Sorry I can't help but have had a similar problem with DVD labelling from almost the start of DVD+RW. I have held off thinking that it would become such a problem that computer magazines would discuss it in depth, no such luck. I have never heard about ink saturation, but when I think about it, it could be possible. I suppose one way to test the theory would be to put on a blank label on a test disc and see what happens.
hssutton I agree with what you say, but as labelling is such big business I thought it would be sorted by now. It is funny how it is being kept so quiet, of course printable discs are now on the scene and this might be the reason.
We have 4 differant dvd players in our house (all differant makes) reading the booklets all state "do not use discs with labels as these may cause playback problems" doesnt say why though! so suppose doesnt really help you :>)
I have found over the course of time that short films on dvd`s play OK but longer films, say two hours start sticking in places. So I experimented with dvd with labels that play up and removed the labels and no further problems.. I believe personally that it is connected to heat build up on the labelled dvds. Short play OK, longer play iffy...
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