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Can't find anything on the board relating to DVD labelling. What do other members use, ie labels and software. I have had a look at some software but it shows templates for makes and types of labels that I can't find suppliers of. Any thoughts and ideas!
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This topic has been discussed off and on for quite a while. I realize you are not asking about the pros and cons of labels vs.print to disc, so I will not go into that.

Before I did buy a disc printer I used the CD Stomper with much success. It is made by Avery, so the labels are, of course, readily available.
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Post by sjj1805 »

There are several posts relating to the pro's and cons of sticking lables onto a DVD. Here is a lengthy one.
Opinions on DVD labels?
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Post by woodchuck »

John,

The HP D5360 will print on printable DVD's. It is discontinuted but I was fortunate to get a new one on ebay for $10.00. There were no cartridges with it so I had to lay out money for that. I purchased the printable DVDs from Shop4Tech.com. I have dedicated this printer for this purpose only and I love the results.

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