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Cyberlink LabelPrint

Cyberlink LabelPrint Editor's Review

Design the CD/DVD labels you want and need with this easy and fun to use Windows application.

Soft32 has a number of great applications for creating backup copies of the DVD's you legally own. After you've made your copy, you need to label it in some way so that its identifiable. This is one of the reasons why I like Cyberlink LabelPrint. It’s a fun and easy to use optical disc labeling program for Windows.

CyberLink LabelPrint can create stunning CD and DVD labels in four quick steps. All you really need to do is select your template type, disc information, text layout, background image, and print destination. LabelPrint supports layout and printing on a broad range of templates for your CD/DVD labels.

It gets even better when you use Labelflash and LightScribe. Labelflash software and LightScribe software allow you to "etch" image designs and text onto the surface of your Labelflash and LightScribe discs. LabelPrint recognizes if a burner and disc support these technologies, and provides the option to burn to that media.

If you're a music nut, you can work with MP3 audio files to create numbered track lists quickly by simply selecting the files you have added to your disc. The information is automatically transferred between layout templates, enabling the creation of custom CD/DVD labels, jewel-case covers and inlays all at the same time.

CyberLink LabelPrint also supports a broad range of commercial templates from leading label makers for your disc covers. A built-in library of high-resolution images provides you with choices of 16 popular themes, including Travel, Happy Birthday, and now Soccer. You can also import your own images and then edit them to fit your label and disc cover designs.

If you've got other CyberLink products, there's an added bonus. Even though LabelPrint is designed to operate as a standalone product, it integrates with and complements CyberLink's other applications.

Pro’s: Integrates with other CyberLink products, Labelflash and LightScribe support, creates labels, jewel case covers and inlays in a single task;

Con’s: Use of some features requires additional hardware and software;

Conclusion: CyberLink LabelPrint is a decent application and is reasonably priced.  I like the use Labelflash and LightScribe support that it includes, but using it requires the appropriate hardware and software, acquired elsewhere.  The application is easy to use, and offers a decent amount of templates to help you get your labels going.  As long as you've got the time, and ink or toner to support the printing of all your labels, you're really going to enjoy this application.

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