Maybe you’ve organized a school play, and you want to sell copies of the performance to parents as a fundraiser. Maybe you want to send out “new baby” videos to your family circle. Or maybe you’ve used iDVD to create a video brochure of your small business’s products and services.
In each of these cases, burning the DVDs one at a time on your own Mac looks more and more like a time-consuming, expensive hassle.
When you want to make more than a handful of copies of your DVD, you might want to consider enlisting the aid of a DVD service bureau.
Technically, these companies offer two different services: