AMR PRODUCTIONS can reproduce your multimedia presentations of Text, Sound,
Animation, Music, Voice Over Narrartion, Video Clips, Flash, PowerPoint, Databases,
Documents and/or PDF files. The final interactive project can be delivered on a CD-ROM
or DVD-ROM disk programmed to playback on PC, Mac or both (hybrid).
The type of projects best suited for CD-ROM distribution are endless and it's also often more cost-effective to distribute projects on disc rather than traditional materials!
Interactive Catalogs & Brochures
All duplication is completed on Premium Grade CD-R & DVD-R media discs.
Orders include: Paper sleeves & duplication.
Price does not include printing or cases.
1 - 49 ......... $3.50
49 - 99 ......... $2.25
100 - 299 ....... $1.75
300 - 500 ....... $1.50
ZIP & JAZ Disk to CD-ROM Transfer - $20.00ea. (up to 700MB per disc
Standard & Slim Cases ....... $.50ea
Blank CD-R / DVD-R Media ........ $1.00ea
Pre-Mastering, Digital Audio Cleaning, Editing & Special Graphic Design
Services: $85.00 per hour (1 hour minimum)
CD-ROM (Compact Disc, Read-Only-Memory) is an adaptation of the CD that
is designed to store computer data in the form of text and graphics, as well as hi-fi
stereo sound. Format of the CD-ROM is the same as for audio CDs: a standard CD is
120 mm (4.75 inches) in diameter and 1.2 mm (0.05 inches) thick and is composed of
a polycarbonate plastic substrate (underlayer - this is the main body of the disc),
one or more thin reflective metal (usually aluminum) layers, and a lacquer coating.
AMR Productions produces CD-ROMs that are standardized and will work in any standard CD-ROM drive. CD-ROM drives can also read audio compact discs for music, although CD players cannot read CD-ROM discs.
CD-ROM Data Storage
Although the disc media and the drives of the CD and CD-ROM are, in principle, the same, there is a difference in the way data storage is organized. Two new sectors were defined, Mode 1 for storing computer data and Mode 2 for compressed audio or video/graphic data.
Data Encoding and Reading
The CD-ROM, like other CD adaptations, has data encoded in a spiral track beginning at the center and ending at the outermost edge of the disc. The spiral track holds approximately 650 MB of data. That's about 5.5 billion bits. The distance between two rows of pits, measured from the center of one track to the center of the next track is referred to as track pitch. The track pitch can range from 1.5 to 1.7 microns, but in most cases is 1.6 microns.
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