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moondog830

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My main question is ... if I burn something onto a CD as data can I do that with one program and then turn around and use lightScribe to 'scribe' an image on the other side?

I THINK I've said this right and I'm sure all the SMART people here will understand.

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Lightscribe is the basic art of burning the label on the disk as well. However you can't use any old disk for this, you have to have special lightscribe disks in order to do this as they're coated differently.
Most CD burning software that supports Lightscribe will do both - the data and the lightscribe. You just flip the disk over when asked.
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Wikipedia: LightScribe
http://en.wikipedia....iki/LightScribe
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Lightscribe is the basic art of burning the label on the disk as well. However you can't use any old disk for this, you have to have special lightscribe disks in order to do this as they're coated differently.
Most CD burning software that supports Lightscribe will do both - the data and the lightscribe. You just flip the disk over when asked.



First, thanks for your response. I guess I should clarify ... I want to create a movie for my nephew that is playable on ANY DVD and I usually use ConvertXtoDVD for that purpose and can't figure out how to get that done any other way. So what I'd like to do is burn the movie to disk with ConvertXtoDVD and then use my lightScribe to burn an image.

So based on your response, I would be able to do that?

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