[QUOTE=Wyvern;1961274]I’ve bought a load of DVD labels from a shop, but I have no idea how to line up the images on my PC so as to make them actually print in to the circular sticker where the DVD is. Is there some program I can use or an industry standard where the stickers are? The sheets are A4 and have 2 DVD stickers on them each, with a bunch of what appear to be very thin labels above (VHS?) and one big one, on each side.
Is there a way to find out where exactly I print, without wasting a bunch trying to get the measurements? And which programs will be accurate enough? Apologies if this should go in the newbie forum but this forum seemed more appropriate.
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Very few people around here will recommend using sticky labels on DVDs. Read this thread before proceeding.
You need software that supports printing to label templates. The sheets you have will be identified with a brand and template number, and hopefully will be listed in the software’s layout, or at least something close to them. There will also be some adjustment for centering the labels. Surething is about the best option for software, but you may already have Nero or something else with some label-printing capability.
That said, I’ll also recommend that you not do this. If you really want nice-looking labels, invest in an inkjet printer that supports direct disc printing, and some good quality printable media. In the long run, if you print a lot of discs, it may even be cheaper than the sticky labels.