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"No setup, mastering, or hidden charges.."   It's cheap because it's
automated.  The only disadvantage is limited/no customer service.  I've
used them with no problem, and I have a friend who uses them all the time
for indie film deliveries.

Chris Walsh

On Wed, Jan 1, 2014 at 3:18 PM, Jean Weber <> wrote:

Do they have a setup fee? That's usually the killer when the files are
updated frequently: too expensive for TDF/LO to provide the service.
(That's one reason the user guides are provided through Lulu: no setup


On Thursday, January 2, 2014, Christopher Walsh wrote:

There is a very affordable print on demand service called
Kunaki<> in

NY that specializes in automated small run DVD burning.    They burn data
as well as movie files.   When you add shipping via US Mail, the total per
disc is  around $5 (US only).  $1 dollar for the disc and $ 4.30 for

I like that Kunaki would always be available, they even offer a
publish-at-no-cost solution, which would let people order directly from

Alternatively, I do have replicator and printer at home, and am willing to
fill in short term for small orders.

Chris Walsh

On Wed, Jan 1, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:

On 12/31/2013 08:20 PM, Jean Weber wrote:

On Wed, Jan 1, 2014 at 6:49 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster
<> wrote:

As the person who creates the NA-DVD .iso, I have offered to burn and
print labels for the DVD[s] if people cannot download the file[s] for

I have a printer that will print on the printable DVD media so it

Right at this time, I have had a severe health setback and cannot make
DVDs for the next few months, or more.

So, is there any USA person who might be willing to take the NA-DVD
1- download it,
2 - use the included label file[s] to print directly into the media,
3 - and ship it to USA people who would like the DVD.

I charge the person Priority mail rates and a fee for the media
this is not a free service.

There are people who wants the DVD [4.1.4 or 4.0.6] right now, but I
been in and out of the hospital and have difficulty going to the
office, let alone the post office.  So I could use a volunteer to do
type of work.

The NA-DVD project was designed to make the DVD available, in both a
download file and a physical media that users could get access to.
file part is on the LO server system, but the providing of the
media is the issue at this time.

To be honest, if there was someone in Canada and the other English
regions that could do this for their regions/countries, it would be

So, with my health issues, I can no longer provide the burned/printed
for the at least a month or two, or longer.

So is there anyone in the USA who would be willing to make and ship
physical LO NA-DVD project DVD[s]?

Tim Lungstrom

Tim, sorry to hear about your health problems. Hope you improve as
quickly as possible.

All, this may be a good incentive for us to investigate commercial
services that will burn, label, and ship single or multiple DVDs. For
example, (Note: I know
nothing about that particular service and have never used them; it's
just an example of what's available.) No doubt some, or most, charge
too much in upfront (setup) costs to be viable, but worth
investigating I think. If I have time over the next few weeks, I'll
investigate it myself.


I think some of these print on demand services we looked into and the
costs were not good for the single disc ordering.  But that was last

Also, every few months we have a new version of LO to deal with for a
 Right now, the 4.1.x line is ready[?] to take over the distribution of
from the "stable" 4.0.6 version of the DVD.  At least that is what it
like on the "lists".  So if we make a print-on-demand service DVD
for 4.1.4, it will be replaced by 4.1.5 or 4.1.6?

As for just burning the DVD and handing them out. . . .  Well, that is a
good thing to do for friends, but for businesses you need something more
professional looking.  The DVD contains the label artwork so after you
download the DVD .iso file, you can burn the DVD onto printable media
then use your media printing "printer" to print the "professional
label.  You can get a Canon printer that prints onto CDs and DVDs for
$100 USD.  I have two of them, but only use

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