Voltcontrol909 wrote:I just found some 90 minute cds...
Voltcontrol909 wrote:It goes over by 3 minutes. I just found some 90 minute cds but dont know if this will cause burning issues for me and or issues for the printing press
fader8 wrote:Voltcontrol909 wrote:It goes over by 3 minutes. I just found some 90 minute cds but dont know if this will cause burning issues for me and or issues for the printing press
Am I missing something? Why would the silkscreening folks care how long the CD is?
Jmando wrote:I think most, if not all, duping/replicating services have a 78 minute maximum and require a signed disclaimer stating they do not assume responsibility if you encounter any problems with playback due to the length of the program.
fader8 wrote:But back on topic, either way you go, the method of printing on the CD will have no impact on this. Even if you're using a short-run house that uses laser or inkjet CD printers.
lagerfeldt wrote:Data isn't burned, but pressed into a Compact Disc during replication.
lagerfeldt wrote:Yes, that's what I thought at least.
I wouldn't go beyond the (revised) Red Book specs, but I do have a couple of 81+ minutes discs in my collection.
lagerfeldt wrote:The pace is... uptempo... that's the only way they could fit the whole thing on a single CD.
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