When you are interested in distributing software of music, one of the issues you may have to figure out is what medium to use. Most people these days don’t consider the use of DVDs, though it’s still a viable means of doing so. In fact, the use of DVDs for distribution of music and software is a good decision since it has the following benefits:
Everything to do with the use of DVDs is cheap, including buying the blank DVDs, doing DVD duplication and sending them out. You could opt to use media such as flash disks for such distribution, but you are likely to have to pay a lot more. This means that it’s the most attractive means of distribution when you are running low on cash, or just need to save money.
It can be used anywhere
In the past, the use of DVDs was limited due to the fact that most people did not have the right drives and readers for them. Today, however, this is not the case. Most computers that come with a drive have the capacity to read DVDs, which means that this is an issue you may not need to worry about. Of course, the smaller mini laptops may not, but people who have them can simply use another computer (such as in a cyber café) to read the DVDs.
In summary, you should not dismiss the use of such mediums for distribution of data, despite the fact that there are newer ways to do this. The use of DVDs and CDs is still one of the easiest ways to distribute this information, especially when you need to do mass distribution. As long as the duplication is done properly, the quality of the data is also unlikely to be affected, which means that you won’t have to worry about this as well.