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Who has experience with labeling cd's/dvd's?

Postby egomaniacal1 on Tue Feb 18, 2003 3:42 pm

Ok...i was thinking about getting a good c labeling kit but have no ideal what to get. The most important thing i want to be able to do is to get pictures(jpgs) of the internet and convert that into a round format to fit the cd. So does anybody know any good labeling programs that will allow me to do this.....actually i was also thinking would i even need a program for this. I mean if all my labels are made with pics i find off the internet then i could probably get a photo printer....and just buy some cd templates/labels to print the image onto. Give me some suggestions.
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Postby Shaman on Tue Feb 18, 2003 4:00 pm

I have been using Mediaface 4.0 by Neato and have found it to be excellent. MediafaceII is the free version and is still available from Neato and can be downloaded after registering at the site. Mediaface 4.0 can be purchased on line for $19.95 and downloaded. Well worth the price. There are plugins for Photoshop, Illustrator, MSFT's Word etc. Very satisfied with MediafaceII. Decided to purchase Mediaface 4.0. Still very satisfied. Loads of features. Great support. Compare both versions and determine which you prefer. At the minimum, you can download the free version and decide for yourself at Neato.com. Good luck.
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Postby Dartman on Tue Feb 18, 2003 6:49 pm

I've been pretty happy with Sure Thing cd labler also. It supports most of the different types of labels available so you have a choice whos
labels you like. It will import directly from your scanner or you can make your own with templates and art and like that that is included. the label stomper wasn't so hot so I bought the memorex kit at Costco because they included a much nicer label apply device, it was dirt cheap anyways and I got a bunch of extra lables with it that it can use.
The other program mentioned sounds nice too, might have to check it out myself.
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Postby DawnLoader on Wed Feb 19, 2003 12:20 am

I too use SureThing (http:\\www.surething.com) which allow you to mass cd labels at once. I have tried many CD labeling programs, but this was the best for me.

And I use Neato (http://www.neato.com/neato_xt_product.a ... d=_CDLABEL) that I buy at BestBuy.

Visit these links: http://www.bestbuy.com/Accessories/prod ... =CD+Labels

http://www.bestbuy.com/Accessories/prod ... =CD+Labels

And I use a HP Photosmart printer.
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