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    Gripper's Avatar Dexter's Apprentice.
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    to replace an old one thats fecked up,whats a good program to use?

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    Nero Cover Designer.

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    I've found coverXP works really well, especialy if you print on card-stock (close to cardboard cases)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vash999
    I've found coverXP works really well, especialy if you print on card-stock (close to cardboard cases)
    I used to use cover XP back in the day, good program.

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    Cheers everyone

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    http://jump.to/undercoverxp

    Prints CD & DVD covers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Sushi
    http://jump.to/undercoverxp

    Prints CD & DVD covers
    That looks pretty good

    Still looking for a decent site to get covers from... I used to use dvdcoverart.com back in the day (before they were forced to shut down) and I have no idea where the crew migrated to. If anyone knows it would be most helpful Their covers were amazing. Someone mentioned http://www.generetic.org/ the other day and although they have great covers they don't have that many.

    Edit* I think they've moved here - http://www.dvdcoverart.org/ but it's registration by invitation only Great!
    Last edited by Samurai; 10-18-2005 at 11:18 AM.

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    Gripper's Avatar Dexter's Apprentice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Sushi
    http://jump.to/undercoverxp

    Prints CD & DVD covers
    Cheers Darth just the sort of thing I was looking for ,simple and easy to use.

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    You are making a cover for Legal music, no?

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