White Inkjet Printable DVD-R combines an exceptional inkjet printable surface with Metal Azo professional grade recording performance and reliability. Ideal for developing, customizing and distributing DVD content. Offers 4. 7GB member capacity and 1X to 16X DVD recording speed. Customize your DVD titles with beautiful, full-color art. DVD-R offers superior ink absorption for full-color, high resolution, photo-quality printing and crisp and clear text reproduction. Compatible with inkjet disc printers. Metal Azo recording dye optimizes read/write performance. Compatible with 16X DVD-R drives.
Facts About Verbatim DVD-R 4.7GB 16X White Inkjet Printable with Branded Hub, 100-Disc
Manufacture ID MCC 03RG20 Made in Taiwan
The amount of time for a DVD video that will fit on a disk depends on how high the quality you desire. A high definition 720pixels video will run about 1 hour and 25 minutes.
Yes you can write on them with a sharpie-if you own the right kind of printer, you can also print artwork on them. I purchased an epson printer at Best Buy for $70.00 and there is a tray that you put the dvd right into. It prints high quality artwork or pictures directly onto the dvd and looks very professional.
What I bought looks like what is shown here and that is dvd-r should be about20-30 dollars. contact the seller to be sure. I do like this brand!
I only use these DVD disc’s The bottom side of the DVD is the color of a normal DVD
All of the hubs that I have seen and used have been the same size. The small DVDs (hockey pucks) have the same dive hub and play in a full sized dvd and computer players.
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It is My experience that -Rs work Best in Most Players! Good Luck!
I do NOT Think So! A CD player will Only play a CD. That is My understanding. BUT a DVD Player will Play DVDs and CD! AND a Blu-Ray Player will Play Blu-Rays and DVDs and CDs! That is My experience. IF You want to play Audio on a CD Player then put The Audio on a CD. That Is My Understanding! Good Luck!
I have burned all kinds of DVDs, so would think that burning home movies would be fine. It would be more of an issue with the software you use.
Taiwan. I have never had a problem with Verbatim or Sony media,
Is the print density too dark or too light? Not sure what you mean. I don’t have this printer; mine is the Pixma TS8120.
No, you can’t put a label on this disc. You can print a label using an Inkjet printer or write with a marker. If you have any other question please contact our Tech Support line: 800-538-8589.
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Almost all of the way. There is about 1/8 inch of clear plastic around the center hole where the white printable surface ends. There is maybe a hair of silver showing around the outside circumference of the DVD.
Printable white inkjet, and they work well with a good inkjet printer. They may "look" silver on top in the picture but they are definitely white printable.
Info About Verbatim DVD-R 4.7GB 16X White Inkjet Printable with Branded Hub, 100-Disc (Reviews From Amazon)
We use to buy JVC DVD-R 8x and 16x discs. Our failure was zero. Then JVC sold out to a company called CMC. Finding a high failure rate on these CMC DVD-R discs was not acceptable. After trying several other brands with mixed results, we came across this product. We have only used 600 discs so far, and our failure rate seems to be headed to our JVC performance experience. We definitely plan to continue using this product. Like the old saying “If it isn’t broken , don’t fix it.”
Verbatim discs are what I have found to live up to their name “in exactly the same words as were used originally”. Exact copies of the source material is what I want and Verbatim Discs deliver.
I love these disks and use them for continuous back ups. However, ever time I order them, they are so poorly packed in the box that the spindle arrives broken. Too bad Amazon package people have no clue how to pack a box properly.
I still burn quite a lot of media to have as non-magnetic backups. I’ve used a lot of brands over the years, but I’ve had the fewest problems with Verbatim AZO media. They cost a little bit more, but have low failure rates and are expected to last a lifetime, so they’re worth it as an insurance policy against data loss.
i burn alot. this comes in handy for burning my downloaded movies and tv shows. this will be for christmas downloads.
Not much else to say other than they work. I have been using verbatims for well over 15 years. Never really any issue. In all that time there have been bad burns yes, but not enough to stop using them. I use these for the HS Band I help out. I make up DVD’s for the kids every year with all events.
Always my ” go to” for DVD purposes.
These work as intended. I order these so that I can write my own dvd content(s) description.
I used to buy the sticky labels and run those through the printer but it was too much trouble.
Labels printed out good and clear. No bad discs thus far. You ask for a rating for picture quality. What’s that? We’re not talking about a printer or print paper.
I have used these dvd’s before and they were fine. Can’t review the batch I ordered because they sent me cd-r’s instead of dvd-r’s. But the dvd’s I bought of this brand before worked fine. Now what am I going to do with 100 cd’s? I suppose I’ll use them for something. Not really worth the trouble of sending them back.
Kinda bummed but oh well. Life does go on.
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