I have been experimenting with a program called AudioLabel which may not do all you want, but it will read CDs and print the track titles to the label and J cards. I have not tried printing the CD label. A trial copy can be downloaded.
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From: Miriam Meislik [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2003 3:42 PM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Labelling Software
I am need of labeling software to label J-cards, audio cassettes, and preferably something that does CD hub labels. I have been goofing off with Sure Thing CD Labeler and am less than impressed with its ability to be able to set each label to print different from each other label. I don't know the software very well, but nothing seems intuitive with it. For instance, I want to be able to enter collection number, collection title, title of the item and an item number with the collection data staying the same.
I also have been looking at NEATO's MediaFACE II. I am not terribly keen on this since it seems to support only the NEATO labels.
Is anyone using anything that they like? I am not looking to spend gobs of cash, but I really would like something that works, is easy to use without needing an engineering degree, and that offers some customization.
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