From Dataland Software:
CD Label Designer is application that will help you to design and print CD jewel case and DVD box labels, booklets, sleeves (envelopes), round and business card disk labels. It supports images, RTF texts, circled texts and shapes allowing you to arrange, change size, angle and transparency of objects. You can also read directory and file structure, CDDB audio CD database or define own lists to include them on labels, and you can customize printout positions. With template files you can pre-define number of templates for different kind of designs. Also, you can make different print layouts and exchange them with others, and you can customize printout positions. Very easy to use.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.0 includes several major and minor improvements
I searched everywhere for cd labeling software. I have a lot of music CD's to make for a song writer and need to do cd case booklets. I spent hours trying to line up the design to print to no avail. I just printed the first perfect cd booklet. It worked flawlessly!!!
After what i've been through I have NO complaints.
If you need to make any kind of CD or DVD covers, this is the program for you!
Placing an image and text are easy and quick. Has features to select and resize an image very quickly, same with text additions. Works with Epson cd printers.
None that I can find.
I previous used canons print software with my three printers, and after getting tired of canons hardware problems and having to send them off to E-waste heaven I switched to an Epson (artisan 725). The Epson cd printing software lacks a few basic features so I searched and tested many others and this product does a great job!
You can add images to your design without having to save them to a file first and then transfer the image to your design. This saves a lot of time. You can also resize the image in any direction or maintain the aspect ratio. Also works with Snippy
Just a minor con, but it would be easier to enter text directly onto the label rather than using a box. Also, resizing the text would be helpful rather than having to change the size of the font.
Bottom line, this is one of the easier software programs to use in designing labels for cd jewel cases. I don't put a label on the disc itself. There are several free programs as well as cheaper ones available, but they are cumbersome to use and do not offer the flexibility of CD Label Designer.
Does not read CD tracks correctly when reading MP3 tags. Labels prinnted out for DVD covers are to small
Over a number iof attermpts to contact suopport with no response I will trash this program and buy from some-one else
AFAIK, we haven't replied timely to only one of your e-mails that we did receive (from the reasons explained in private e-mail). Still, we should have responded with at least few words, so I guess this comment is deserved. Sorry for inconvenience. We will try not to make similar mistakes in the future.