4 best CD label software to create stunning discs
Different occasions call for creativity when creating disc labels, such as birthdays, weddings, company events or parties.
If you’re in the movie or music business, you may want to get creative with your disc labels that bring out the best out of your products so as to increase sales.
Whatever the case may be, you need the best CD label software for this task.
While many people still use marker pens to write on the CD face, which can be a daunting task if you have a lot of CDs to label, CD labeling software is best for the job as it eliminates the hassle of writing on each CD by hand, while saving time and reducing stress on your part.
CD label software have different features based on which brand you prefer, but the main features include pre-designed templates, customizable designs, image galleries, import abilities, simple or advanced photo editing tools, and other multimedia you can use.
It is advisable to pick the right CD label software especially in commercial or industrial settings to avoid messing up your brand’s reputation.
Here are our top four picks for the best CD label software you can get in the market.
Best CD label software for Windows PCs
- Label Factory Deluxe
- Label Maker Pro
- SureThing Disc Labeler
1. Label Factory Deluxe
This CD label software comes with more than 1500 predesigned label formats and templates, 50,000+ clip art images, and over 600 fonts to help you create stunning labels in a jiffy. With its boxed version, you get a free CD/DVD labeling kit and an applicator.
In three easy steps, you can create your custom labels, and enjoy the powerful, simple CD label application with the most sophisticated features in the industry. Its wizards help you make simple or complex labels quickly, and you can import data from Excel, Access or Outlook, and create personalized labels using its built-in address book.
This CD label software requires a 1GHz or faster processor, Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 OS, 1GB RAM for 32 bit Windows or 2GB for 64 bit, a printer, and 100 MB free hard disk space on your computer in order to use it.
Features include tracking or data management, image or artwork importation and exporting of label designs in either JPEG, PNG, BMP file formats, with hundreds of complete label designs and over a thousand background images for your use.
Other cool tools it comes with include image effects such as opacity, shadows, contrast and brightness control, plus you can edit and/or format text, typefaces, fonts, and other text properties.
You can also click and drag images, text, and shapes to your preferred position, use a variety of basic colored shape objects on your labels, add layers, and so much more.
One of the unique features is the I need to make a label but I’m in a big hurry wizard, which lets you create complete labels in a quick, short time.
3. Label Maker Pro
Design and print labels with this CD label software, whose features include a mailing database, mail merging option, and barcode generator.
Label Maker Pro comes with a world of templates, on which you can add your creativity and create your own custom CD labels professionally. You can also link to your Excel or Access data, and do what you want with the labels. Use it not just for making CD labels, but also labels for letterheads, postcards, envelopes, and other business items in full color.
4. SureThing Disc Labeler 7
If you want to create appealing, attention-catching CD labels that draw eyeballs, then Disc Labeler 7 is your go-to label printing software.
It is Windows 10 ready, and features a scalable vector graphics capability (WYSIWYG), an image library with thousands of colorful images which you can use as backgrounds or clipart, plus symbols but the numbers vary with the edition you select.
You can also create and manage playlists for re-use in future label designs, and use its Circular Text tool to create text that matches the contour of the CD or DVD edges with any font and size. If you have your own images, you can insert/import or scan them directly to your label designs and use them as backgrounds, or even create collages and so much more.
It also has photo editing tools, and seamless support for most major printer models without the need to change driver settings.
Use its built-in video tutorials for get lessons, tips and tricks to help with your labeling experience.
Note: System requirements include Windows 7/8.1/10, 2GB memory (4GB recommended), 400MB free hard disk space, 1024×768 display resolution, a Windows compatible printer, and access to the Internet for software activation. If you’re on Windows XP, you can still get the Disc Labeler 6, otherwise upgrade to 7 and enjoy the best labeling experience in a label printing software.
Now that you know the best label printing software you can use, let us know your favorite, or what we may have left out that’s still good to use, in the comments section below.
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