Printing CD/DVD labels using Mediaface 5

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  1. laserbeam

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    I would like to print a few labels for some CD'S and CD Roms and was told about Mediaface.I have just installed the trial version of Mediaface 5 and not sure how it works and wondered if anyone out had used it and could advise me
     
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    Have just seen this

    //disketch-disk-labeler.en.softonic.com/
     
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    Can someone suggest the easiest and or quickest way to print some CD labels.My printer is a Brother DCP-J315 Model and my O/S is Windows 7.Have looked at various ways but as it is all new to me some advise would be greatly appreciated.I probably need a template not sure what software if any I may need and also of course the blank labels.A few names come to mind ie Neato,Fellows and Avery may also need a applicator.Hope someone can help.Thank's in anticipation
     
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    Look for a starter pack (labels, template/software CD, applicator).
    Use plain A4 paper with the alignment/calibration software to ensure your image prints where the label would be.
    Some sheets have two disc labels and some redundant library case labels, these are arranges so they can be inserted either way round in the printer, others fit three disc labels but must be correctly oriented.
    You must use the correct software/template for the label sheets, but should be able to use any applicator/label combination.
     
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    Thanks nvingo Would you have any idea of any good starter packs have seen a applicator on Amazon
     
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    You use Neato self-adhesive cd labels with the software and any printer. Buy a starter kit.
     
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    I put this on an earlier thread on this Forum.

     

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