LIGHT SCRIBE


R

RON

I am making a movie and in a week or so I will take the last shots of the
movie and be done. What I want to know since I have a week until I can get
the shot. Can I go ahead and burn the Lightscribe design on the discs I will
be sending out AND then when I get the shot and finish the movie still be
able to import the movie onto them. It would be a big time save obviously and
dont want to do it if it means I wont be able to import the movie onto them.
Thanks in advance.
 
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J

John Inzer

RON said:
I am making a movie and in a week or so I will take the last shots of
the movie and be done. What I want to know since I have a week until
I can get the shot. Can I go ahead and burn the Lightscribe design on
the discs I will be sending out AND then when I get the shot and
finish the movie still be able to import the movie onto them. It
would be a big time save obviously and dont want to do it if it means
I wont be able to import the movie onto them. Thanks in advance.
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I think it's always best to do a test when you
have a project that includes several steps.

Anyway.....

To burn the Label...you have to insert the disk...
upside down...after burning the label...the disk
must be ejected and turned right side up...so I
see no reason why the label cannot be burned
in advance.

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J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 
R

RON

Thanks, I see no reason either. But in the world of Compooters and such
weirder things have happened.
 
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John Inzer

RON said:
Thanks, I see no reason either. But in the world of Compooters and
such weirder things have happened.
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Like I suggested...the best bet is always
to do a test...then you know for sure.


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J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 

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