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document 793: Are LightScribe discs safe to touch when I remove them from the drive?
Yes - at least on the label side. There's no ink to smudge if you touch the label surface of a LightScribe disc, and the disc should not be hot or in any other way dangerous when you remove it. As with any CD or DVD, though, try to avoid touching the data side of the disc to prevent damaging...
19 Jun, 2008
document 794: Where can I get art designed especially for LightScribe labels?
Acoustica has art packs specially designed for LightScribe labels (although you can use them for non-LightScribe labels too). It's a free download; all that's required is that you have Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker installed on your computer. Learn more about Acoustica's LightScribe...
27 Jun, 2008
document 795: Can I double-print my LightScribe label (print the same label twice on the same disc) to increase the contrast?
Our contacts at HP recommend strongly against this. There's a possibility that printing the same label multiple times on the same LightScribe disc could damage the data side of your disc. If you want to increase the contrast of your LightScribe printouts, try the LightScribe contrast...
19 Jun, 2008
document 796: Are LightScribe labels rewritable, like the data surfaces of CD-RW or DVD-RW discs?
No. LightScribe labels can't be erased. Once they're on your disc, they're there to stay. Learn more about Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker (now with LightScribe support!) Download Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker
19 Jun, 2008
document 797: Is there any way to increase the quality of printouts I get with LightScribe?
Yes. First, make sure you've selected the "Best" quality option from the LightScribe print dialog in Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker when you print. If you want even higher contrast than you get in "Best" mode, install LightScribe's contrast-enhancement utility. It will increase the quality of...
19 Jun, 2008
document 798: Can I use my computer for other tasks while a LightScribe label is burning?
Yes. LightScribe labels don't have the buffer-underrun issues that can affect the data sides of discs, so there's no need to worry that you could cause problems by running other software while your disc is getting labeled. If you want, you can even use Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker to edit the...
19 Jun, 2008
document 799: What happens if I try to use LightScribe to print a label on a non-LightScribe disc?
Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker will detect that the disc you're using is a non-LightScribe disc and will prompt you to insert a LightScribe disc. It will also detect if you've inserted the disc data-side down instead of label-side down and alert you that you need to flip the disc over. More about...
19 Jun, 2008
document 800: Does the CD Label Maker support Light Scribe?
Yes, Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker version 3 does support LightScribe. Download the latest version of Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker here. If you don't see a LightScribe option among the toolbar icons along the top of the label maker's screen, make sure you've got the latest LightScribe drivers...
27 Jun, 2008
document 801: I've got a LightScribe drive installed on my computer, but I don't see any LightScribe options in Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker.
If you don't see any LightScribe-related stuff in Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker (such as a "LightScribe" button on the main toolbar or a "LightScribe" page on the Preferences dialog), it probably means you haven't installed the LightScribe System Software. You can download the LightScribe System...
19 Jun, 2008
document 802: Why is all my background art black and white now?
Starting with Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker version 3, we added support for LightScribe drives. LightScribe drives can only print grayscale images and all the images will appear in black and white. To see color images again, click the Disc Color icon in the upper right corner of the...
27 Jun, 2008