Memorex Introduces Director's Cut DVD Media
Posted May 16, 2005

Memorex puts consumers right in the director's chair with its new Director's Cut recordable DVD media. Designed for movie buffs and novice home movie producers, the Director's Cut DVD family, now available in standard and mini DVD formats, comes packaged in a movie reel-style metal tin and includes several safeguards that help eliminate threats to DVD preservation.

At eight centimeters in diameter, Director's Cut Mini DVD-R discs are suited for home video recording with DVD camcorders like the Sony Handycam, as well as mobile storage of multimedia presentations, videos, and MP3 files.

The full-sized DVD+R discs are ideal for transferring VHS tapes to DVD and saving home movies, in addition to mobile storage of precious photos, favorite music and important data. Both products feature a Hollywood-themed disc print that resembles a movie director's marker board. A movie reel-style, metal storage tin comes with every package of Director's Cut media from Memorex. Reminiscent of movie vault storage, these tins help maintain the integrity of important recordings by preventing exposure to light, one of the top threats to proper DVD preservation.

Director's Cut DVDs also feature Memorex's DuraLayer technology, a special scratch-resistant hard coating that also eliminates other threats to DVD preservation like dust, debris and rough handling.

Memorex Director's Cut recordable media is now available in major retail stores in the U.S. and Canada. A 10-pack of standard 4.7 GB Director's Cut DVDs with movie-reel tin lists for $17.99. A 10-pack of 1.4 GB Director's Cut mini DVDs with movie-reel tin retails for a suggested price of $17.99.

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