User manual HP COMPAQ PRESARIO M2350EA USING LIGHTSCRIBE

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[. . . ] The time required varies according to the image mode (Draft, Normal, and Best) and the surface area setting (narrow band with curved text, medium band with curved text, or the full disc surface). Using Draft or Normal imaging modes provides a shorter burn time, but also results in a lighter label. In most cases, the less area you use, the less time it takes to finish burning the label. When beginning the burning of the label, the LightScribe software provides the estimated amount of time it will take to complete the label. [. . . ] Simply load the label design you originally used to burn the label, clear the existing text and graphics to avoid duplicate information being burned, then add the new label information and burn again. To make sure the label is exactly the way you want it, use the Print Preview function (if available) or print the label out on paper to see it before burning. Switch from Best to Normal mode: you'll burn fewer tracks per inch, which takes less burn time but creates a lighter image. Because LightScribe burns from the center of the disc to the outside edge in concentric rings, Title and Content templates save time by confining your label to a narrower band. For the same reason, using circular text instead of straight text can also speed up burn times. 4 Creating Disc Labels on Your Notebook Using LightScribe Go for contrast. A high-contrast photo or graphic stands out better than a picture in mostly soft middle tones. Use your software's preview feature to see how the graphics you use look on disc. While the label is being created, you can continue to use your PC for other activities. The LightScribe software indicates the time remaining to burn the design. While the disc is labeling, avoid any sudden shock or vibration to the PC. While the disc is labeling, keep your notebook AC adapter and power cord plugged into a working electrical outlet. Installing LightScribe software Before you can create a LightScribe label, you must install the required software. If you are using a notebook, install the software included on the HP DVD Writer disc in the "Required for Setup" bag that is included with your notebook. Insert the disc and follow the on-screen instructions. 5 Creating Disc Labels on Your Notebook Using LightScribe Creating a LightScribe label Burning a label with LightScribe is a separate process from burning data, music, or picture files onto a disc. Depending on the LightScribe software you use, you can create a label before or after you burn files onto the disc. burning To burn the label afterlabel-sidedisc content, you must flip the disc over and place it down in the optical disc tray. Labels can be a simple title with a contents list, or you can get more creative by adding backgrounds and images. You can design and create the label with InterVideo DiscLabel or Sonic Express Labeler. The following sections provide instructions for creating LightScribe labels With InterVideo DiscLabel. After burning a disc with iTunes (available with select versions of LightScribe software only). 6 Creating Disc Labels on Your Notebook Using LightScribe Using InterVideo DiscLabel to create a LightScribe label 1. Click Start, All Programs, InterVideo DiscLabel, and then click InterVideo DiscLabel again. With the text box selected (click the box once), use the Text toolbar to modify the font, color, and other text properties. Double-click the list text box, if present, or click Add List to add a list of contents to the label. [. . . ] When you are satisfied with the appearance of your label design, insert the LightScribe disc (label-side down) into the disc drive tray and then click Print. The estimated time to complete the label is displayed, along with a progress bar. You can continue to work on your PC while LightScribe is burning the label. bump of A suddenprocess or vibrationthe the computer during the labeling may affect quality of the label. 9 Creating Disc Labels on Your Notebook Using LightScribe Creating a LightScribe label with iTunes (select versions only) iTunes works with Sonic Express Labeler to conveniently burn labels on a data CD or audio CD from iTunes. The playlist you create in iTunes to burn a disc is automatically imported into Express Labeler so that this information is available for you to use on your LightScribe label. [. . . ]

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