How to Create Professional CD/DVD Labels with Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker 3.28
If you are looking for a software that can help you create your own CD/DVD labels and jewel cases with ease and flexibility, you might want to check out Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker 3.28. This software allows you to import your music playlists from iTunes, Windows Media Player, and other popular programs, and automatically puts your track list on your CD/DVD label. You can also choose from hundreds of custom art designs for holidays and special occasions, or import your own images in various formats. You can also print directly on CD surfaces using more than 200 supported printer models, or use LightScribe technology to burn your label design onto your disc.
In this article, we will show you how to use Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker 3.28 to create professional CD/DVD labels in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Download and install Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker 3.28
You can download Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker 3.28 from this link. The file size is about 10 MB and the installation process is straightforward. You will need a keygen to activate the full version of the software, which you can find here. After installing and activating the software, you can launch it from your desktop or start menu.
Step 2: Choose your label template and layout
When you start Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker 3.28, you will see a welcome screen that lets you choose your label template and layout. You can select from a wide range of templates for different types of discs and cases, such as standard CD, mini CD, DVD, slimline jewel case, DVD case, etc. You can also create your own custom template if you have a specific paper stock or label size. You can preview the template on the right side of the screen and adjust the margins and dimensions if needed.
After choosing your template and layout, click on Next to proceed.
Step 3: Import your music playlist or enter your track list manually
The next screen allows you to import your music playlist from various sources, such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, WinAmp, Easy CD Creator, or any other popular playlist or previously burnt CD. You can also enter your track list manually by typing or pasting it in the text box. You can edit the track information by double-clicking on each field, such as title, artist, album, genre, etc. You can also change the font, color, size, alignment, and style of the text by using the toolbar at the top.
After importing or entering your track list, click on Next to continue.
Step 4: Choose your background image and design elements
The next screen allows you to choose your background image and design elements for your label. You can select from hundreds of custom art designs for holidays and special occasions, such as Christmas, Valentines, birthdays, vacations, weddings, and more. You can also import your own images in JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIF, GIF, PCX, and WMF formats, plus a variety of RAW formats. You can resize, rotate, crop, flip, and adjust the brightness and contrast of your images by using the toolbar at the top.
You can also add text objects, shapes objects (such as circles,
rectangles), line objects (such as arrows), barcode objects (such as ISBN,
UPC), or image objects (such as logos) to your label by using the buttons on
the left side of the screen. You can drag and drop these objects anywhere on
your label and edit their properties by double-clicking on them. You can also
use circular and spiral text effects for creating eye-catching labels.
After choosing your background image and design elements,