Consider this a premium type of Plain Paper setting. However, a Photo Paper setting should be a better selection for printing on printable DVD's. If not, then the coating on your media is not that good to begin with.high resolution paper
1) It may be when you select DVD to print that your software only allows certain paper settings.Can i add a preset to the dialog for this kind of paper?
I think I remember those TY media, they gave a kind of silk screen print look to me, I considered them the best in appearance, I think I printed those with some glossy paper setting .For example, Taiyo Yuden, a Japansese manufacturer of the world's best disks back when I was burning/printing disks, had a printable surface that looked a bit like an orange peel. Certain professional disks had this appearance and the TY disks emulated that.