Combining an exceptional inkjet hub-printable surface with professional grade, Metal Azo, recording performance and reliability, Verbatim DataLifePlus White Inkjet Hub Printable DVD-R 8x discs are the ultimate choice for developing, customizing and distributing DVD content. Certified for 1x-8x* DVD recording and preferred by DVD-R drive manufacturers, Verbatim DataLifePlus DVD-R media uses an advanced “Metal Azo” recording dye to provide the highest level of performance, compatibility, and archival life. DataLifePlus White Inkjet Hub Printable 8x DVD-R discs have been extensively tested and qualified for use with DVD/CD Inkjet printers and duplicators offered by such leading industry manufacturers as Primera, Microboards & Epson.
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I use a 730. It does great. I have printed about 50 labels (that’s all I do with this printer), and still have the original ink cartridges going. I design my lables so they don’t use a lot of ink, for example I don’t do full backround with a solid color. Make sure your printer is set to CD/DVD Premium surface for the A… I use a 730. It does great. I have printed about 50 labels (that’s all I do with this printer), and still have the original ink cartridges going. I design my lables so they don’t use a lot of ink, for example I don’t do full backround with a solid color. Make sure your printer is set to CD/DVD Premium surface for the Aquaace Glossy. Also you may adjust the diameters on the Print CD Epson software. I changed them a little so there is absolutely no white left on the outside or inside. They look great!
I use a Epson Stylus Photo R280 printer, so I cannot answer your question. My DVD’s look professional. If your specs state that you can use the Brother’s printer they should appear quite nicely.
The MID/DID/Manufacturer ID/Disc ID on these discs is MCC 03RG20. They are NOT CMC junk. The DataLife Plus series was always designed to be higher quality Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation discs.
No – they are not sticky. They have a smooth white surface and print very well.
The amount of actual storage depends on how well your data fits the nominal 2048 byte sectors and any variability in the manufacturing process. The minimum amount of raw storage has to be 3.95GB. There is also overhead for disc management. See http://www.osta.org/technology/dvdqa/dvdqa6.htm for a more detailed discussion.
This is not directly answering your question but rather giving you my opinion about the disc itself. If you have printed on regular printable discs before with your printer and the picture is so-so, a good picture but not vibrant, well these discs bring out the "Vibrant"!! I have printed several hundred of these disc… This is not directly answering your question but rather giving you my opinion about the disc itself. If you have printed on regular printable discs before with your printer and the picture is so-so, a good picture but not vibrant, well these discs bring out the "Vibrant"!! I have printed several hundred of these discs with a cheap Epson Artisan50 and when people see them they say "Wow" these look like they were professionally done!! End of Story. If your Canon Pixma MX922 is set up to print DVD/CD discs then i don’t think you will be disappointed.
Hub Printable let’s you print almost to the inner diameter (the hole), while regular printable only lets you print to roughly 3/4" away from the center hole.
I use 23mm for the hub printing.
Yes, seems to happen often, but not charged.
Yes, I have printed over 50 DVDs with my Canon MX922 & Canon MX882 with not problems at all.
I would say it could have a small tint to it, but it is small. Yes, the recording side. Why do you prefer the silver mirror finish?
It is generally the content on a DVD that makes it region-specific, not the DVD itself. A blank DVD can be used in any DVD player compatible with DVD-R/-RW once content is recorded to it on a computer or stand-alone DVD recorder. Whether you can play them in any given region depends what you recorded on the discs. O… It is generally the content on a DVD that makes it region-specific, not the DVD itself. A blank DVD can be used in any DVD player compatible with DVD-R/-RW once content is recorded to it on a computer or stand-alone DVD recorder. Whether you can play them in any given region depends what you recorded on the discs. Obviously, home-recorded footage from a camcorder or most over-the-air TV recordings from a DVD recorder would be region-free. But then you have to keep in mind that different countries use different video recording and broadcast formats which means even if your recording is compatible with a specific region, it still may not be in the right video format (examples are NTSC used in the U.S. or PAL used in Europe.
Need more information. Are they wet all over or just around the center hole? I Had a problem because the printable surface didn’t come all the way to the center hole but my printer printed over the clear plastic around the hole and it wouldn’t dry. Buy DVD’s with the printable surface completely up to the center hole. … Need more information. Are they wet all over or just around the center hole? I Had a problem because the printable surface didn’t come all the way to the center hole but my printer printed over the clear plastic around the hole and it wouldn’t dry. Buy DVD’s with the printable surface completely up to the center hole. Hope this was helpful.
Sorry, I cannot speak to this.
Yes…it says Made in Taiwan…I do not understand the second question
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You get what you pay for, and these do not cost much more than the generics, except for the ultra-cheapies that end up wasting a lot of time with bad burns or returns. Of these Verbatim DVDs, I’ve burned three spindles of 50 so far, not a single coaster.
They are thick and stiff. I have found some very tiny chips on the edges of several discs, but only when stacked and the light hits them right. They accept the ink from Canon MX922 just fine, but they are not bright white. I attached a photo to show this against a white window-envelope. If you are printing photos or artwork that is full-coverage, you probably will not notice, except that the contrast may not pop. But if that is your need for more than a few discs of the same project, consider using a duplication service for $1-2 each and save the time burning and printing.
I highly recommend these DVDs. It’s my new go-to brand.
The Manufacturer ID on these discs is MCC 03RG20. That means Mitsubishi made these. Mitsubishi makes some of the best optical media out there. Since these are DataLifePlus discs, this means that Mitsubishi made these and NOT CMC, the worst optical manufacturer out there. Verbatim seems content to sully part of their good name by getting into bed with CMC, as they keep outsourcing more of their media to them. Any Life series DVD’s or non DataLifePlus CD’s are CMC. Verbatim stopped making their own BD-RE’s and farmed them out to CMC.
If my memory serves me correctly, MCC 03RG20 is the same MID on Verbatim’s LightScribe DVD-R’s. I’ve been using them for 3 years without a single coaster. They play fine on the Playstation 3 and read data fine in my LG and Pioneer Blu-Ray burners. I’ve not tested these discs yet but I don’t expect an issue. However, because these are Verbatim inkjet, they may not properly burn in my Pioneer. Verbatim MKM inkjet DVD+R DL’s to burn the 2nd layer in the Pioneer, even though the branded, non inkjet Verbatim DVD+R DL’s of the same speed and the same MKM MID DO burn without issue in the Pioneer.
EDIT 02-12-2015: I burned one of these discs in my Pioneer and it burned, verified, and played fine in my PS3. It is probably the dual layer nature of the MKM discs that for whatever reason are the problem in my Pioneer.
My clients don’t ask for DVDs much anymore – but when they do, I don’t have time to waste on bad media. These have not failed me yet. I am able to burn to the Data Life Plus disc from my iMac using an LG external DVD player/recorder without any trouble. I then put the disc into my Canon Pixma Pro 100 and print directly to the disc surface. I’ve not experienced the ink drying issues mentioned. These printable discs allow me to give my clients a much more finished looking product than if I just printed to a stick-on label.
I primarily buy these DVDs because I have never had a defective disc because of a manufacturer defect. They are reliable when burning and the printable surface works very well with inkjet printers. I could buy less expensive discs, but I would probably be wasting some of them. In that case the price on these becomes very competitive. These are readily available when I need to order more.
Used for photo DVDs for photography clients, if you design a nice label you can print directly on it using the correct inkjet printer, looks very professional and perfect for small runs and customized production.
If you are doing larger runs (50 or so of the same item), it is cheaper to use a DVD/CD production vendor to make them for you. The place I used for one of my clients (a radio show host, CDs/ DVDs of the show and videos), was a place in Anaheim, CA called BurnSmart, they did good quality and have very short runs available. Way easier than trying to burn and print a large run yourself (and cheaper if you consider paying yourself or someone else for the time used).
Doing weddings I used to make hundreds of DVD slide show for clients and wedding planners. I used the printable DVD and had only two fails. Tried another brand in emergency and have seven fails in one stack of a hundred. No matter what I need them for I will use nothing but Verbatim. I would assume there are others but why bother when I know these work.
I have a Canon Pro 10 wide format printer that I recently purchased. The fact that I could print color labels right on the DVD really seemed to be a bonus. I watched the YouTube video on how to accomplish this and found that it was quite simple. After ordering these I printed my first labeled DVD using these discs and found it to be really quality output. I wouldn’t use these for my everyday DVD labeling, but for something such as a gift DVD for a family member or professional client this is really perfect. I feel that the label that is on the disc seems to be well adhered so that it would not come unglued. That would be a big concern if someone would try to put a stick on label on a DVD trying to save money.
I was a faithful user of Lightscribe for labeling my discs but this seems to have fallen to the wayside. I must admit it took me a while to discover "printable" DVD’s and CD’s but when I needed to get a new printer, I opted for the Epson Artisan 1430. I do a lot of large (13"x19") prints and I saw an added benefit of printing labels directly on the media. I have made many printable discs and must say I’ve been favorably impressed with the quality of these Verbatim discs. I have not had a single fail and I’m about to order my second 50 disc hub. I highly recommend these.
These disks are great. I don’t get even one bad disk out of a hundred.
There are many reasons why some users complain of bad disks. They could have issues with their hardware or software. It is important to keep your hardware’s firmware up to date. If you are multi-tasking while you are burning DVD disks, you need lots of RAM memory for good results.
I also like the inkjet printable surfaces that print right up to the hub- makes for creative labels.
Sam’s Club used to sell Verbatim printable disks but they switched to Memorex. The last 100 Memorex I bought there had about a 20% failure rate. And now, they don’t even offer inkjet printable disks.
Verbatim’s are the best I have used. I highly recommend this product.
The Verbatim printable hub DVD’s are what I had been looking for! I use print settings of 25mm inner diameter and 117mm for the outer on my Epson Artisan 810. That leaves only a small ribbon of white both inside/outside. Most times they appear perfectly centered, not something you get much when using labels. You could probably get even closer if you wish to try.
I have ordered a second spindle of 50 and was shocked to see that I am now paying $20 less than when I last ordered. At this price you need look no further for DVDs that allow printing on such a large surface area. Also, colors are much more vivid than on my DL DVD Taiyo Yuden Watershields.
I have had 100% burn success this far, knock on wood.
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