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Thread: Program to print DVD case cover art?

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    try undercover xp simple

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippie of chaos View Post
    what template do you put it on if you want to print covers that u can just slid into a wii game box?
    Standard DVD casing?

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    HI All ...I find DVD Cover Print Is the Best for wii and any DVD Based cover..All the covers are configurable for size.
    you can get it here ..DVD and CD Cover Print 3.4.2 - Free Download. Load CD / DVD cover art and print it to standard or user defined specifications.
    Its Share ware but mail me and i will give you serials ..
    Mo..x

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    Undercoverxp is the easyest to use
    Last edited by 999; 01-14-2009 at 10:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 999 View Post
    Undercoverxp is the easyest to use
    Sir I Beg To differ .....

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    Dunno if you were just interested in Wii game covers or other types of covers, but demonoid has a torrent called "129WiiDiscLabels". Only 75.2 MB - easy & quick download.

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    i use a program called ImageMixer VCD2 for FinePix 2.0 it very easy to use

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    Yes, I set up a page in Word using two 4.75" tables. The top one I put in the cover pic and in the bottom one, I put the game description. I get both from Amazon (Video Games). I used it for movie covers originally. After I saved the pic, I just rotate the pic 180 degrees and copy to the top table and resize copy the game description, print, fold in half, cut and insert in my slim line CD jewel case. It works great and Amazon has a good pic and game description.

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    Hi,
    I use eCover, it's small, free and very easy to use.

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