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Just curious about how others align their Epson printer for printing labels directly onto printable dvd discs. Have attempted to use Roxio's calibrator but have been unsuccessful. I use the Epson Print CD utility for this purpose and print the "Print Position Confirmation" gauge onto the clear plastic disc that typically accompanies dvd discs to determine if the printing will be centered on the disc. If not centered, I then open up the "Adjust Print Position" window showing a disc with horizontal and vertical lines on the disc. If the alignment gauge, printed on the clear plastic disc is off-center, the alignment correction is made by moving either the horizontal or vertical lines shown on the disc in the "Adjust Print Position" window.

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Just curious about how others align their Epson printer for printing labels directly onto printable dvd discs. Have attempted to use Roxio's calibrator but have been unsuccessful. I use the Epson Print CD utility for this purpose and print the "Print Position Confirmation" gauge onto the clear plastic disc that typically accompanies dvd discs to determine if the printing will be centered on the disc. If not centered, I then open up the "Adjust Print Position" window showing a disc with horizontal and vertical lines on the disc. If the alignment gauge, printed on the clear plastic disc is off-center, the alignment correction is made by moving either the horizontal or vertical lines shown on the disc in the "Adjust Print Position" window.

 

I use the Epson Print CD program when I want to print to my CDs or DVDs. I would not even bother trying to calibrate Roxio's software to print to a CD or DVD.

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