• CDs, DVDs and more
Audiovisual ‘publications’ on CDs are becoming increasingly popular, and are taking over from videotape as the medium of choice for dynamic combinations of speech, video sequences and PowerPoint-type slide presentations. They are inexpensive to reproduce, can incorporate written texts and printable documents, and be circulated in similar ways to conventionally printed literature. They thus form an excellent alternative for information packages that are too large to be sent by email.
CDs, in their turn, will no doubt be superseded by DVDs, as increasing numbers of people become equipped to read the larger capacity disks.
Whichever support is used, professional standards of creation and editing should be employed to produce an end result that can stand alone as a positive endorsement for your work and your project.