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    Ok here is a question for you I have read about injet printable dvd media, now what are these? I know there is a lightscribe burners that will burn titles on the dvd's but they are expensive.but how do thay work thanks sweepe007

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    I'm not sure if you're asking how the printable work or the lightscribe. I have the lightscribe, they work well. They take some time to burn the image and the media is still expensive. Don't know much about the inkjet printables.

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    Talking dvd

    it is the inkjet printables i am wondering about thanks

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    Here is a link to an interesting post by drf. Just ignore the bantering.

    http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=62454

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    Cool printable dvd

    thanks, you are right it is wordy I guess it is better to just write the title on the dvd (A sharpie is cheaper than ink) thanks again

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    An inkjet CD printer works very much like a regular paper inkjet printer. The ink is sprayed from nozzles onto the inkjet printable CD-R surface. After printing, the CDs are coated with a lacquer or laminate to ensure the CDs are highly water and scratch proof. The print quality is superb.

    And LightScribe is an innovative technology that uses a special disc drive, special media, and label-making software to burn labels directly onto CDs and DVDs.Your labels can be whatever you want them to be. Create one-of-a-kind designs with your own photos, text, and artwork using your label-making software.
    More info. about Ligthscribe here

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