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Printing jewel case covers?


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Hi there,

I had an old version of Easy CD Creator and recently upgraded to Roxio 7. When I try and get the CD contents to automatically update on the CD cover it doesn't transfer the information. This is on CD's I created using the old version. Is there a way to do this?

 

Also, is it possible to download a jwl viewer as I would like to create CD covers at home and print them at work, but don't have Roxio at work.

 

Cheers

Stephen

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Hi there,

I had an old version of Easy CD Creator and recently upgraded to Roxio 7. When I try and get the CD contents to automatically update on the CD cover it doesn't transfer the information. This is on CD's I created using the old version. Is there a way to do this?

 

Also, is it possible to download a jwl viewer as I would like to create CD covers at home and print them at work, but don't have Roxio at work.

 

Cheers

Stephen

Well, let's start with the second question first, no, there is no ".JWL" viewer. That file format is one created by Roxio, and there's no separate "viewer" application. You could always do a custom installation of just CD Label Creator at work, if that's allowed.

 

As for getting the data off your CDs and into Label Creator, are you certain you wrote them with CD-Text? Are these custom layouts? If so, then they would have to have CD-Text for Label Creator to get the track/title information since EMC 7 uses different project files. If you didn't write them in DAO mode with CD-Text (DAO mode is required to write CD-Text) then you'll have to enter the data manually to get it into Label Creator for version 7.

 

If, on the other hand, these are copies of commercial discs, then the track info should be able to be found on the internet, so make sure EMC has access to your web connection and you have the option to get track/title information from the Internet enabled. (Dig through the "options" to find that setting.)

 

Hope that helps!

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