Blu-ray, DVD & CD

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Professional Optical

Whether using printable DVD media to archive movies, printable CD media to back-up your music library, or printable BD-R media to record HD content, your printer type determines the media required.

  • Inkjet – Verbatim inkjet printable DVDs, CDs and BD-Rs are qualified for use with inkjet disc printers such as Primera, Epson, Microboards, and Rimage
  • Thermal – Verbatim White Thermal discs, available in CD, DVD and BD-R formats, are compatible with thermal printers, including Rimage Everest and Prism
  • Silk Screen – Verbatim “Shiny Silver” CD-R, DVD+R and DVD-R discs provide an ideal surface for silk-screening by duplicators
 
What are my options for long-term storage?
 
UltraLife™ Archival Grade Gold – CD-R and DVD-R
Manufactured using proprietary, unique Dual Reflective Layers (DRL) these discs contain a silver layer for broad compatibility and a gold layer for long archival life. In proper conditions, these CDs and DVDs are designed to last up to 100 years, making them ideal for the preservation of important records and critical data.
 
Ultra-Density Optical Cartridges (UDO)
Based on blue laser technology, these cartridges are designed to provide reliable, long-term archival storage, for up to 50 years. For greater flexibility, consider UDO Re-Writable cartridges, which support more than 10,000 direct overwrite cycles, allowing you to update data as needed. Verbatim UDO cartridges are compatible with UDO drives and libraries from Plasmon, HP and more.
 
 
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