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MacBook Pro - To Labelflash or not to Labelflash


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Hi

I am wondering if the Superdrive in my MacbookPro is capable of burning a label on my CD's / DVD's using the Labelflash technology. ( Similar to Lightscribe and sometimes referred to as " Diskt@2 " )

Superdrive is a MAT****A DVD-R UJ-875
Firmware revision is DA09

Am currently burning all my photo libraries on DVD and I would like to burn a label into the CD/DVD instead of writing a label on it.

Have checked the Internet and it is not clear to me if the MBP can do this or not.
Does anyone know if this is possible and if so ... what application do you use to burn the labels.

Any feedback is much appreciated.

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Just ran a google search for you. Here is the results.

Scroll down towards the middle/bottom of the page where it list what it can and can't do in bold.

That should pretty much answer your question.
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Just ran a google search for you. Here is the results.

Scroll down towards the middle/bottom of the page where it list what it can and can't do in bold.

That should pretty much answer your question.
A simple no would have worked as well

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