There's nothing more bland than piles and piles of blank CDs or DVDs.
Most people can't be bothered to create personalized covers for them because they don't know where to start. However, innovations such as Lightscribe and applications such as Disc Cover have made it almost as easy to create a cover as it is to burn a disc so there's really no excuse.
Disc Cover is an easy to use and intelligent tool for creating CD/DVD labels, cover art and more. You can be as creative or as lazy as you want thanks to a huge number of templates and designs within Disc Cover. Best of all, it integrates with several other Apple applications such as iTunes, iPhoto, Finder and iDVD to import images and data into your covers saving you tons of time.
When you start Disc Cover, you are confronted with the setup wizard which allows you choose a template (based on music genre mainly) and then some track names from iTunes (or a film title from iDVD) that you want to import. After this, the graphics editor opens giving you a huge amount of control over how the disc cover looks.
In fact, Disc Cover is a design enthusiast's dream allowing you to tweak the color palette, change the fonts and reposition text accurately. The great thing about moving text around is that it automatically fits itself to the shape of the CD or DVD so you don't need to fiddle about.
If you've got lots of DVDs and CDs just waiting for covers, Disc Cover is the perfect applications to give them some life.
- OS X 10.7 Lion is now supported.
- Image search in the Internet has been fixed.