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cd covers

Discussion in 'Audio' started by andy1029a, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. andy1029a

    andy1029a Guest

    this is an embrassing question say i have been using computers for years.
    every time i print a cd cover it is either to small or to big and i have to trim it down,what are the right image sizes for cd,dvd cases and how do i resize the images?
    sorry i know this is not really a media questions but any help would be greatly appreciated thanx. andy
     
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    Undine, when you put a CdCover on a disk do you have a problem with the disk pixelating or freezing ?
     
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    I am referring to putting a cover on the cd case here;not on the cd it's self.I use to put stick on labels on cds but had trouble with some after a period of time.I now use a thermal printer to print labels on cds.
     
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    Hi I use Roxio easy cd and dvd recorder to make covers. If I have an original cover I scan it , save it then inport it into Roxio. You can then stetch it to fit the case size. If I have not got a cover I go to HighRescovers.net and download one. Jim
     

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