CD/DVD Labels - What are CD Labels / DVD Labels?
Definition of CD LABEL AND DVD LABEL:
CD labels and DVD labels are designed for the purpose of labelling CDs and DVDs. A4 sheets of CD/DVD labels usually include two circular labels (known as full face labels) and a number of rectangular labels, which can be used to label the case each disk is kept in. The circular labels are designed to cover the full face or surface of a disk, with the exception of the central spindle hole and, in some cases, the (usually transparent) components around the spindle hole, including the clamping ring, stacking ring, and mirror band. These labels are usually used to add information about the contents of the disk and the owner or creator of that content. There are a number of pieces of software designed specifically for creating and printing CD/DVD labels, such as Neato and Pressit.
Here is the Harvard-style citation to use if you would like to reference this definition of the terms CD label and DVD label:
Label Planet (2020) What are CD Labels / DVD Labels? | CD and DVD Labels Definition. Available at: https://www.labelplanet.co.uk/glossary/cd-and-dvd-labels/ (Accessed: January 1, 2023).