Want your discs to stand out in a crowd? The sky is the limit, because Media Transfer offers various types of CD and DVD on-disc printing options.


When you get full-color on-disc printing from Media Transfer, you’re ensuring that your design gets the high-quality treatment it deserves. We use deluxe 600 DPI thermal retransfer printing as well as 200 LPI silkscreen printing for all of our full-color discs. This line screen is the highest available in the industry, and allows the detail that you put into your design to shine through.

Pre-printed blank CD-R or DVD-R’s

If you would like to set your business or organization apart with with custom printed CDs and DVDs, but do not need duplication, Print Only media is a fast, convenient solution. You burn them on demand, whenever necessary.

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Glossy Colour


The most prestigious of all printing methods is the colour thermal re-transfer print, it offers a gloss shine unsurpassed by any of our printing methods to date.



SilkScreen Print

Silkscreen Print


Screen printing is the original method of printing discs and is best used for larger run bold and solid colour print images. The discs can be printed using CMYK or pantone coded colours. Discs can be colour matched to other products giving you one colour across your whole product range and brand. There are thousands of pantone colours available including metallics and fluorescent.



Black Thermal Text


If a full colour label is not to your taste, or if you are simply looking an inexpensive option for a basic text based label, printed onto your CD or DVD, thermal printing may be the most cost effective answer. It is also the fastest option, so if time is of the essence – this is an important element to consider.



Inkjet Print

Inkjet Print


It is the same process as a standard desktop printer. The ink prints directly to the face of the disc and is great for do-it-yourself application, though it is not recommended for professional services. Used for low volume runs (up to 100) and is a relatively slow process.