhances the SharkCopier with the ability to do drive firmware upgrades through the duplicator for specific drive manufactures, 16X burn speed, account management, and the quick and easy auto copy. The 2nd generation is available with 2 up to 7 recording drives.
CD Duplicators prices are so inexpensive, companies such as Vinpower say smaller users, like the garage bands for example, who may have no need for video, will continue to buy CD machines... Click to download
Vinpower and some of its competitors are making standalone machines in different sizes with robots that can really meet a variety of needs from the small outfits who only need to do 20-50 discs a day to the large production houses that need to do a thousand discs overnight.
Vinpower Digital's Titan Pro DVD/CD autoloaders, for example ,feature a quick-function or one button duplication. These true standalone units are equipped with 4,6, or 8 plextor or pioneer drives for capacities of either 500 to 1000 discs....
Vinpower Digital has launched the second generation of its Sharkcopier DVD/CD duplicator. This Tower system uses a proprietary standalone VPD7T controller with enhanced features and options.
Vinpower Digital, a provider of optical disc duplication equipment, has announced the second generation of their SHARKCOPIER DVD/CD duplicator. New for the second generation is the ability to do drive firmware upgrades through the duplicator for specific drive manufactures, true 16x burn speed, and account management. The duplicator is available with 2 (up to 7) recording drives.
Vinpower’s SharkCopier listed as a Top Gear in VIDEOMAKER Magazine