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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Labelflash Technology

2. The Drive, the Media and the Software

- The Drive

In order to test this technology, we used the NEC ND-4551A, flashed with firmware version 1.07, which is the only one that supports the LabelFlash Technology.

As we said previously, you can use Labelflash as well on the data side of any standard DVD-R or DVD +R media, by burning the label on the outer area of the data side of the disc, or on the whole area if you don't burn any actual data on it.

The main chipset of the drive...

- The media

The media we used for our test was made by Fujifilm. It was a DVD-R certified for 16X recording. The depth of the picture-burning layer is 0.6mm from the disc surface while the Dye for the picture-burning layer is the Organic Dye. The Picture-burning area (radius) is 25mm - 58mm.

- The Software

Nero in cooperation with Yamaha made a version that supports the LabelFlash Technology but currently this version is for bundle with OEM customers. The Nero 6.6.1.3 bundles in the retail package of the ND-4551A recorder and supports LabelFlash. It is not sure whether Nero will add this feature will be in Nero 7.

BHA has also announced support for the LabalFlash in its OEM version of the Bs software, bundled with a LabelFlash burner under the Japanese I-O Data brand.

The familiar interface of Nero Burning Rom will guide you through the simple steps in order to "LabelFlash" your media.




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