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I do not know how to show a screen cap. When I retrieve a saved disk label, on top of the collection of images I placed there, two concentric blue circles appear over my label. The circles have a .25" gap. The label is dimmed, with the space between the lines bright. The space is similar to the gap provided for a data recording label. The print preview shows only the part of my label that appear between the circles. I have tried exporting the composite label, but when I call it back as inserting an image, the quality has deteriorated significantly. It appears that I will have to re-create the label after each disk I burn, then burn the label. This will become very tedious, as I have 35 to go!
My old Roxio EZ CD Creator 5 would burn as many CDs as I asked. Until my old computer died, I had a Lightscribe program separate from Roxio and could make better choices. With the LightScriber burner attached, I have no choice to make a label, then choose LightScribe. NXT does that automatically.
I think there is something wrong with NXT4. It opened the saved label once, then every time I try to open it, or any of several subsequent attempts, the circles appear.
I think my best bet is to ask for a refund from Roxio and find another program. They screwed up when they put all the photo stuff on top of the CD Creator. Adaptec did a far better job with it!