Those users who create many DVDs or other media need the ability to create labels to suit their needs. Disc Cover for Mac allows users to apply custom graphics and create labels for their discs in a well-designed package.
Disc Cover for Mac installs quickly and is very easy to set up. Included with the installer was a file with basic introductions and requirements for the program, as well as a lengthy user agreement. The program is available as a free trial version, with a payment of $34.95 required for the full version and removal of a watermark on all disc labels created. When opening the program for the first time, the user is given a menu containing many instructional videos, which explore all the program's features. Support was also available for updates. Upon startup, the program's intuitive menu was easy to interpret. The program organizes basic design templates by category, depending on the type of disc being created, whether it be music or video. Additional themes are also available for event type, including weddings, business, or travel, which would be useful for self-made videos or photo discs. After the user selects a template type, a new menu comes up where customizations can be made. The program operates quickly overall and provides a large number of options for the labels. Users should note the need to have labels purchased separately.
For those few users who need to create multiple, custom labels, Disc Cover for Mac is a good option, since it performs all expected functions well.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Disc Cover for Mac 3.0.8.