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  1. Hello, everybody. I was playing with some VAIO recovery CD's and I was able to extract PictureGear Studio 2.0. This suite contains a label creator component similar to LabelMaker 5.1 (see Downloads section), and apparently it's not different to that software. In any case, for those Sony fans this may be worth a look. The installer was uploaded here at Archive. Hope you like this finding. :)
  2. A long time ago I remembered watching a video about a MiniDisc front label printer created by Sony, the MZP-1, and I was truly impressed for that machine. Unfortunately, devices like these are unlikely to appear in my country and we should not talk about its spare parts and consumables. So then I cut through the easy way labeling my MD's with adhesive blank labels and writing the contents of the disc with a normal pen. A few weeks ago I received my long-awaited PeriPage A8 pocket printer and since that moment I played around with its capabilities, from printing sudokus to invoice copies. But then the idea of printing labels came across my mind. We all know the existence of adhesive thermal paper rolls for these printers. Knowing I have more control of the PeriPage A8 under Windows and Microsoft Word... what if I create a template which everyone can use to print MD labels similar to the MZP-1? For those who have a PeriPage and adhesive thermal paper, here you can download a pre-designed Word file, so you can create your own labels at home. Important: Please remember the limitations of thermal paper and the cautions you must take to keep the printed information intact. MiniDisc Label Template for PeriPage.docx
  3. A few days ago I bought a pair of Hi-Space minidiscs with a J-Type jewel case included. I checked the website http://minidisccover.com and tried to create my own cover for a symphonic compilation, but the result with the website is completely awful, to say the least. Problem found, solution created. Using the specifications from BandCDS.co.uk, I used the measures to create the labels to develop a template with full control over the objects. I uploaded here with the hope to help others to avoid the pain of that site. The files are in PSD and Affinity Publisher format. I couldn't find the way to export to Adobe Illustrator neither fusion both PSD pages. Feel free to use it. P.S. Just as a side note, the measures are (11/5,5/68)mm x 73mm. Fold-out panels measure 66 and 64mm. Source: Wizbit Internet Services. (2018, July 27). Artwork template downloads. Band CDs. Retrieved July 3, 2020, from https://www.bandcds.co.uk/artwork-templates-downloads JewelCase_1.psd JewelCase_2.psd MDJewelCase.afpub
  4. The Web MiniDisc Application is far more stable than Platinum MD in my computer. I don't care about the lack of groups, it transforms my FLAC's with no hassle. Will this be compiled for offline mode someday? That would be great!
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