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    Best program to use for DVD cover Design...

    I would think Photoshop but what program what accept photoshop files and alphas?

    Thanks.
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    Are you looking for dvd cover template software?


    Just use photoshop/illustrator, do test prints on regular paper, and hold it up with your label paper in the light to line it up.... Once it's in line then print on your labels
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      #3
      I use "disc cover" on the mac, but unfortunately they don't accept alphas to my knowledge. They have a variety of templates and you can always bring your design in from photoshop just for the prints. It has worked for me so far. Oh, and I would never print using stickers. Always use inkjet prinatble cd & DVDs. If I was on the pc I would look into nero.
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        #4
        Thanks guys I have nero but was wondering what else.
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          #5
          Why do you need an alpha? Try using pure white as a background when creating the image in PS, for the purposes of printing white is transparent. In PS flatten the image and save it in a format that Nero will import such as JPG.

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            Originally posted by milksac View Post
            Why do you need an alpha? Try using pure white as a background when creating the image in PS, for the purposes of printing white is transparent. In PS flatten the image and save it in a format that Nero will import such as JPG.
            Wow that is an easy fix lol can't believe I didn't think of that thanks milksac!
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