In the light of the upcoming release of my new piano library (5.1 Gigabytes) I wonder how many users here can read DVD-rom\'s on their Giga-system. I found several people and studio\'s still have CD-ROM devices only.
Not me (yet) but I\'m still running a 333MHz Pentium III, so I\'m due for an upgrade pretty sonn, and i will have then.
I\'d think you\'d want to release two versions (if that\'s not cost-prohibitive...) CDs are cheap, tho, compared to pressing DVD. Of course if you burn them yourself onesey/twoseys, it doesn\'t matter.
I have one in my home-studio but not my \"work studio\".
I know certain video games that come on multiple cds have a \"mail-in\" option that you can send in the cds and get one DVD. I imagine if you are doing this independently though, that could get very expensive.
Actually there is little difference in duplications costs between a DVD and 6 cd\'s.
I just find that there aren\'t too many Giga-users that have DVD\'s in their set-up.
I have several PC\'s and I had to build the DVD players in those systems myself. The only system that came with a DVD drive was a Gateway PC that I use at home.
I\'m thinking of having the cd\'s pressed and offering an option for a DVD-R.