At 10:36 AM 3/24/2006, Steven Smolian wrote:
>Apparently, these DID get under my radar. The MAM gold surface DVD
>is available. My point is moot.
Not totally as I think MAM-A is claiming an 80 year life expectancy
for them vs. their 300 year claim for the CD-R.
My supplier has switched to the Archival version of the CD-R, by the
way, so that is good news for me. It's a few pennies more per disc,
but at least from a marketing perspective I can say I'm using the
best of the best <smile>.
> At the moment, I have no experience working with audio encoded
> DVDs. Might we hear from those who do?
I think Tom Fine has done some. I am using them strictly as a file
I offer four delivery methods at the moment:
MP3 or WAV downloads
Red Book Audio CD-Rs
Files on DVD-R (I have the gold on order)
Files on FW/USB drive
Check copies are either download or Red Book CD-Rs.
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