Plus cost of blank discs.
See the DVD copying page for direct duplication of discs, instead.
Most jobs completed in less than three days.
Recorded DVDs mayn't play back in all DVD players, it usually requires a recent player designed to handle DVD + or − discs (see DVD formats info page). They're not the same as pre-recorded movie discs that you buy (DVD-Video), merely similar.
The recorder has three decent quality modes: HQ, a medium quality, & SP mode, providing for approximately 1 to 2 hours per disc. There are other modes providing longer lengths, but approximately 3 hours is the maxium length that still looks reasonable. Longer play modes are quite dreadful, and best avoided. I use the most suitable mode, and I span material longer than 3 hours across more than one disc. If you want it recorded in another way, be sure to let me know.
DVD menu generation is done by the recorder, and is rather simplistic: A frame is grabbed from the recording, and a simple title can be typed below it.
I cannot transcode between different video standards (e.g. PAL and NTSC).
Although I can do computer-based DVD copying (duplication of the same thing), I do not do computer-based DVD recording (re-recording of material), at this time.
Copyrighted material cannot be reproduced without permission. That means getting permission from the holder of the copyright (those who created the works). It does not refer to asking your friend if they don't mind you copying some movie that they bought. They cannot give you permission to copy it, they don't hold the copying rights. Do not ask us to copy some copyrighted movie. We cannot do this, even if it was one that you've bought.