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Custom Dvd Covers


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#1 FlatLine1980

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Posted 16 November 2006 - 07:48 PM

Anyone create their own custom dvd covers for movies and whatever?? If so, what or where is a good guide at?? I'm wanting to create some custom covers.. I think it would be fun and interesting learning.. Thanks..

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Posted 16 November 2006 - 09:27 PM

I use Coverxp which I've used for over a year and it's easy to use, has many templates for cd,dvd, and cassette covers. They have a free version and paid, I use the free. Home page for Coverxp is the address below.
http://www.coverxp.com/main.asp

The three sites below are where I get my free pictures for movies or music cds.If I can't find pics at these sites I go to Google image and search.


http://www.freecovers.net/

http://www.findmycover.com/

http://www.cdcovers.cc/covers.php

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Posted 16 November 2006 - 11:25 PM

Well if you want to make a REALLY nice dvd cover you need to get you a 40? dollar light scribe dvd-rw drive and some lightscribe dvds.

Look up lightscribe on the internet. You can burn pictures in a black and white type coloring onto the dvds. Its just amazing. The dvds cost more than regular ones do but it could be worth it if you count the cost of other labeling devices and the ink it takes.

Lightscribe uses the laser to burn onto the disk so you never need ink.

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Posted 17 November 2006 - 10:05 PM

LightScribe is AWESOME.. I like it alot.. Alot of people don't like it, but i do.. There's alot of mix emotions about it.. I think it is a young program and/or technoligy thats gonna get better in time..




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