I label my Discs with a Oxy-Acetoline Welding Torch.
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Cendyne/Pioneer 105 & 104 with a Dazzle* Hollywood DV-Bridge.
I prefer the CD Stomper labels (glossy) for my DVD's No problems with playback - gets the label centered perfectly. I use Sure Thing label delux software for the label and DVD keep case insert.
Sometimes use Sharpie when in an hurry.
Cryl.... nice... they must look real good, professional like (do you laminate over the top of the paper afterwards?)
Doesn't anyone here use that Yamaha disc t@2 thing? I wanna know if you can make the patterns in the same space as the recorded music/data, or if you have to lose a big chunk of minutes/megabytes in order to get a readably wide strip. Interesting tech but might be ultimately of little use!-= She sez there's ants in the carpet, dirty little monsters! =-
Back after a long time away, mainly because I now need to start making up vidcapped DVDRs for work and I haven't a clue where to start any more!
Lose disk space and requires a dark media side to see it. IE good idea if it was 1998 or 99 but 2002 was a dud.
I don't write on my DVDs, because I am afraid the marker may bleed through and eventually damage the disc. I am not being paranoid -- this kind of thing can happen!
Originally Posted by arcorob
I also label my disc's and use full cases with inserts. I scan and print Inserts via NERO [the one thing it does correctly] on the Data Becker template with Costco glossy photo-paper. And use
Neato 2ups with the old software not Media II but the old original Neato software.
I won't wast the space for the insert pics but they look like store bought even when done @ normal printer settings.
Reduced to 50k
My labels also look Good and I also include in small 9pt text the following information.
What program I used like DVD2on2 or DVDshrink.
Star rating of the movie.
Type of DVDR media used.
Category of the movie like Comedy or Drama.
Year of the movie.
Total time of movie.
Aspect ratio and audio format like Dolby 5.1.