I have about two dozen copies of a training video I have to burn for a customer. I've heard that adhesive labels cause problems on DVDs. Is there any truth to that story? What's the recommended method for DVD labeling?
I've seen information on the Light Scribe system. Is that a useful/efficient method.
These are not likely to be archive material, but they should last several years.
[David Roth Weiss]"You buy white inkjet printable DVDs."
Don't know if you'd tried it or not, but you can also get silver inkjet printable DVDs, that are really elegant for simpler print jobs that aren't full coverage with pics, but mostly black text and perhaps a colored logo element or two. The text and other elements look almost like they are slightly 3D on the silver background. Much more elegant than on a white background. This type of printing also is much easier on the ink and generally faster.