http://live.pirillo.com/ – Snowy wanted to know what LightScribe was and what it was like using.
LightScribe is a technology that lets you inscribe the non-data side of your LightScribe capable media (you can’t use a regular CD-R or DVD-R). Once you burn the data to disk you flip the disk over in the drive and the LightScribe drive etches an image on the top of the disk.
The problem is that images can take a long time to etch. Chris’s disk took thirty minutes to etch. It’s not ready for mass production, but if you’re just going to do one disk at a time, it’s pretty good.
Do you have a LightScribe drive? How do you like it?
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