How big is a DVD sleeve?

How big is a DVD sleeve?

A standard DVD cover measures 184mm (7.25″) by 273mm (10.75″). Depending on your printer and paper size, it is possible to fit an entire DVD cover onto a single sheet of paper (A4, which is the standard size of paper, is more than large enough).

What size is DVD case?

The height and width of a (closed) keep case are fixed at 190mm (7.48 inches) and 135mm (5.315 inches), respectively. The thickness may vary to accommodate more discs (“multi” case) or to require less shelf space (“slim” or “thin” case). For a typical single-disc case it is 15mm.

What is a DVD sleeve?

Our DVD sleeve can hold the DVD cover and other extra material, so you do not have to throw it away. The closing flap ensures that your DVD’s do not fall out of the sleeve. Save 70% space in your DVD collection, compared with traditional DVD jewel cases, which take up more room on a shelf or in a drawer.

Are paper sleeves safe for DVDs?

As long as you take care not to get any dust/ debris in the sleeve or on the disc, and avoid pressing the DVDs against the paper/backing as you slide them into or out of the sleeve, you shouldn’t have any problems. Storing them flat is supposed to be bad for them, so try to keep your sleeves or binders upright.

What is the weight of a DVD and case?

How much do DVD’s weigh? They are light in weight. A DVD weighs just 0.58 ounces on average (0.016 kg). The case that holds the DVD weighs around 2.37 ounces (0.067 kg).

Why are CD and DVD cases different sizes?

Question: Why are CD and DVD cases different sizes? This awkward packaging was used so the new compact discs could fit in the bins originally used for vinyl. Only later, when the CD manufacturers had to admit how much cardboard they were wasting, was the jewel case introduced.

Do DVD sleeves damage them?

CD sleeves or DVD and Blu-ray sleeves are often used to store optical disc media because they are cheap and space saving. However, storage in CD paper or plastic sleeves, or any other kind of optical disc sleeve can cause damage or deterioration.

Do sleeves damage DVDs?

Sleeves, as you said, can scratch the disc, and the windows on them can adhere to the disc depending on the conditions they’re stored in… and this can destroy the discs’ laquer in the worst cases.