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dweez
post Feb 22 2007, 11:33 PM
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Okay, I just picked up some ritek printable to hub dvd's and I'm experimenting with direct to dvd printing. I'm using epson print to cd. First, I set the inner ring to 21 and the outer to 119 attempting to get full coverage. The result = small white ring on the outer left and the inner right. So, I figured I'd up the diameters to get rid of the little bit of white. I went to 20 and 120. Result = small white ring on the outer right and the inner left. The opposite of what I got the first time. I can clearly see, in both cases, that the ink is on the plastic beyond the printable material. So, I'm printing beyond the diameter of the actual printable area of the disc, but I still get a little bit of white. WTF! Do I need to mess with the alignment? Any help here would be greatly appreciated. I don't want to screw up all of my discs just to figure this out. Thanks guys.

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post Feb 23 2007, 12:18 AM
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okay you roughly have same settings to mine.
mine are inner ring 22 and outta 119
when you goto print on the box that comes up
you should have an option adjust print position
go there and move to which way the print out is off
mine is 0.1 mm to the right...... hope this helps


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post Feb 23 2007, 02:04 AM
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In print adjust line up cross marks as close to center as possible should be fine.
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Thanks guys. Demon - your settings are for ritek I assume?
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post Feb 23 2007, 10:45 AM
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yes m8 ritek full face


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Hi guys. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/waving.gif)

I didnīt feel like making a new thread for this so Iīll just shout out my question here if thatīs OK (itīs sort of related.)

What Label-program do you guys use? I have used Acoustica CD label maker for my Canon PiXMA IP5300 so far, but is there any other good/better?

Iīve been having some problems with acoustica and so Iīm thinking of switching...

thx guys!
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I use CD-Labelprint which came with my Canon Pixma IP6000D
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