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i have none of the appropriate software
whatever you design, remember that it has to look good in a 12cm x 12cm square.
thanks for letting me know it's 12cm by 12cm...
is there a template i can drag and drop onto word or something which i can then just fill? that would seem easy...
you could just create a 12cm x 12cm box on word.
but if you're trying to do anything involving graphics it'll look pretty horrible..
want to be able to do the front, the back and also the SPIIIIIIIIIINE... what size is the spine?
but it'll be about 2cm for the spine
remember also that the back sleeve needs to be wider than the front sleeve.
of Illustrator and Photoshop from the Adobe site which are active for 30 days which should be plenty of time for you to do your nu-rave artwork
for this pressure on lucien...
i think the 2012 olympic artwork is meant to be nu rave... don't you? also it' s growing on me
I am starting to soften my stance on that logo - the pink and black version looks alright
I mean you're not using Windows Media Player or iTunes or some shit like that, are you? :(
Nero comes with a full CD designer package on it.
The sizes aren't exactly 12cm I've found so allow that you may have to slice off a few millimetres round the outside.
The inside bit is about 15cm wide by 12cm high I think, but google for it if you haven't got a case to hand and a ruler.
You can get one per A4 sheet or you'll need two separate sheets if you're going to do a fold-out CD 'booklet' insert.
You could always scan in an existing one and then get the size off that.
I guess it depends on who it's for. I don't like using a package made for playing back MP3s to create CDs, generally.
Nero has so much more control over the files in any case.
google it, it's free.
had a look at this...
can you only drag artwork to be printed, or can you also design your own? (i would just download it now but i'm at work and can't download)
files. it shrinks them to the correct size