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CD/DVD Labeling options.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sam O, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. Sam O

    Sam O

    632
    Jul 24, 2007
    Toronto
    Other than Sharpies, Stick On Labels, and Epson printers what options do I have? Opinions, recommendations?
     
  2. Amarok

    Amarok

    701
    Aug 25, 2008
    Prairie City OR
    Well there is always Lightscribe.
     
  3. There are also Epson printers that will print directly on a CD, but you have to buy special CDs and to me they look like they have labels premade onto them.

    Lightscribe is okay, but not a great option.
     
  4. I used the sticky labels recently for some DVDs, and the darn things wouldn't read after I affixed them. Took them off, and the DVDs worked fine again. Never had that problem on CDs, but I guess I'll stick with Sharpie's from now on.

    Sean
     
  5. whyhan

    whyhan

    301
    Jun 14, 2006
    SF Bay Area
    Stick on labels suck - they have a tendency to get stuck in slotted players. I'd go with lightscribe, although the blanks cost more.
     
  6. Cope

    Cope

    Apr 5, 2007
    Houston, Texas
    I use Lightscribe for special CDs/DVDs, but regular disks and a Sharpie for archival use.
     
  7. worth the read for the sticker probs. thanks

    glenn
     
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