would you print the art before you burned the disc ?
First off, sticky labels are a bad option, one of the big risks I didn’t notice anyone address this time is that the labels can come apart in the drive and ruin your hardware. Just don’t do it. As for inkjet printable discs, getting a good burn is really the harder part, I like to start with a really, really, really clean disc to reduce the possibility of a bad burn from a laser not writing correctly through a speck of dust or lint or something, and I don’t see how running it through a printer first is going to do that aspect the least bit of favor. Also, why waste ink on a disc that might not burn correctly anyway?
Perhaps do yourself another favor, get some really cheap inkjet printable discs to practice printing on (and I don’t mean BDRs, just get whatever is cheapest between single layer DVDR or CDR), so when you do have a good burn, you can be sure you don’t screw up the good disc with bad printing.
that sounds like a smart thing to do…especially seeing as how extremely expensive burnable blu-rays are…