View Full Version : Show me your CD / DVD labels and I will pay you!!!!!
19th of August 2008 (Tue), 12:44
I'm looking for someone that does professional quality CD/DVD labels. I want something that looks great like a DVD movie that you buy from the store.
Example of the style/quality dvd label I want.
The DVD's are for wedding disks. If you have the DVD's I can just send you the money for the disk and labels.
If you have no DVD's I can send a couple to you and the money for the job.
I really don't mind paying someone to mail me a few DVD's, I can send the artwork and all that stuff.
I just have no printer or time to do it on my own. Please let me know, I'd like to see samples of your work too.
20th of August 2008 (Wed), 08:58
Been doing some research, is this called silkscreen printing?
20th of August 2008 (Wed), 10:56
There are a variety of printers on the market, at reasonable prices, that do an excellent job of printing onto CD/DVD's.
Why not simply buy one and do-it-yourself? It will save you a lot of time/money in the long run.
21st of August 2008 (Thu), 07:39
I used the Epson R360? I'll have to check the number again it was a while ago. It does an amazing job, as long as your file is good of course. Dries very tough and scratch resistant, the only thing is they suck ink. I did 500 DVD's and it was cheaper to buy a new printer when the ink ran out each time, so that's what I did. Then sold them for 65 bucks after. It does a good job for what it is. If your file is good and you don't use their software you can get great results.
Depends on how many you're doing as well.
22nd of August 2008 (Fri), 19:27
I just don't have time to play with it. Some things are good to do on your own like editing pics and designing albums & advertisements.
But small things like this that are not really that small of a task to do on your own. (buy printer, buy ink, buy special disks, buy software, load software, do 50 test runs). Not really worth the time and effort.
With the cost of the printer, software, time, disks, INK, paper, stickers and TIME invested in doing this you'd be better off having someone else do it.
If I was not very busy and have lots of time on my hands sure I could do it on my own i guess....
23rd of August 2008 (Sat), 14:57
Try something like discmakers.com. You can download templates, upload files. Get exactly what you want. I done a lot of labels but nothing to printable dvds. If you use a good quality photo type label it looks real good.
29th of August 2008 (Fri), 14:31
7th of September 2008 (Sun), 02:11
This guy designs good too www.sobitart.com also he is a photographer
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