Make your own DVD or CD Labels – Find Original Cover Art for Mucic CDs or DVD Movies

Published Tuesday, July 21, 2009 1:45 PM

 


 
Have you ever made a copy of a CD or DVD, one of your own I’m sure, and wanted to put the original cover art on it? Well you can you download the original cover art for thousands of DVD’s at cdcovers.cc , and Music CD covers at allcdcovers.com. These websites have custom and original CD cover art for thousands of DVDs and music CDs. Once you have the original cover art you can buy some DVD labels from Staples or office depot to print on and place on the discs.

They have starter kits that come with software that help you design CD labels and a CD stamped device to apply them to the disk, but you really don’t need them. You can just buy the refill packets that are about $20 for 100 labels.  You can create a Photoshop template for the label layout and put the images over it and print. Then you can just stick the label right on the disk just start at one side work your way down. Don’t try to stick the whole label on at once it usually ends badly. This saves you from having to buy the starter package, but if you don’t want to deal with that you can always buy the starter kit and just use the software.  

I would warn you that you should buy the starter kit that has the cheapest refill packages. If you are planning on making a lot of labels you can save a lot of money if your software and template system has cheap refills. The refill packages are very different in price and range from pretty cheap to very expensive.


 

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