On the milestone birthdays of your friends or family members (when they turn 18 or a full decade older like 30, 40 or 50 etc), it is always a good idea to present them with a CD or DVD disc containing your fondest memories with them. It could be set of pictures going back many years or it could be a number of vacation videos when you had so much fun with them. It would make the occasion even more special if you put a nicely designed disc cover or label for the disc sets. And if you do not know how to create a pretty disc cover for your CD, DVD or Blu-ray discs, then you can always try Disketch.
Using the Disketch software for Windows, you can quickly and easily create very nice looking disc covers and labels for all sorts of discs. When it is launched, you have to choose the project type and you can choose if you want to create CD covers, DVD covers, Blu-ray disc covers, or print the label directly on the discs through your printer. For the last option, you need special discs that allow printing on their label side using inkjet printers.
Disketch offers a user interface that allows easy designing of the disc covers, cases and labels. You are shown a review of the cover or case and you can add text, images, clipart or frames on these designs as you prefer. The text can be placed anywhere on the cover designs and can be curved in a circular path too. If you feel like it is giving you enough tools, then you can design your image in other tools like GIMP and then use the picture as the background image for the cover or labels.
The finished projects can be directly sent to your connected printers or be exported in form of images or PDF files. It is better to print them using Disketch for the correct ratio on the selected printer paper rather than using another program to print the PDF files later.
Disketch definitely makes creating and printing optical disc covers a matter of seconds. It can be used to design the covers and print them on all kinds of papers as well as directly on the CD/DVD discs.
You can download Disketch from https://www.nchsoftware.com/cdlabeler/index.html.