Nowadays, almost any computer has the capability to write CD or DVD. But for the discerning of the written media, most of us still use only one known option: CD markers and hand-written labels. When you just need to bring data from one computer to another, thats more than enough; however, when you want to store your documents or music archive, create a family photo album or a presentation for an investor, you will need something richer and prettier-looking. At the same time, you WONT WANT to study a complicated design suite; all you need is to Create And Print Label Now.
And here comes CD-Cover Editor! Using the software is really as light as a spring breeze: you Just Do things. When you start the program. It just asks you about the box kind (CD or DVD, standard or slim) and provides label templates for all «sides» of the selected box (including the disk itself). You can setup a background and place any text or image on each label, easily aligning them against each other. There is a modest but sufficient option set for each element. In addition to the «just text» and «just image» options, there is a very convenient «insert tracklist» and CD-Cover Editor, which tries to automate as much as it can: names and sizes of tracks can be imported from file names, MP3 tags or online CDDB database.
And thats (almost) all: when youre happy with all the labels look, you just press «Print». Its hard to imagine something easier and more convenient.
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