|AudioLabel Album Cover Maker - Free Trial
32 bit & 64 bit
|Help File: Getting Started Quickly
Welcome to AudioLabel
The quickest way to get started is to place your CD in the drive and press the
Read CD button on the toolbar.
The Read CD function is used to search for album information (artist, title, track list)
and automatically fill out the cover for you. The search always retrieves the number of tracks, track times, and total time.
To make sure your album information can be found, please follow the tips listed on the
Read CD Dialog help page.
It's possible for text and images to overlap each other on the cd cover template.
A single click of the mouse will select the top item, while a double click will select the item above or below.
Each time you select an item, all of its available properties are displayed on
Printing: You can select your label paper brand (or CD Printer) in the
Change Label Paper dialog.
If your label paper is not listed, you can use the Label Alignment Wizard
to make your own cd cover template or adjust the dimensions of an existing template.
It's recommended that you Calibrate the Printer before printing for the first time.
Images can be added using the Image Toolbar;
although, you can also copy and paste images from any web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer).
The Image Search Dialog can be used to scan your entire computer for existing images.
Single & Double Disc mode:
AudioLabel album cover maker can be run in two modes: 'Single Disc' and 'Double Disc'.
In Single Disc mode, there is only one CD in your project; although, you can print a duplicate of the same CD.
In Double Disc mode, there are two different CDs on the same page.
You can change the mode by selecting New from the