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Print CD/DVD covers with UndercoverXP

If you like to burn movies to DVD for watching on your player, like I do, you might also like to print covers for the DVD boxes. Not only covers make it easier for you to search, it gives the DVD box a more complete and “original” look, and your personal movie library looks better.

The trouble with printing covers is figuring out the right size of it. UndercoverXP is an application that makes printing covers easier. You load the image into the application and it automatically scales the image to the correct size to fit into the selected format, which includes front covers, back covers, front + inside, inlays, DVD Boxes, Digital Pictures and CD/DVD labels. You can load separate images for the front and back cover, select the format from the drop down menu and print it from within the application. It also prints dotted lines showing you where to cut and fold the paper.


Apart from CD and DVD covers, UndercoverXP can also print Playstation, Wii, Blue Ray and HD DVD covers.

UndercoverXP also comes with a cover editor that allows you to modify the existing cover formats and even create new ones. If you want to change the orientation of the image before printing it has to be done from the editor.

The software suggests a couple of sites from where you can download free covers. But you can also download any image from any site – you don’t have to worry about the correct size. UndercoverXP will do it for you.


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