Mac CD/DVD Label Maker

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Mac CD/DVD Label Maker for macOS allows you to design and print covers for both DVDs and CDs, giving your collection an innovating and original aspect

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Mac CD/DVD Label Maker is a program for macOS that allows us to design everything that has to with our CDs and DVDs. It comes along with a simple interface that shows us all the tools available, without needing to find out how to use its controls: you can easily make the most of the application's potential.

Design however you wish

It offers us a huge database with all the different kinds of CD/DVDs on the market. You've only got to click on the type of CD/DVD you're going to use and you'll be shown the corresponding template. It's the best program for this kind of task as you'll be able to design covers, labels, sleeves or any other kind of item used in this kind of object. Decorate your albums in an original manner and with fun covers, avoiding having to write their names with a boring marker pen.

Templates for everyone

If you want to keep things simple when it comes to designing, the application comes along with a wide range of preset designs with loads of different styles. Furthermore, you can add text, give your CD/DVDs a name or list the contents on each one of them.

If you're going to use the program for a store, you can list them with barcodes to be able to identify the albums at the counter or when it comes to doing an inventory. However, it's not free of charge. You can try it out by downloading the trial version to make your mind up on whether to purchase it or not.

What can you do with Mac CD/DVD Label Maker?

  • Design covers, labels, sleeves...
  • Designs of any brand in its huge database.
  • Templates that automatically fit the area of your CD/DVD.
  • Design templates.
  • Add text.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Mac OS X 10.7.
Cristallight Software
3 months ago
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