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Labelling my backed up dvds!

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by neewbie, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. neewbie

    neewbie Regular member

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    Gday im sick of my dvds being in crapy black dvd cases so i wanted to get covers from the net cd.covers.cc i believe... and print them onto the discs and make the covers so they look all nice! i would use the original but i donthave a scanner. is there any good labeling software? i have used neato and had failed several years ago (this was for my cds!) but yeah any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
     
  2. freedom2

    freedom2 Regular member

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    Yes there is it's called a Black (Sharpie) Marker.

    Some people say, using paper label's will cause problems, other's
    don't. but you are asking for problems when you start using them




    good day........
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  3. DFL

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    As always; it comes down to what works for you. I like having labels on mine and so far, after approximately 100 copies with labels, no problems. I download the covers from cd.covers and use Surething CD Labeler to print them with, works great. I may come to regret putting labels on, but for now, no worries.
     
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    GrandpaBW Active member

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    I use labels, but I don't replay my DVD's much, so I haven't had a problem, so far.

    I still use the Neato Label Maker program, but I have a scanner, so I can scan my original.
     
  5. EliaZInn

    EliaZInn Guest

    Guys, i bought an epson printer that print on the dvd, works amazing. Looks perfect. I do not use it at the best quality setting in orger to save the ink, but still looks much better then a label and wont mess up the playing or damage your dvd player, from what i know.


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  6. neewbie

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    Thanks for your help! :)
     
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    No problems in labelling your cases - do not used labels on your DVD's - you will regret it in the longer term.
     

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