DiscLabel 6 Video Tutorial

DiscLabel 6 Video Tutorial

Create, print, & share professional-looking CD and DVD labels and covers!

Video Tutorial

intro Quick Overview (3:50)

A quick tour of what you can do with DiscLabel, from starting with a blank label to using photos, text, clip art, special effects and more.

For more details, see the 5-part series below.

Part One  
Part 1: Installation (2:44)

Downloading and installing DiscLabel and the Clip Art libraries.

Part Two  
Part 2: User Interface (3:36)

Choosing templates; organizing designs.

Part Three  
Part 3: Creating A Design (10:28)

Adding images from iPhoto; creating a photo montage; adding text layouts; using the Random Design generator; importing tracks from iTunes.

Part Four  
Part 4: Editing Designs (7:33)

Adding and formatting text; adding and formatting shapes; adding and formatting images; special effects; using clip art.

Part Five  
Part 5: Media & Printing (3:00)

Printer calibration; selecting your labels or other media; printing your designs.

Thanks to Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline for producing these high-quality informative videos!

 

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"With its enhanced interface and added features, this product is, for now, the leader in the Macintosh media labeling software. Using its excellent and downloadable 80-page manual makes it easy to polish your label/insert creation skills beyond the intuitive. If you don’t like manuals, who does, play, the DiscLabel user interface is truly intuitive (e.g., Mac-like.)"

-Harry {doc} Babad, MacCompanion.com, August 2009


 
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System Requirements:

DiscLabel 6.x is compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 and later.