QUESTION ABOUT DVD LABELS!!!

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Chim Bubba, Jul 14, 2003.

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    Chim Bubba Guest

    Does anyone know of a program or anything that makes the DVD INSERTS
    for the booklets. Is there anything that is pre-cut to fit in a
    booklet? What do the majority of you people do for the dvd's that you
    create? What do you use for the dvd inserts?

    Thanks
     
    Chim Bubba, Jul 14, 2003
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  2. Office Max sells things like that, I believe. I know they have them for music CD's.
     
    Dr. Speedbyrd:>, Jul 14, 2003
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    rqo Guest

    rqo, Jul 14, 2003
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    Cory Guest

    Cory, Jul 14, 2003
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    Mike T Guest

    How about a program that has the correct template for the DVD case inserts?

    Media Face 4 does not seem to have them, I can print them on glossy photo
    paper, just need the software that has the template.

    Mike T
     
    Mike T, Jul 14, 2003
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  6. @ Chim Bubba,

    Suggest CD Box Labeler Pro v1.9.8.1026 by Green Point Software
    (www.gpsoftuk.com)

    This program has the template for DVD inserts (booklet type) which you
    can print on a sheet of 110 lb heavy card stock readily available at
    most office supply stores.

    Regards
    Fred

    : Does anyone know of a program or anything that makes the DVD INSERTS
    : for the booklets. Is there anything that is pre-cut to fit in a
    : booklet? What do the majority of you people do for the dvd's that you
    : create? What do you use for the dvd inserts?
    :
    : Thanks
     
    Fred Lorenzen, Jul 14, 2003
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    Buckaroo Guest

    Jacket, Case, and Disc labels are automatically prepared by DVD Complete
     
    Buckaroo, Jul 14, 2003
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    Roger Guest

    If you are referring to the 5 1/4" x 7 1/2" x 9/16" Amary and/or Alpha
    type black plastic cases, then the only program that I know of that has the
    insert template for these DVD cases is Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 6.
     
    Roger, Jul 14, 2003
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    Neil Deadman Guest

    I use this program - http://www.coverxp.com/main.asp

    I prints the covers nicely with guidelines at each end for cutting (for
    which I use a knife & straight edge over scissors!!)

    Neil
     
    Neil Deadman, Jul 14, 2003
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    Graham Guest

    Multicover print from http://www.alien-aus.com/ will print the case/jacket
    and its free.
     
    Graham, Jul 14, 2003
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  11. Use your favorite software....like Corel or Paint Shop Pro. Set up
    a template once and use it forever.....free...Been doing it for years.
     
    Adrian S. Kuiper, Jul 14, 2003
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    Keith Clark Guest

    Well, you "can" print with inkjets but it's expensive in the long run. If
    you're doing one or two copies, ht's fine, but if you're doing a production run
    you should go with silk screening. Most good replication houses will do
    silk-screening for you.

    --Keith
     
    Keith Clark, Jul 14, 2003
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    Rob Guest

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    Gareth Hardy Guest

    I wish there was an indirect transfer method to get a DVD printed
    without
    So far, EVERY inkjet-printable DVD I've tried has fallen way short of its
    non-printable brothers in the "compatibility" department.
     
    Gareth Hardy, Jul 15, 2003
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    Sanman Guest

    Microsoft Publisher will let you create templates for this. You can do the
    front, back and spines. Just measure out the sizes and use the rulers in
    Publisher to make your frames. Then, you can just change the text and
    pictures as you wish. I would never stick a label on a DVD, since it might
    ruin it or make it spin off balance.

    Sanman
     
    Sanman, Jul 15, 2003
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    Green Goblin Guest

    I just use the Windows Xp fax viewer and print from there....the size is
    almost perfect for the full cover insert..including spine. Just trim off a
    little around the edges and there ya go.


     
    Green Goblin, Jul 15, 2003
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    Will Dumes Guest


    Neato do a product for this.
     
    Will Dumes, Jul 15, 2003
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    Charles Guest

    There is an indirect transfer method to get DVD printed without actually
    sticking a label directly onto it. There is such a DVD/CD labeler made by
    TDK.

     
    Charles, Jul 15, 2003
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    Chim Bubba Guest

    How did you get the right measurements for the DVD inserts. Did you
    create the insert in the fax viewer or some other programs???
    I may not have been clear to the many who have responded but I am
    looking for the dvd insert maker. The insert is for the dvd case not
    to place a cover on top of the dvd.
    Thanks
     
    Chim Bubba, Jul 16, 2003
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    Tom Wrenn Guest

    I use a Brother P-Touch label machine to create tiny labels for my DVDs.
    Does not seem to cause any reading problems.
    Any full label solution I tried caused at least some DVDs not to read
    properly.

     
    Tom Wrenn, Jul 16, 2003
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