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iWinSoft CD/DVD Label Maker for Mac review

Posted In Software Reviews, Video tools - By Techtiplib on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 With No Comments »

iWinSoft CD/DVD Label Maker is a CD and DVD label creator for Mac, that lets you make great-looking CDs and DVDs labels, covers, jewel cases, case inserts…

With the great art gallery includes cliparts, background images and layouts you are able to produce a great looking label in less than three minutes!  You can easily add images, backgrounds and text to your documents, lots of visual effects, like opacity level and image mask, in combination with other settings allow you to create great effects in an intuitive way.

iWinSoft CD/DVD Label Maker for Mac review

The image libraries used for either label background or image objects along with the predefined layouts simplify the disk label creation process greatly, making it possible to complete the work in three steps.

Features of iWinSoft CD/DVD Label Maker for Mac:

  • Import playlists from iTunes, Finder, Text File..
  • A lot of professionally designed templates, backgrounds & clipart images
  • Print to a wide array of label and paper types
  • Direct CD/DVD printing capabilities are compatible with Epson printers
  • Start with a pre-designed template, or create you own design from scratch
  • Background and Foreground layers help to create and edit advanced label designs
  • Import your own images and photos to make personalized backgrounds and covers
  • Multiline art text function
  • Templates for jewel case and DVD case inserts and booklets, MiniCD, and other media
  • Works with a variety of disc sizes and shapes
  • Insert custom artwork, images, photos, barcode, table…
  • Opacity control for backgrounds and images
  • Now you can set transparency for images, text, photos and clipart to make cool effects
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