Identical dvd copy

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#1

I’m just wondering if anyone has made a copy of a movie and used like a lightscribe drive to burn the label thats on the original disc with the rating and all the little fine print, and then put it in a dvd case, scanned the cover and pretty much made them identical just for the hell of it I know i would give it a shot if I had a lightscribe drive.


#2

The Chinese do it all the time. Lot’s of pirated movies in Asia…:rolleyes:


#3

I wouldn’t use Lightscribe for this. You won’t get the colors right. Use hub printable dvd blanks and an inkjet printer for dvds. You can scan the original, or possibly get a good picture of the disk and box at cdcovers.cc

Lot of trouble for a backup though.


#4

Lot of trouble for a backup though.

Yeah…seems like too much of a hassle for a back up copy IMO.

shrugs

To each their own i suppose. :slight_smile:


#5

A Sharpie marker is all you need. Plus doesn’t matter if it has a fancy label and a fancy cover, all that matters is that it was a good burn.


#6

[QUOTE=BoSox2882;2050251]A Sharpie marker is all you need. Plus doesn’t matter if it has a fancy label and a fancy cover, all that matters is that it was a good burn.[/QUOTE]

:iagree::iagree:

Same here why spend the extra money on lightscribe media that is only SL and doesn;t come in DL lightscribe. All you need is to write the correct title and name or espisode and your done.


#7

:iagree:

Yep. The quality of the burn is far more important than the artwork on the disc.


#8

Everyone is absolutely correct. Created art is to be sensually enjoyed, not to be hidden inside of an electronic gadget.