DVD Packaging Options


DVD Packaging Options

Your media project is finished. All that’s left is to create an attractive way to package it. Read on for some DVD packaging options.

DVD Packaging Options

Make your content shine: you may spend hours adding finishing touches to your masterpiece, but packaging may influence your audience as much as the movie itself. Whether replicating or duplicating existing DVDs or transferring home videos, fit the packaging to the content. Disc Hounds offers a variety of DVD packaging options ranging from standard snap cases to jewel cases featuring your custom images. Achieve control over your media content by tailoring DVD cases to your specific project. Ensure that you don’t go over budget with our wide range of packaging options: we have something for everyone.

Packaging Types

Jewel cases: Achieve a classic design at an economical price. Design a custom printed insert to make your disk memorable.

DVD booklets: Present multiple disks in a cohesive and professional package. Choose a custom image to add your personal touch.

Clam shell: Need extra protection? The clam shell offers lightweight packaging with more protection than other plastic, paper, or cardboard options. Ideal for large giveaways or sending through the mail.

Wallet cases: Showcase your image or logo with this lightweight and cost effective option. Popular for displaying promotional materials.

Digipack: Hold multiple disks in a case with sleek and modern design. Each case consists of a gloss or matte printed card with your custom image, and a clear plastic tray.

Sell your idea

Achieve professional quality with ease using your own artwork. Choose between a variety of standard packaging types and we can tailed your image to the design specifications so the finished product looks flawless. Be sure we capture your unique vision: review proofs before deciding the final product so you don’t get any surprises.

Contact the pros at Disc Hounds today to talk about your DVD packaging needs. Call us at 610-696-8668 today.

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