Ashampoo Cover Studio

Ashampoo Cover Studio 2.20

Design your own labels and covers for CD and DVD

Creating a custom CD or DVD with photos, videos or whatever you can think of is quite easy. But what about the cover? View full description

PROS

  • Easy to use wizard-like interface
  • Lots of options to customize the cover
  • Support for several different formats
  • Includes ready-made themes

CONS

  • You can't download covers from the Internet

Very good
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Creating a custom CD or DVD with photos, videos or whatever you can think of is quite easy. But what about the cover?

With Ashampoo Cover Studio this task turns into a child's play. This full featured application helps you create all sorts of covers for your custom discs, from the typical CD slim cases to professional Blu-ray cases, including also direct printing on discs – provided your printer supports this functionality or has LightScribe technology.

The program is really easy to use. It features a wizard-like interface that walks you through the process step by step: select the appropriate case format and paper size, pick a background picture or one of the themes included in the program, add a few elements (title, disc content, predefined shapes and more) and finally print the result.

Ashampoo Cover Studio is a complete cover editor that will probably cover all your needs regarding the creation of labels and covers for your discs. The only thing I missed was the possibility to download covers directly from the Web.

Are you looking for a tool to design your own CD and DVD covers? Ashampoo Cover Studio has all the tools you need.

— User reviews — about Ashampoo Cover Studio

  • Bill Hickman

    by Bill Hickman

    "Mr W. J. Hickman"

    It is great program and does everything you would expect it to. The price was very good and has made me look at Ashampoo... More.

    reviewed on October 27, 2009

  • "Good program."

    Is good.Este un program bun,se lucreaza usor cu el.Este un program simplu,interfata simpla.Easy to work.OK. More.

    reviewed on October 4, 2009