As a newbie, I posted this question originally in the newbie forum....but I realize it doesn't go there. I am now putting it in the right section. 2 people were kind enough to respond (as I have quoted here) but one person said that no stick on labels could be recommended, and another said I was talking about the clear labels.
I will get the clear lables if need be...but I was hoping someone else might give me a recomendation first. Surely there is someone here who has tried these different things and can say which one works and which one sucks. Also....with all these problems with stick on labels...it seems like some company would make dvds labels that address this issue directly.
I just don't want to ruin my movies on dvd, just because I want to label them.
Here is my original post:
I am new here, and I THOUGHT I had purchased a lightscribe dvd burner drive from circuit city in Jan....
I had a bunch of regular blank dvds that weren't lightscribe...so I waited until I used them all before getting new dvds that were lightscribe.Well, it turns out my dvd burder is NOT a lightscribe burner.
Apparently there are ULTRA THIN (like tracing paper) labels that are made by Avery or Tudor that won't effect play of a dvd.
I tried looking them up....but I just got a bunch of matte paper ones...and some called Matte FILM ones....I didn't know which of these were the "ultra thin" like tracing paper.
I REALLY want to lable my dvds without simply using a magic marker, but I cannot afford to get a new printer to do it, and since circuit city went out of business...I am stuck with this burner.
Can anyone tell em EXACTLY what to get if I want these ultra thin labels?
Please help and be descriptive. I am new at this stuff!
YEs...they are thinner, but do they actually work without stopping proper playback?
Thanks for the input.