Print Options

Print Options
Print Options
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Now, to really stand out…

All of our Video Brochures are offset litho printed in full colour – with your choice of gloss or matt lamination – resulting in high quality covers with sharp images, graphics and text, bold colours and a lovely tactile finish.

Of course, all this comes as standard, but if you’re looking to make a real impact, how about one of these?


Yes, we know we said lamination is already included as standard, but what is it?

It’s a finishing process for the printed covers which involves applying a thin layer of protective material to the card surface. This enhances its durability, improves the appearance, is easy to clean and gives a professional look and feel.

Your choice is whether to go for a gloss or matt finish (or maybe no lamination at all!).

Spot Colours

When colour consistency and accuracy is crucial – particularly if using big blocks of colour – we can print the covers using a combination of CMYK and spot colours. With a standardised system, such as the Pantone Matching System, we can ensure you’ll get the precise colours you expect. 

Metallic Inks

Metallic inks offer a unique way to add a touch of bling to the cover of your Video Brochures, making them a popular choice for projects where visual impact is a key consideration.

Containing metallic particles or pigments, metallic inks are special printing inks which provide a shiny, reflective quality creating eye-catching and visually appealing effects.

Spot UV Varnish

Spot UV varnish is a technique for adding emphasis to specific elements within the print.

It involves applying a gloss or matt coating to very specific areas of the printed cover creating a contrast between the glossy and non-glossy areas, adding a visually striking and tactile element to the Video Brochure.

Foil Blocking

Often used when a premium and distinctive appearance is desired.

Also known as hot foil stamping or simply foil stamping, it involves applying a thin layer of metallic or pigmented foil to a surface through a combination of heat and pressure, creating a shiny and reflective design or pattern on the printed cover.

Embossing & Debossing

Add a level of elegance and sophistication.

Embossing involves stamping a design into the cover creating a raised effect.

Debossing involves pressing a design or pattern into the cover, creating a depressed or indented effect.

Together they add a tactile and three-dimensional quality to the printed Video Brochure cover.


Want to know more about your print options and how to get that WOW factor? Send us your questions using the form below and we’ll be in touch as quickly as we can.

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