Litescribe Labels

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  1. Steve F M

    Steve F M Screenwriter

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    Anyone know where to find Movie or Music Labels that can be used to burn onto a DVD with the HP Litescribe Movie Burners?

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  2. Jeremy Little

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    The part you etch is the disc itself, I don't believe you can make a label that will allow you to do that.
     
  3. Steve F M

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    Yea I'm looking for a site that will allow me to get the image to etch onto the Litescribe DVD's.

    I have a Video from college for some of my buddies that I want to etch the Movie Cover"Old School" onto these DVD's.

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  4. Mike LS

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    You have to have a Litescribe burner and DVD. The software to do it should be included with the burner.
     
  5. Steve F M

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    I'm looking to get a Litescribe Burner and the Special DVD's. So your saying the software that comes with these would allow me to burn onto the DVD the exact thing on my "Old School" DVD?
     
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    Yep...I dont know if it will be in color though. But the disc looks real professional.
     
  7. Joseph DeMartino

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    The image will be black and white (or rather, black and disc-colored.) Pretty much any disc labeling software will work with LightScribe. The LightScribe drive installs as a printer, so you design your label (from scratch or from a template included with the software) and then "print" to the drive. The drive will take it from there. Depending on how complex your design is, it can take 20 to 30 minutes to "burn" a label.

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    Joe
     
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