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    Design and print custom CD, DVD or Blu Ray labels and covers with Disketch disc label software. Free to download. Quick to install, easy to use CD label maker software for PC or Mac.

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    Create 3D Box Shots, DVD Cases, Member Cards, CD And Book Covers In A Single Program!

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    UndercoverXP is a small program to easily print CD & DVD covers.

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    Why let the artists have all the fun?

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    gLabels is a program for creating labels and business cards for the GNOME desktop environment.

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    Create labels using templates on lightscribe compatible drives and disks. 22 languages.

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    Undercover10 is a small program to easily print Blu-ray, DVD and CD covers.

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    Disc Cover is a slick and intuitive Mac OS X software to create labels and covers for CDs, DVDs and more.

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    Create simple labels on lightscribe compatible drives and disks. 22 languages.

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    Use this website to create a PDF file which can be printed and folded to create a paper CD case.

  11. CoverCreator is a free Windows application for creating professional plain text jewel case inserts...

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    AVS4YOU Dowload: Audio and Video Editor

  13. DVDScribe is a very simple LightScribe application that allows you to burn images on your...

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