Being able to burn a DVD is useful for both proofing your titles on set-top DVD players
and burning the finished project (when only a small number of discs are required). You
can also burn a disc for a duplication or replication facility to use as a master when larger
quantities are needed.
You cannot burn discs that support Macrovision copy-protection or Content Scrambling
System (CSS) encryption. These must be created at a replication facility.
Note: For best results, it is recommended that you supply the replication facility with a
DLT tape or hard disk instead of a burned DVD disc. Be sure to confirm with the facility
what formats it supports.