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cdrLabel 7.1.584 pre-Activated Free Download

Among the features worth highlighting we will find a pack of plug-ins to process the images, connection to CDDB to automatically insert the names of the songs from an audio CD, and the capacity to read the tags of digital audio files. Get the incredible power of creating labels for CDs and DVDs at your finger tips with highly efficient cdrLabel 7.1 key 7.1. This smart application allows you to create wonderful labels for CDR, CD-ROM and CDRW disks as well as images for jewel boxes and booklet labels.

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It is possible to establish the number of columns and show separators and lines, insert text and images (e.g. GIF, JPG, PNG, TIF), edit text properties (e.g. alignment, color), modify the file list, as well as create an inclusion/exclusion list of files to display. Furthermore, you can set the CD label, font and color, duplicate images and place them over the label or use them as the background, as well as apply photo effects (e.g. brightness and contrast, flip and rotate). It is possible to select the CD drive, export the project to HTML, BMP or TXT, as well as to save it to file for further modifications. cdrLabel 7.1 keys is very light on the system resources, running on a minimal amount of CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and works smoothly on newer OS platforms, without hanging, crashing or showing error dialogs. However, it has not been updated for a very long time.

Really practical application to create covers

The program asks us from which device it has to read the data that will be inserted on the CD’s label, it will read the contents and after that, it will be us to decide how the information has to be organized, if we want to insert an image or adapt the sizes of each field. The interface can seem slightly complicated at a first glance, even though it doesn’t have many menus, but after a short period of time working with the application, we shouldn’t have any problem handling it.


  • Create labels for CDs and DVDs
  • Unregistered users can not print more than limited number of printouts and can not customizeLogo
  • cdrLabel support multiple languages
  • You can download it, but don’t expect anything of it. It’s a terrible program.
  • this program does what it’s suppose to do. takes the tracks from your disk and makes a label for your jewel case. basic and no frills. programs does allow complete control over fonts and sizes.
  • Nice looking, easy to use and no bugging installprogram! just click away.
  • program seems ok, but lack of CDDB connectivity is a major issue for my uses. Also, no way to specify what type of info goes in what column.
  • very nice and useful
cdrLabel patch

cdrLabel 7.1.584 Registration Code is the perfect tool to design the covers for your optical discs. cdrLabel Full Version license Key can obtain the information of the discs from a drive or from the Internet There are many programs that allow us to design labels for our optical discs and their jackets, but few of them will be as practical as cdrLabel 7.1.584 patched . This tool is capable of reading the contents of what we are going to burn on each disc and writing on the label all the important data, the file organization or a tracklist with the songs that are going to be burnt.

System Requirement:

What’s new in last version:

DVD Support (64-bit file sizes)
Drive selection dialog improved
Plugins now included
Bugfixes in directory-only scanning, tabs in strings, CLB file format, handling of invalid files, file naming after cancelled opens

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48 thoughts on “cdrLabel 7.1.584 pre-Activated Free Download

  1. This old aplication is the only one that I know it can generate a Label for CD-DVD containing a list of its directories (and files). This information is printed in the inverted tree form. Like Windows presents this directories in its File Explorer and other similar apps. It is good when you want to see what is burned on.

  2. Cannot Fly Unless Evolved into Ass-Blaster. Tends to not know the difference between lunch and toy cars.

  3. I am trying to use this program (either export to pdf (something in the export to pdf function prevents import into other vector editing programs), and export to svg hangs up. Any help out there?

  4. A vast catalog of bugs, from wonky UI widgets to entire features (Disaster Recovery Plan) that simply don’t work. Support techs are clueless, lack listening skills, and likely speak a variant of English that you will find hard to understand.

  5. It installs malware even if you opt out in the setup – Conduit for example. Immoral and Unethical.

  6. 7-9-2008 I find this program very useful – it reminds me when I need to upgrade – in case I have forgotten – which I often do.,

  7. Major drawback is that if the computer is turned off unexpectedly, if the application is closed improperly then it runs an utility that checks for errors in its database, the consistency of the data. The problem is that it is very time consuming: it could take an hour or more and the computer then runs very slow while the utility runs. You can close the utility, but then you will probably not have access to the email program (I always let the utility run), to your emails.

    Another major drawback is that the free version limits you to a maximum of two email accounts.

  8. A wizard could have guided you through setting up some of the advanced tweaks and explained them a bit. The ‘antihacking’ gizmo should have been activated by default even if it has some drawback of some kind.

  9. Adobe’s PostScript language and Type 1 fonts, combined with the Apple Macintosh, Aldus PageMaker, and the original Apple LaserWriter, launched the “desktop publishing revolution,” and I love Adobe Photoshop. Unfortunately, Adobe discontinued Aldus’ PageMaker after acquiring it, which I believe was the same fate for Aldus FreeHand — because Adobe had InDesign (new and NOT PageMaker) and Illustrator (for which FreeHand was the only real competition). Adobe seems to have had major problems maintaining the stability, security, and compatibility of the products it acquired from Macromedia. The browser plug-ins for Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Shockwave (which I’ve found to be superfluous and do not install) are always cause FireFox to crash. On Linux, I have two free, open-source alternatives, which is not the cash on Windows (although the open-source alternatives cane easily be compiled and used with Mac OS X if you have XCode installed). I use the FlashBlocker add-on with Firefox, enabling Flash on the rare occasions that I want to watch a Flash video — with the added benefit of disabling Flash-based “Web bugs” and advertisements. I realize that Adobe has to create an ActiveX-based Flash BHO for Internet Explorer and that the Flash plug-in for Firefox is a DLL, but I rate Flash Player and Shockwave very poorly, because of the stability and security issues. Fortunately, I don’t use YouTube very often. (Have you ever learned anything from the grainy and over-compressed computer/software tutorials on YouTube based upon capturing screen activity and text that you cannot see or read?) I miss the days when Web-based videos were in QuickTime, WMV (or AVI), and RealVideo format, because Web designers created different sizes and compression levels to accommodate the wide range of analogue modems and pre-DSL-and-cable-modem “true” broadband connections in use (focusing on 14.4k and 56k/V.90 modems, and offering large streams of high quality to users with the luxury of T1/T3 connections). Ironically, QuickTime, WMC, and Real (audio and video) Player still exist (and fight for file formats on Windows systems), but Flash content is seemingly omnipresent. Fortunately, VLC — a free, open-source media player that handles almost every format (including DRM DVDs) — has a browser plug-in (for multiple platforms) and continues to evolve, although it does have trouble buffering WMV files and often downloads large ones rather than playing them as the “stream.” I was excited when Adobe announced its “open-source” Flex for Flash content on the Web, but it is an expensive, closed product. Real has an open-source server product, Helix, to allow Linux servers to offer Real content, which is a postive step. I wish that Adobe would open up the Flash format, even if it simple released the format/standard and developers had to create Flash content by hand-coding ActiveScript and previewing it in Flash Player. Adobe would benefit from open-source licensing, because any improvements to the ActionScript language would be released for free and improve the Flash infrastructure. (Of course, if Adobe were to use the open-source improvements to ActiveScript, it would be legally bound to release the code for improved releases of ActionScript — which still would benefit Adobe and users, especially Web developers who cannot afford Flash development tools. As soon as there is a viable alternative to Flash for Windows (which I will remove from this computer as soon as the warranty has expired), I feel obligated to install Flash. NOTE: I use the freeware program, Secunia PSI, which automatically checks and installs updates to ensure that I am always running the most current versions Flash and other major applications. There are other similar tools available, all free for personal use, although I do not recommend that you run them in the background unless you have an “always on” broadband connection and a reasonably fast computer.

  10. You can use your default browser (FireFox or Opera) and manage your own bookmarks. It requires no separate program… let alone paying for this program.

  11. There exist a project file which binds the HTML to the drawing elements. If the project file gets lost or corrupted, you can not restore the HTML page nor site. 🙁

  12. Nowhere on their web site do they tell you the threshold where you become a “heavy” user and have to purchase to continue using. If they’d been upfront about it, I might have purchased it.

  13. You mean besides not working at all? Well, trying to contact Adobe about it is almost impossible. Very long form to fill out and difficult questions to answer.

  14. After a few days’ use, I began getting a slowly growing number of ‘ghost’ or ‘phantom’ messages (i.e. DELETED messages still showing there, as well in the ‘Smart Folders’ as in accounts’ Trash & Junk folders). A check showed that they were NO MORE in the servers’ folders: so, IMHO, the bug should be in the client.

  15. they try and get you to use only their webhost service which costs money
    creating hyperlinks between pages is fiddly compared to how easy it is in other progs i have tried

  16. This program has a lot of great advantages over others since a lot of conversions can be done in a little while.

  17. It’s version 9.0, so it’s an older version…. not really a con, but a new version would be nice to have.

  18. Atari thinks its doing people a favor by releasing this collection of old hits. It should be about as well recieved as a Color Me Badd reunion tour. The 10 minute trial period really limits you from wanting to go all the way to 12 minutes. How in the world is this a 11MB download? I sat down to play through these games and when I was done my grilled cheese sandwich wasn’t even done cooking. The price is 10 bucks for this dabocle? Hey atari guys: I went to yardsale the other day and I got the entire atari library for the change that was in my car’s ash tray.

  19. I would love to download JUDY’S TEN KEY calculator but VOSTERAN tries to invade my PC with all sorts of add on/ garbage that cost me 1 hour to locate and delete. So I’m forced to look elsewhere. Otherwise it looks like a nice product.

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