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Reviewed by: Stuart on 2007-06-05 19:52:36. Rating:
Using the program that came with another brand of inserts I only had to print 1 of these to figure out how much of an adjustment to make. Great quality inserts.
Reviewed by: RenRodRen on 2006-06-01 16:54:32. Rating:
I purchased a 50 pack of these and they do work fine. The colors look great as well but the problem is that I can't print my DVD covers correctly! They never seem to come out right. I've measured the papers, entered the measurements and still doesn't print correctly. I'm using Nero 6 Cover Designer just in case anybody can lend a hand! thanks...
Reviewed by: kcjazzman on 2005-12-23 18:39:49. Rating:
These are great! I ordered 200 of these the first time around and plan to order another 200. Before trying this brand I used the Avery brand which cost much more. After readig some of the reviews about trouble using the designer templates I would recommend useing Neato Media Face 4 software. A trial version can be downloaded from the Neato web site.
Reviewed by: Rob on 2005-06-29 16:01:37. Rating:
These labels aren't really that bad. The tabs to tear off are a little hard and leave a fringe of perforations that i have to snip off. They are MUCH better quality paper than my memorex. Covers now look 10x better. The paper seems to soak in and blend the colors nicely (esp. black). And i have the HP Photosmart 8450, so trust me when i say they came out 10x better. The paper was a little off from my memorex template but i still use memorex's dvd insert software and just have to scoot down the image so it looks like it's out of the boundaries but when it prints it's fine...only took me 4 tries :) Shipping could have been a day or 2 faster but it was fine. Will buy these again.
Reviewed by: mascoman on 2005-05-11 17:35:50. Rating:
These DVD case inserts are pretty good, work well with Surething software. The only complaint I have is the last 200 I order the perforation seems not to go all the way thru the stock, you have to fold back and forth a few times at the perforation otherwise it doesn't tear clean.
Reviewed by: Big Nick on 2004-12-25 19:31:19. Rating:
I love these!!! I bought a 50 pack to test them out. I agree with the other posters, that the templates posted on here are crap. Just use MS Photo Editor! It works great!
In MS Phote Editor:
load your image
file -> print
set your printer options to:
Click Allow Distortion
Set position as follows:
Set Size as follows:
Load the insert into your printer with the arrows going into the printer. Works like a champ every time. It took me about 5 tries, but I found these settings to work the best. Of course you may need to adjust them my a .1 here and a .2 there.
Reviewed by: EastCoaster on 2004-12-17 19:54:56. Rating:
These inserts combined with Nero cover designer work perfect.
My first few printed a couple mm's off center but after adjusting for it in Nero preferences they print perfect and fit perfect after removing the perforated edges. They slide in the DVD cases sold here and look great. I also do not have to use a special or custom template.
The only "cons" I have is they are a little pricey compared to other inserts and the perforated bottom edge does not tear easily.
It's always the bottom edge. The other three are fine.
Maybe Shop4Tech could pass that info on to the manufacture.
(I always fold twice before tearing but the bottom edge is a problem) I've bought hundreds and the paper itself is always excellent quality and without blemish.
Tear easier and a little more in line, price wise, with other brands and you have a perfect 5 star rating.
Thanks to Shop4Tech for offering this product as it is hard to find elsewhere.
Reviewed by: Bisha on 2004-07-28 20:24:04. Rating:
Well these puppies were very frustrating at first because I could not get them to print correctly on either of the templates posted on this site. The Photoshop one was especially a pain to figure out but edges were off. Finally someone told me to build a custom template in "Surething CD DVD Labeler" and after measuring everything with a ruler several times... success! Paper quality was better than the Memorex labels I was previously using, very nice and thick. Shop4Tech shipping was fast too. Will definetely buy these again.