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DVD Covers

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by WelshBoa, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. WelshBoa

    WelshBoa Regular member

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    What software does everybody use to copy DVD covers they have?

    I'm using Nero Design at the moment but they are just not coming out to size - played around with a load of settings but its getting annoying now!

    They fit to the template perfectly but when printed out they come out smaller......

    Maybe my printer I guess
     
  2. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    I do not use them personally but have a look here, I believe this is where most people go...

    http://www.cdcovers.cc/
     
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  4. WelshBoa

    WelshBoa Regular member

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    Thanks guys - just getting little red crosses on the last URL when I go to get images
     
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    Try temporarily disabling ad blocker, etc, if you're using Norton I-Net Security, sometimes if u get red x's it means the cover ain't there for whatever reason, but the title's still in the menu.Also, i use Nero Cover designer, always spot on size wise, cd, dvd, etc.
     
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  6. WelshBoa

    WelshBoa Regular member

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    I know the Nero template should be accurate as the size dimensions are spot on.

    Just cant get it to print out to scale for whatever reason. Even bought a new bloody printer today!

    Still that CD Covers CC is very good
     
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    What resolution are you scanning at? make sure that 100% is selected (depending what scanning software you are using) it is not the printers fault, a printer can only print what is sent to it. Sounds like a scanning fault.
     
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    You should download Acoustica CD Label maker. This software is awesome. Customer service seems to be great. They have a forum, and one of the users posted on there that he had a paper type that was not supported. One of the workers replied and the paper was added to the next version. It was less than a weeks wait. I know own.

    Lonzo
     
  10. koola

    koola Guest

    I agree ls3mach, Acoustica CD/DVD label maker software is excellent.
    I have been using this software for ever since I got my first CD Writer. This software is most recomended!
     

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