How can I print a DVD label directly on the DVD?

Asked Feb 23, 2010
You can't. The labels that are done directly onto DVDs are done in the manufacturing process. Just buy some DVD sticker labels and get a CD-Stomper.
Answered Feb 24, 2010
Get a printer such as a Canon Pixma that is capable of doing it and use DVDs/CDs that are designed for that purpose. Failing that, get DVD sticky labels and print on those. They usually come with a neat little device for centring the label on the DVD / CD
Answered Aug 29, 2010
You'll need a printer that will allow the printing of CDs/DVDs. You download the label on to your computer, set the DVD in the printer as directed, then send the label to the printer.
Answered Nov 05, 2015

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