Windows 7 LightScribe and DVD box Covers

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Postby MattMan » Thu Jul 30, 2009 9:36 pm

Here are some custom LightScribe DVD images I made.



Right click and Save as. Image size will be saved as 945x945

You can find some nice DVD box covers on google. http://images.google.com/images?q=windo ... =en&tab=wi
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Postby 0skillz » Fri Jul 31, 2009 12:09 am

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No point in being color for lightscribe... also your cricle wasn't 945x945 - mine is so I hope that yours was just "close enough" or something :) If you want the color ones you can have but the contrast is stronger on the BW versions. I used colors from http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/Framew ... herobg.jpg - I think ultimate is blue but again... no color on lightscribe :P
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Oh yeah... I hate x86 vs x64 because are 64 bit processor not still x86? Yes, yes they are. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86


http://www.lightscribe.com/discussionBo ... sts&t=2228
josh wrote:Hey Scott,

If you would like your Lightscribe DVD's to come out darker there are 2 things you can do to make a dramatic difference. Both require more time investment. The first is to bring up the Lightscribe control panel and check the Modify Contrast settings to print darker labels. The second is to repeat the print job again until it is as dark as you want it.

So there you go. You can convert a color image to BW the correct way and increase the contrast that way, OR you can have fun burning your lightscribe multiple times if you are unhappy with the results. I would explain more but apparently I can't do that without offending someone.
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Postby MattMan » Fri Jul 31, 2009 12:24 am

Nice labels skillz.

Your right there really isn't any point in making them color but for me it was just easier since the images I was working with were already color. Why take the time to make them black and white when they will come out black and white anyway?

I'm not sure what your talking about but the images I put up are 945x945
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