I am getting a terrible yellow/orangecolor cast when printing disks on my Pro100 printer. I'm using the latest Easy Photoprint EX software on Windows 7 64-bit to print on Verbatim AquaAce Glossy disks. These disks printed beautifully on the Epson Artisan 730 printer I used to own. Literally no color issues ever. However on the Pro-100 prints them up borderline unusable.
All other prints from the printer on regular and photo paper turn out perfectly. I've literally never owned a printer with output this good - except for the disks. I'm using the "Printable Disk (recommended)" setting with print quality set to "high".
The Photoprint software has ZERO color controls so I am unable to correct the color cast in software. What's going on here? Do I have any other options to try and fix this?
Years later, I know, but I have to chime in to say same here. I've tried both My Image Garden and the Acoustica software. There's just this terrible yellow cast over everything. Most noticeable with bright reds, which end up being this orangeish ruddy brown. But also whites/greys are yellowy, blues are greenish. The printer does not do this on regular paper or photo paper. It's something that only kicks in when printing discs. It's not a subtle difference, it's basically unusable as the OP said. I've gone into the printer driver settings and tried to set it to always preview before printing (it doesn't), as well as setting color correction to None under the manual color adjustment setting. I think it's ignoring all that when it prints to the disc tray.
I happen to have the glossy PlexDisc discs, but it does the same thing on the Verbatim matte discs. It just looks terrible.
There's got to be something I can do to override whatever color adjustment it's trying to do when I print to the disc tray! As another user said, they tried cutting photo paper into a disc shape and got the same issue.
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