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I have recently run a number of presentations skills training sessions which ends with a final presentation from participants which I recorded and play back to them. Fairly standard I'm sure!

After the sessions a couple of participants approached me about having a copy of their presentation, either on video or dvd which I'd like to be able to offer to all participants, cost permitting.

Does anyone have any ideas of where I can get this done and rough costs? I'm based in London if that helps.

Many thanks in advance for your help.


Mary MacLean

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  1. Digital recording?
    Hi Mary, I’m assuming that your original recording of the presentations was done on a digital cam-corder. If so, it’s really simple to burn onto a DVD yourself. All you need to do is plug into your PC/laptop through a USB port and then burn onto a DVD disc.

    If this is going to become a regular feature of your program, and you don’t have a CD/RW drive on your PC and a DVD/ROM drive, I’d suggest you get them installed. Then other than the one-time costs of the drives and software such as Nero, your only on-going costs are the blank DVD discs which are so cheap.

    Compared to paying commercially each time, this option is infinitely cheaper, and gives you so much more flexibility.

    If you aren’t recording right now on a digital cam-corder, I’d strongly recommend you invest in one, and they are not as expensive these days as you may think.


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