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RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker (rerun) Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker (rerun)

RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker is a software program to design beautiful labels and covers for your video, mp3 and data collections, photo slideshows and backups.
$ 19.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 49 (62%) 30 (38%) 19 comments

RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker (rerun) was available as a giveaway on August 11, 2011!

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RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker is a software program to design beautiful labels and covers for your video, mp3 and data collections, photo slideshows and backups. Its easy-to-use wizard-like interface allows you to create labels in just a few clicks.

The software contains predesigned templates for CD and DVD labels, CD case inserts, DVD and Blu-Ray covers, paper CD cases and custom size covers.

Don’t wait, make fine labels and covers yourself!

System Requirements:

Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 7/ 2008

Publisher:

RonyaSoft

Homepage:

http://www.ronyasoft.com/products/cd-dvd-label-maker/

File Size:

7.24 MB

Price:

$ 19.95

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#19

I was one of those that had a problem with the previous giveaway; unfortunately, I uninstalled it. I went to their website and dwnld sotware. Where is the registration info?

Reply   |   Comment by stacy  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#18

Is this in any way an improvement over the bundled CD/DVD printing design software that comes with certain epson printers that print directly to printable white or clear media? And will this work with such printers. printing to paper labels which are then stuck onto optical media to be played in modern drives is simply not to be recomended, modern drives spin so fast they stress standard media on its own significantly and have been known to cause only slightly damaged media to shatter inside drives, adding an inferior material like paper glued by non-professional methods with less than perfect alignment with no ability to measure and adjust the balance of the final product is just asking for wrecked spindle bearings at best and mangled drive mechanisims at worst, create case inner linings by all means but don't do anything to alter the optical media geomitry just to prettify the discs, get the discs printed professionally or use lightscribe discs and the free lightscribe design software packages found on the lightscribe website or if you are fortunate enough to have a CD/DVD print facility on your printer use that.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#17

Followup to #11 - RonyaSoft's website does say it supports CD/DVD printers.

Reply   |   Comment by David  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#16

#6 - Have to agree with #10 above. I have used Lightscribe but it is hard to read sometimes, shiny etc. I switched many years ago to Printable media using a basic HP Inkjet that has a CD/DVD tray and the cd or dvd looks perfect just like you were printing on regular paper. Dries almost instantly and has absolutely no problem in a CD or DVD player including slot drives that you mention. The Verbatim Printable media is great quality rather than some of the cheap brands at some of the stores. I try to stick to "Hub Printable" media when possible so you don't have a gigantic hole in the center of the CD/DVD. One caveat is that it helps if the CD/DVD software has either the templates or is able to print to these type of printers. I use Surething CD Labeler 5.2 and it does do this. I have not checked out the above software to know whether it does or not. Maybe someone else can attest to this.

Reply   |   Comment by David  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#15

The program works very easily to create awesome Labels and covers.
Thank you
It says activated but its also still asking for an activation key which is sent via email.
I have not given an email address so how can I get an activation key?

Please help as its a great program.
Thanks
Maggi

Reply   |   Comment by Maggi  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#14

I don't undrestand why the output file is NOT in jpg format. would have been much easier to make one cover for frind and email it!
Or at least you would have choice of out put type.

Reply   |   Comment by Reza  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#13

Funny, I was just looking yesterday for a program like this, I don't print labels or covers very often but I do have a bunch of CD/DVD's I've burned and just stuck a reg. type address label on or marked on them with a felt marker what they are. Hopefully I can clean up my own mess a little and straighten them out now. I give it a thumbs up. Fairly simple and straight forward to use.

Reply   |   Comment by Snake1  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#12

#6: "... you must use a CD stomper or sticker to put on the front of the CD or DVD... Trying to get a sticker directly to the middle of a CD/DVD is nearly impossible, but as mentioned, even if it is perfect, it can still cause the issues I will describe below... When you put a sticker on top you are adding weight not only to the CD/DVD but you may be adding the weight unevenly. When the CD/DVD gets pulled onto the spinner, it will droop on one side or the other, and thus cause issues with the player. It will cause uneven loading, or spinning high/low, it will also cause problems with ejection because when the CD/DVD is put back into the tray internally, after spinning, it may be so uneven that it refuses to come out... This happened to me in my Ford Bronco and since the Bronco has such a weird big stereo in it, you pretty much have to get a factory set to make it look right. You can install one that is smaller, or get lucky and find one with DVD and touchscreen that fits, but normally you will be unable to find something that is a perfect fit...

You certainly have had some bad luck, I'll give you that, but I've not had problems applying decent brand, good quality labels to discs since the early-mid 90s when I got my 1st CD burner. I still have some of the earliest labeled discs, & use them occasionally today without problems. I think the weight added by a good paper label is less than the silk-screened paint on some retail discs, but regardless, the thickness of DVD & Blu-Ray writable &/or printable discs [& thus total weight] varies, so I don't believe total weight is much of an issue. [BTW, I've gotten some BD-RE blanks that use a thin flexible coating rather than a 2nd layer of plastic on the side that's burned/read, so maybe be a little extra careful if you get discs that seem thinner.] That said, labels do need to be correctly applied, & they do need to be high quality. Balance can be an issue, but that can easily be eliminated by not for example just printing 1/2 of a disc or label, but even if your design is off balance it's not usually a problem AFAIK except in the very cheapest, lightest weight disc handling mechanisms. PC CD/DVD burning drives are a sub $20 commodity, but with reasonable care [e.g. wash PBJ smeared fingerprints off the disc before using, make sure discs aren't cracked or warped, no labels peeling off...] I've seen them handle almost anything during their life expectancy, which in my experience is [like hard drives] somewhere between 2 - 4 years of fairly heavy use. [FWIW & IMHO a biz really should have at least 1 spare replacement DVD drive, + a hard drive on the shelf, as either can generally be replaced quickly/easily if you can use a screw driver (little to no tech expertise required with 2-4 screws holding them in place & 2 wires to plug in). Personally I don't think anyone should feel badly if your drive at work got screwed up -- stuff happens -- and < $20 for a DVD drive is pretty minor when it comes to the cost of doing biz.]

OEM & other cheapest car/truck stereos can be more trouble-prone, so you may be right cautioning against using labeled discs with OEM audio systems, especially if the discs are left in a hot car, & especially if you don't let the stereo cool before you insert a disc [if the inside of a car reaches 140 degrees, imagine the temps inside a dash in direct sunlight]. I've worked on cars/trucks for 30+ years, ran a few shops, & was a bit of an audio enthusiast, designing/building/installing complete systems, & *most* OEM audio stuff is frankly massively over-priced with often dismal levels of quality. This is because OEM stereos (& the components in them) are usually lowest bid items -- automakers often jump at the chance to save a fraction of a penny per unit cost, regardless consequences as long as it meets minimal safety standards... why do you think there are so many recalls & safety issues, & if they'll skimp on important stuff like tires & brakes, imagine what they do with car audio? [Note: in-dash stereo components (receivers, heads etc.) are built to std. sizes & mounting, & companies like Scosche [scosche.com] offer a big selection of fairly inexpensive mounting kits/bezels & wiring harness adapters/connectors, so opting for an aftermarket system is normally not a big deal. Tip: the hardest part can be figuring out how the various pieces of the dash, e.g. bezels come off, so Google/Bing -- Harbor Freight (harborfreight.com) sells tools to remove parts that just snap on/off for < $10.]

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#10: "Just use printable media. No labels, and no problems."

I think that's one area where RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker could be improved... Right now I've got some printable dual layer DVD blanks & some printable BD-RE discs -- the inner non-printable parts [circles] are different dimensions, which is easily handled using custom settings in the Epson Print CD app. RonyaSoft CD DVD Label Maker doesn't have that capability, so for me it's only good for designing the image, not the actual printing.

That said, it's certainly less work to print a disc rather than print a label & then apply it, & often enough I've bought the printable versions because they were cheaper on sale than the regular shiny blanks.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#11

#6 - I do the same as #10 and use white printable media for backing up my own DVD's and CD's - it looks more professional than lightscribe which I think is brilliant for personal projects.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#10

#6 - Just use printable media. No labels, and no problems.

Reply   |   Comment by Centauri  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#9

Thank you GOTD for many programs and Ronyasoft for this offer. Surly, this program may be a good one, but I will pass. When I bought my "Stomp" unit every thing was included, labels, application physical stomper, and the program. All work very well and package price was very low; hint,watch for specials. Good advice, once you get a program that works, the printer aligned and the workflow in your mind, then why change?
OK, being addicted to GOTD programs I will download and try,,,programs are power, like having two 1/2 inch wrenches in my tool box.

Reply   |   Comment by Donald Pullum  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#8

I was one of those who pointed out problems on the day so thanks to GOTD and Ronyasoft for the re-run.

Reply   |   Comment by ray  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#7

Thanks GOTD crew - I was one of many who was unable to register this and ended up removing it. It's not often you find a majority of positive reviews/thumbs up for something as offbeat as a CD/DVD Label Maker so this will be nice to add to the collection.

Reply   |   Comment by Cino  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#6

I have one problem with software for CD's and DVD's like this, and this problem has cost me over $500 just to make a CD look better. The problem is this, you must use a CD stomper or sticker to put on the front of the CD or DVD, and if it is not on exactly right, and I mean exactly right, it can cause your car audio system, your playstation, your xbox, your DVD player or any player TO QUIT WORKING! Exactly right does not always work either. Trying to get a sticker directly to the middle of a CD/DVD is nearly impossible, but as mentioned, even if it is perfect, it can still cause the issues I will describe below.

This is especially TRUE on CD/DVD systems that pull the CD in, most of which are found in automobiles and sometimes on computers, (my Dell 1737 Studio has one) mainly laptops. If it is a tray system, it may not fail as bad or quickly, but there are no guarantees here. When you put a sticker on top you are adding weight not only to the CD/DVD but you may be adding the weight unevenly. When the CD/DVD gets pulled onto the spinner, it will droop on one side or the other, and thus cause issues with the player. It will cause uneven loading, or spinning high/low, it will also cause problems with ejection because when the CD/DVD is put back into the tray internally, after spinning, it may be so uneven that it refuses to come out. Sometimes it will just blink and never come out, other times it will come out for a quick second and go right back in.

This happened to me in my Ford Bronco and since the Bronco has such a weird big stereo in it, you pretty much have to get a factory set to make it look right. You can install one that is smaller, or get lucky and find one with DVD and touchscreen that fits, but normally you will be unable to find something that is a perfect fit. I went on EBAY and luckily was able to find one for $200 for the Bronco. When I called the dealership to get a quote, the price for a 6 disk player with MP3 was over $700!!!!! I also broke my work PC's CD/DVD player by using a CD a vendor sent me for a patch to our financial system. I was able to get it out using a paperclip and pushing the hole to remove it, but it never worked right after that again. When I looked at the CD they sent, it was stomped (I didn't notice this when I put it in), and it was very off center.

If I were you, I would only use Light Scribe Technology or use a very thin producing digital label maker. The weight of a label maker (Brother sells a lot of them) is much lighter and much less abusive to the player. Invest in a Light Scribe DVD/CD player... Light Scribe uses a laser to put impressions on the CD. It pretty much burns the image onto the CD with no paper, stickers, stompers, uneven stuff, etc.

Reply   |   Comment by Holy Moses  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#5

#3 Thanks, saves me from having to download again.

Reply   |   Comment by Line1  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#4

Hi joybar,

there is an activation file inside the archive you got from the site.

Regards,
GOTD team

Reply   |   Comment by Giveaway of the Day project team  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#3

Hi friendlymentor,

your copy has nothing wrong. We had major problems on our side last week and the giveaway stopped 7 hours earlier. That is why you see this rerun.

Have a nice day!
GOTD project team

Reply   |   Comment by Giveaway of the Day project team  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+22)
#2

Why is this a rerun? Does that mean that the program I installed last week has something wrong with it?

Reply   |   Comment by friendlymentor  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#1

downloaded no problem but where do you find the registration?

Reply   |   Comment by joybar  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
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