[QUOTE=Jim;2606460]I guess that is an alternative but I was only going to do 6 or 8 Disks. I made quite an elaborate DVD of my Niece’s Wedding in Mexico last October, and “dumbed it down” to DVD. I used Lightscribe DVDs and the lable turned out really well. For their first Anniversary I thought it would be cool to “release” the BluRay version in HD.[/QUOTE]
That’s really nice of you, and I’m sure it will be greatly appreciated:clap: .
I’ve done a few similar projects, and trust me, putting it on an inkjet printable with a custom photo-quality label often gets the biggest “WOW” from the recipient. “You made that yourself?” . Investing in an Epson Artisan would also give you a top-notch scanner and photo printer(and fax if you go with an 800). The 700-800 models can always be found for around $100.00. Currently the epson store has an 810 refurb on clearance for $109.00. I think you’ll find that the cost is justified for the level of “cool” and professionalism it brings to your projects . I suspect that a stick-on label would be an even bigger risk for trouble with BD media spinning at higher RPM’s.