LightScribe Labeler

Tags: lightscribe

Lacie LightScribe Labeler for Linux (4L) lets you use LightScribe direct-disc labeling technology with your Linux system. Now you can burn professional, silkscreen-quality labels directly onto CDs and DVDs using the same laser that burns data on discs. It's easy; just burn data as usual, flip the LightScribe disc over, reinsert it into the drive and burn a precise, iridescent label of your own design.

User Benefits:

- User-friendly interface: 3-step labeling process
- Import photos and etch them directly onto CD/DVDs
- Perfect complement to K3b - CD/DVD Kreator

It has been validated on Linux Mandriva 2006/Fedora Core 5/SUSE 10/Unbuntu 6.6 and should run on any x86-based Linux distribution using Linux kernel 2.6 and RPM.

Important! Please make sure you install the LightScribe Host Software v1.4.113.1 for Linux on top of the LaCie LightScribe Labeler for Linux application to have it working
Interface: Command Line, Graphical
Associated Programs
K3b Sophisticated CD/DVD burning application
LightScribe Host Software Provides LightScribe disc support and printing optimization
Rating: Good (12 votes)

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