Sign In

Post #903664

Author
one69chev
Parent topic
Custom blu-ray setfor the Despecialized Editions
Link to post in topic
https://originaltrilogy.com/post/id/903664/action/topic#903664
Date created
3-Feb-2016, 10:16 AM

I used Avery.eu for my label printing and it allows for vertical and horizontal adjustment of the image, but there is still some level of guess work. I was not able to find a disk label that I really liked, so I used the Avery’s for a while. Then I found some specifically for Blu ray discs from a company called Herma, but my inkjet would not print on them, so I had a commercial printer do them for me. This ended up being the best option for me. The labels I have been using are here:

http://www.herma.co.uk/en/product-catalogue/labels/data-carrier/dvd/dvd-labels-a4-superprint-lasercopy-4699.html

I wasted a lot of money and time trying to get it just right, whereas the printer I take them to now does all the work, I just peel and stick…