Kodak Picture Movie DVD: Handling Instructions

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When handling your Picture Movie DVD:


  • Do not bend, flex, or drop.
  • Handle by the edges or the center hole; do not touch the surface of the disk.
  • Do not use a ballpoint pen or other sharp instrument to mark either side.
  • Non-solvent permanent felt pen markers are safe for writing information on the label side.
  • Keep dirt, fingerprints, and other foreign materials off the disk.
  • Do not place tape or other adhesive materials on the disk.
  • Do not scratch either side of the disk.


When storing your Picture Movie DVD:

  • Do not expose to high temperatures.
  • If the disk gets cold, bring it to room temperature before using to avoid introducing condensation into the Movie DVD drive or player.
  • Do not use a damaged DVD disk.
  • Store your disks upright.
  • Do not expose your disks to prolonged sunlight or other sources of ultraviolet light.
  • When not in use, store in the original packaging or in some other suitable DVD storage device.
  • Store your disks in a cool, dry, dark environment.
  • When cleaning your Picture Movie DVD:IMPORTANT: Some processing labs provide a paper label on the Picture Movie DVD with thumbnail images of your pictures.
  • Do not wet the label. If label gets wet, blot it quickly with a soft cloth.
  • If your disk needs cleaning, use KODAK Lens Cleaner, rinse with water, and dry with a lint-free cloth.
  • Remove dirt, foreign matter, fingerprints, smudges, and liquids by wiping with a clean cotton cloth in a straight line from the center of the disk towards the outer edge.

Effects on a Picture Movie DVD:

  • Magnets do not damage a Picture Movie DVD.
  • X-ray exposure (e.g., from airport detectors) will not harm a Picture Movie DVD.
  • Placing a Picture Movie DVD in a microwave oven may damage both the Movie DVD and the oven.
  • Independent testing confirmed that routine irradiation performed by the U.S. Postal Service had no effect on Picture Movie DVDs.

[source: Kodak.com]


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