Design and print your own covers for your CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs in just a few clicks with the help of this intuitive and practical application.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Wicked Wild Inc
UnderCover10 is an intuitive and very simple to handle software solution whose main function resides in assisting you with the design and printing of disc covers and labels, all the while requiring little to no prior experience.
Clean and compact Metro-style GUI
Appearance-wise, the tool mimics the Metro style look introduced by Windows 8 applications, but it can function on other operating systems as well.
Made up of a medium-sized, non-adjustable and non-minimizable window, UnderCover10 can prove quite attractive both for novices and more advanced individuals, as it moves and behaves in a similar fashion to Store-installed tools.
Create and print disc labels and covers on the fly
Firstly, you need to load the picture you wish to use as a cover into the program (GIF, JPG, PNG, BMP, TIF), either by clicking on the preview space in its main interface, or by pressing the ‘Select Image’ button. Similarly, it can be added from your clipboard, by pressing the same-named button.
A dedicated menu allows you to choose the template you want to work with, for instance ‘CD Front’, ‘CD Back’, ‘DVD Box’, ‘Blu-ray’, ‘PS4’, ‘VHS’, ‘CD Inlay’, Playstation 3’, ‘Nintendo Wii’ and others, depending on your preferences.
At the same time, UnderCover10 enables you to ‘Edit Templates’ and customize them to better match your needs in terms of width, height, cut markers and fold lines, printer specifics, unit types and other such options.
Before printing a cover or label, the utility lets you preview it in order to make sure it matches the design you had initially envisioned. It even offers a ‘Batch Print’ component to help you process multiple files at the same time and thus save you the time they would take individually.
A useful disc cover builder for you to rely on
Overall, UnderCover10 is a handy and effective application that you can resort to for creating or personalizing CD, DVD and Blu-ray covers or labels, printing one or several with just a few mouse clicks.