LabelflashA technology developed by Yamaha Corp. and Fuji Photo Film Co. that enables consumers to burn images directly onto a special dye layer on a disc, using the same laser used for data recording. To burn images and text, you must use the complete Labelflash system which consists of special Labelflash DVD media and a recording system which supports the labelflash function. Labelflash technology burns the image 0.6mm deep into the media in as little as five minutes.
Labelflash is a technology similar to HP's LightScribe technology.
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