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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Introduction to LabelFlash Technology


CDRInfo presents a brief introduction to Fujifilm's LabelFlash technology, which allows creation of labels on both sides of a DVD disc, using the laser on your PC DVD burner, the NEC ND-4551A in our case.

The LabelFlash technology can be currently applied to LabelFlash certified discs from Fujifilm, as well as to any DVD-R and DVD+R media. The difference is that the latter "burns" your logos or images on the data side of the disc. Take a look at the first LabelFlash tests here.


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