Video Copy Services (VCS), an Atlanta-based CD and DVD duplication company, is pleased to announce that they have doubled their capacity to produce copy protected DVDs. Utilizing the industry-leading Rimage Video Protect™ (RVP) anti-rip technology from Rimage Corporation, VCS is now positioned to better meet the growing demand for copy protected discs. In addition, VCS has doubled their printing capacity, another step which allows the company to offer even faster turn-around times for all CD and DVD duplication jobs.
“We have received a tremendous amount of positive feedback from clients that are currently using RVP,” says Director of Business Development Trish Thompson. “The security it provides is perfect for the producer or filmmaker that not only wants to prevent unauthorized duplication of a DVD, but also wants to prevent individuals from posting their sensitive material on the Internet. And now, with our added capacity, we can offer faster delivery on copy protected DVDs.”
RVP, a fully integrated copy management solution for DVD video, offers an optimized combination of strong copy protection with extremely high playback compatibility. Copy controlled discs give you full DVD playability matching that of unprotected DVD-Rs without affecting menus, special features and extras. For more information on the benefits of RVP, please visit http://www.video-copy.com/rvp-copy-protection.shtml.
Founded in 1984, VCS is a CD and DVD duplication company offering full HD capabilities and a broad range of audio and video services. Since 1997, their focus has been on providing broadcast videotape duplication, CD duplication and DVD duplication services to the broadcast industry, film and music industries, religious groups, government agencies and corporate clients. VCS accommodates a wider range of video formats than any other video duplication company in the Southeast and routinely handles production runs from one to one million copies. An industry leader in video encoding and video transcoding services, VCS can support virtually any standard or high definition video format.