I’ve put paper labels on over a 100 DVDs, and I’ll eventually take them all off.
I liked the idea of having nice labels, as opposed to hand-written titles with a Sharpie. When I make my own mix CDs, I like nice color labels on them.
Anyhow, most movies with paper labels wouldn’t play until I removed the paper label. I peel off what I can by hand, spray the rest with Goo Gone, De-Solv-It, or something similar. Every disc that wouldn’t play with a label on it played fine once the label was removed. I’ve NEVER had to re-burn a disc.
I use a Sharpie now, and don’t give a rat’s ass about fancy labels on my movies, at least not until someone makes labels that work.
I have had audio CDs with playback errors in the last several tracks. Maybe it was the labels I used, I don’t know. Some labeled discs played fine for years, some never played well at all.
Paper must be a bad thing.