How To Print DVD Labels With CD/DVD Label Maker


A woman called me because she wanted to print up some DVD labels for some movies she owns. So I went online to look for a free, easy-to-use program and came across this program, CD&DVD Label Maker. At the time of this writing, it’s not bundled with any third-party software.

CD/DVD Label Maker

So once you get it downloaded and installed, run it and down the right-hand side of the program, in the Type section, click on Jewel Case.

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Then click on the Select Image button. In this case, I used a downloaded image for the movie, The Mist.

Then, in the Stretch section, click on Stretch.


Then, going to the top menu, click on the Print button.

This program has a few other options if you want to experiment with them but it fills the basic needs that my client wants.

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Terry Hollett

Terry is a self-taught computer aficionado, who after being exposed to Windows 3.1 in the early 1990's devoured every book and magazine on the subject he could get his hands on. A published author with over 20 years' experience building and servicing computers for friends and family he started his first website in 2002 at Hit Any Key.

4 Comments

  1. Haha. She wanted to print up some DVD Labels for some movies she owns.

    Yeah right ! Was that “owns” as in “downloaded” ?

    • She doesn’t have cable or anything and usually buys DVDs and even VHS movies at yard sales. I don’t know how much she is into downloading movies. I’ve bought DVDs at yard sales that didn’t come in its proper case.

  2. Creating a jewel case label is fine however it is possible to buy and
    print stick-on labels for attaching to the disk face. If done carefully this should not present a problem running CD’s but DVD disks are far more critical and if they are even slightly off-centre or tending to peel off there is a risk of damage to the disk and to the player.

    • She wants jewel case labels and not the ones that you stick on DVDs. I’m aware of the CD/DVD labels that you can print up and stick on a disk but I would never use anything like that myself or recommend it to anyone else for the exact reasons that you mentioned.

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