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1. Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 Digital
$6.74 list($99.95)
2. Nero 6 Ultra Edition
$26.99 $24.63 list($29.99)
3. Microvision SureThing CD Labeler
$9.99 $7.16 list()
4. Ideasoft Surething CD Labeler
$129.99 list($149.99)
5. Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 Bundle
$84.99 $7.89 list()
6. Ahead Software NERO 6-THE ULTIMATE
$75.59 list($49.99)
7. Easy CD & DVD Creator 6 Platinum
$39.99 $38.99 list()
8. Roxio Easy DVD Copy
$29.99 list($19.99)
9. Microsoft Plus! for Windows XP
10. CD Stomper Pro Labeling System
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11. Surething CD Card Refills: 20
12. COSMI Perfect CD/DVD Label Maker
$82.99 list($99.99)
13. InterVideo MediaONE
$9.99 $7.84
14. IdeaSoft Desktop Labels Platinum
15. Burn and Go Gold
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16. Surething CD Business Card Kit
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17. Instant DVD Maker
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18. Professional CD Label Kit 2
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19. Instant Video CD Maker
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20. DVD/VHS Magic With Label Express

1. Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 Digital Media Suite
list price: $99.99
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B0001BG1NI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Roxio
Sales Rank: 18
Average Customer Review: 3.58 out of 5 stars
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  • Includes PhotoSuite 7, VideoWave 7, Napster 2.0, and Easy CD & DVD Creator
  • Organize with Media Manager; password-protect and encrypt private data
  • Transform still photos with stunning pan and zoom effects
  • Take complete control of video with advanced timeline editing tools
  • Produce professional-looking VCDs, SVCDs, or DVDs

Reviews (93)

5-0 out of 5 stars Must Have Product for Digital Video and Digital Camera Users
Easy Media Creator 7 integrates several full-featured applications together to create a software suite with a consistent user experience. In no time, I was using it and creating projects with it. I use Creator Classic all the time to burn data and music to CD and DVD and appreciate the automated backup feature. Even though I use those features all the time, I really bought Media Creator 7 for all the great digital media creation tools.

Photosuite is a wonderful photo-editing product. Since I am a casual point and shoot digital photographer, I use the autofix option all the time to clean up my pictures, plus of course the red eye removal tool and the clone tool (to remove the date/time stamp I forgot to turn off in some of my pictures). I use VideoWave to transfer/capture my video to my PC, and then edit it down to remove unwanted video clips. I also use it to add text using different fonts, styles and effects, plus add transitions between clips, and background sound tracks. When complete, I then send the output to DVDBuilder for authoring to DVD.

I could go on and on how I use it, but the bottom line, this product is outstanding. It is loaded with excellent features and is a must have product for transforming your digital content to marvelous DVD movies or slide shows.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Use, Great Features and for the Price it's a Bargain
Easy Media Creator 7 offers an easy to learn and understand interface that enables you to quickly use any of the applications that make up this integrated software suite. My daughter just graduated from high school and this weekend I created a video comprised of digital photos and video clips, select music, transitions, titles, etc. all blended together of all the events this past month leading up to graduation. I am so proud of my daughter but also have great pride and sense of accomplishment in what I just did by creating a great looking video that I burned to DVD.

Roxio provides many materials to help you find all the answers, such as how-to video tutorials, and PDF user guides. The Roxio web site knowledgebase also helps you find answers to any questions, and if you still need help, I found their tech support email responses were quick, only taking 1-2 days to get answers.

I recommend this product for people at all levels.

5-0 out of 5 stars CD and DVD Media Creation Just Got Easy
Creator 7 has so many great features and capabilities that I suggest you do as I did and read the many pro reviews that thoroughly put the program through its paces. For me, my favorite and most frequently used component is storyboard, which enabled me to combine digital photos, video clips, and songs into a slideshow. It has creative features that include the ability to add transitions, titles, and a narration track. Then using the DVDbuilder component, I can create VCDs or DVDs to master my slideshow creation to disc. Overall, this is a great product for anyone dabbling or serious about working with digital media.

5-0 out of 5 stars Recommend it to everyone
Installed fine on my XP system, although it was a slow process. Nice interface and the tutorials and help files made it easy to learn. Use Creator classic, Photosuite Videowave and DVDbuilder all the time and everything has worked flawlessly. Haven't used all the other features yet, but its nice to know they're there when needed. What a deal - all these features for the low cost.

5-0 out of 5 stars works great after upgrade
had problems out of box ( mostly with DVD-r burning ) but after a 53MB download from website it's working great. Very easy to use compaired to others I've tried (U-lead, Movie maker). Tutorials are weak, more of an overview of what you can do than a how to, but help files are good. Great product for the money! ... Read more

2. Nero 6 Ultra Edition
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B0000A1GQ3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Ahead Software
Sales Rank: 293
Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (61)

4-0 out of 5 stars Worthwhile upgrade for the DVD tools
I used the retail version of Nero 5.5 for 2 years. The learning curve on Nero 5.5 was rather steep (compared to EZ CD Creator), and I ended up just using it to burn CD's and VCD's while using other software for MP3 encoding and video/audio editing.

I recently bought a DVD burner and now need DVD-savvy software. The DVD and video tools in NeroVision Express (NVE) that came with Nero 5.5 didn't impress me. I have Magix Video Deluxe 2.0 for video editing, and it came with DVD burning tools, but it was so buggy at dealing with large MPEG files that I desperately had to look elsewhere. So I have been trying out Nero Ultra for the past week strictly on the DVD functions, since I know that CD (and VCD) functions worked flawlessly in Nero 5.5. The basic Nero Burning Rom user interface in 6 Ultra isn't much better than 5.5, although it's prettier. The Nero StartSmart interface is a lot better than Nero Wizard. It took a few minutes to get used to StartSmart, but now I'm sold on it.

NeroVision Express 2 (NVE2) is quite an upgrade over NVE, especially since the DVD encoding tools don't require an extra-cost add-in. I was able to pull in large (1 Gb) files with only a few seconds delay for loading each file (Video Deluxe can take up to 10 minutes each), split/crop them inside NVE2, add chapter markers, and create decent DVD menus.

I made a 2 hr 10 min (4.2 Gb) DVD using a mix of clips from 8mm video via an ATI All-In-Wonder analog capture card, MiniDV, and photo slideshow output from Video Deluxe (it has a lot more transition effects than NVE2, and still works pretty well for small files of up to a few meg). I was able to burn them to DVD+RW and DVD-RW with only minor startup issues on a 1.1GHz Athlon and NEC ND-1200AD DVD dual-format burner with Windows 2000. The 4.2 Gb file took 15 hours to encode to DVD format files on the hard drive. But actual burning takes 25-40 minutes depending on media type. There was little online or help documentation to explain the benefits of encoding to the hard drive, but it will save time if you need to burn the same project multiple times. Most notably, I am able to do almost everything using the tools in Nero 6 Ultra - something not possible (or at least with satisfactory results) with Nero 5.5.

Nero Cover Designer is quite handy. It's powerful enough for the enthusiast, with basic text, image, and database tools. But it's not for professional graphic artists who need borders around text, translucent fills, or aligning objects with each other.

Small problems I ran into with the DVD creation process:
1. One bug I found in NVE2 was not being able to splice more than one movie clip back-to-back with one another on-the-fly - it allows you to do it, but produces an obscure error at the start of the burn process. The workaround was to add each movie clip separately and list them as separate movies (with their own chapters) on the DVD menu, or use NVE2 to combine multiple clips, export them to a single clip, and then use only the new combined clip.

2. Another more annoying bug with NVE2's DVD encoding is that audio will sometimes lose sync with the video by a few seconds. I'm not sure what exactly causes this or how to fix it, but I can live with it for what I'm doing.

3. Nero Cover Designer has an annoying bug in the user-defined Paper Stocks utility where you are not allowed to specify paper orientation, yet it defaults in portrait (which is useless for doing something such as a custom DVD insert stock). You can't modify the predefined stocks either.

These are relatively minor problems. It was very stable, and never crashed Windows. I'm satisfied enough that I will spend the money to upgrade from 5.5 to 6.3 just for the new DVD features in NVE2. But if I was just burning CDs, VCDs, and MP3s, I'd stick with Nero 5.5. I would have given it 5/5 stars if it didn't have the audio/video sync problem.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Very Slow Support
I have been a fan of the Nero line for a good while and still love the product, but their support response time has got to be the slowest. As some have already mentioned, I recently had to wait over a week for a response to a simple registration question I had -- I had to reinstall my system and needed my registration key. I figured I'd have a response the next day considering how simple it was but no. Other than that, though, I'm still satisfied with the product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good software suite
I just bought a Plextor 708A burner, and opted to use this suite rather than their packaged software (Roxio). I found Roxio to be very glitchy. Nero is pretty user friendly and runs smoothly on my Dell Inspiron 8100, 1.6ghz, 384mb Ram, 30gb HD. Be sure to visit Nero's website for their update package, which makes a huge difference in functionality.

1-0 out of 5 stars Support Sucks - Stay Far Away
I sent them an email with a support question and it took almost a week one time and the other time I'm still waiting (3+ weeks). Call me stupid, but I even called them once and was ripped off to the tune of $1.29 minute. Nothing like buying it all over again!! I ditched this piece of trash and now have Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 and it works great and their support for the one time I needed it is far better - received an email response in a day.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as Roxio Creator 7
I found DVD compatibilty issues with Nero during playback that Creator 7 did not have. There are also a lot more features and an easier user interface in Creator 7. ... Read more

3. Microvision SureThing CD Labeler Deluxe 4.5
list price: $29.99
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B0006LCK9C
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 894
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Graphics Labeler For Many Needs
At the time this review was written, a product description was not provided above. If this is still the case I would suggest you go to the Version 4.0 of this product listed on Amazon. You will also find customer reviews, lacking here at this time. The latest Version of this Product, is Version 4.3. Maybe the number was rounded.

Some items included with this package worth noting are: Label applicators for 5 ΒΌ Discs for both full and standard hub labels. In terms of ease of use for centering or placing the label correctly I would give Sure Things product a better rating than the Stomper or Fellows applicator I have used. It also comes with an applicator not listed on the box for something I am not familiar with.

In addition samples of the label stocks for the CD/DVD needs you might have are also provided. This might suggest they are more interested in selling labels than software. After using and seeing the output this software provides with the ease of use you might see why.

If you are looking for a product providing intuitive menus leading to great graphics and labeling, this is one from my limited experience I would highly recommend.
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4. Ideasoft Surething CD Labeler

our price: $9.99
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Asin: B0001AV5SA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Nova Development
Sales Rank: 4780
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5. Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 Bundle [Dummies Book, USB Mini Drive, DVD+R Media]
list price: $149.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0007P49LY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Roxio
Sales Rank: 4221
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  • Produce professional-looking VCDs, SVCDs, or DVDs
  • Includes PhotoSuite 7, VideoWave 7, Napster 2.0, and Easy CD & DVD Creator
  • Includes Wiley Publishing Roxio Easy Media Creator for Dummies book
  • Includes Iomega Micro Mini 128 MB USB 2.0 drive and 3 Imation DVD+R 4x 4.7 GB discs
  • Take complete control of video with advanced timeline editing tools

6. Ahead Software NERO 6-THE ULTIMATE ALL-IN-ONE ( 00700 )

our price: $84.99
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Asin: B0007RB1KY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Ahead Software
Sales Rank: 3882
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7. Easy CD & DVD Creator 6 Platinum Edition
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000899WB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Roxio
Sales Rank: 200
Average Customer Review: 2.13 out of 5 stars
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The arguable king of CD burning is back, and it's got a bag of new tricks. Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 6 Platinum Edition takes you by the hand and leads you through all kinds of CD and DVD creation, from data backups and music compilations to photo slide shows and feature films. User friendly to the last, it comes with a massive manual weighing in at almost 400 pages. Unfortunately, however, beneath the shiny surface of this program hide a few snags.

Burning data and music compilation CDs is simple enough with a "drag to CD" function--you can literally drag files from Windows Explorer onto an icon that resizes in the lower right corner of the desktop. More complex burning and copying can be done through wizards or manually.

For DVD authoring, Roxio includes support for every DVD burning format out there. It allows you to create movies, photo slide shows and more. It interfaces directly with digital video recorders to capture footage to the PC's hard drive, from where you can then burn them to a DVD. You can rearrange parts of a movie, trim clips, add sound, and more. The interface is functional at best, though, and casual film directors will pine for a simpler, more graceful solution than this program can offer.

The PhotoSuite applet's interface is overly friendly and not nearly powerful enough. Adding photos from a networked PC was a painstakingly slow process. Worse, once we'd picked out a few dozen photos, we went to create a VCD slide show and were met with an error message that even baffled Roxio tech support.

Another caveat: Easy CD automatically checks for product updates, but it forces you to register the product in order to download them. This invasion of privacy aside, Easy CD & DVD Creator 6 does provide some easy and user friendly features at the cost of clunky interfaces and limited options for power users.--Joel Durham ... Read more

Reviews (187)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beats Sonic and Nero hands down
I am very much into burning CD's and now DVD's with the help of Easy CD Creator 6. I have used many other burning software and have nothing but problems. Installing Nero 5 made me lose my drives and I was stuck in Tech Support hell......p. I also tried making VCD and DVD movies with Sonic My DVD and it was a very frustrating experience.

With Creator 6 I was able to capture my video easily, add the content to the DVD Builder layout and I created a DVD with menu's that played perfectly the first time I tried. I am telling you and hope you believe me when I say, this is the easiest CD and DVD burning application available hands down.

I also forgot to mention the MGI photo application that is now owned by Roxio is also bundled as well. The biggest improvement over Creator 4 and 5 is the Audio application Audio Central which lets you rip MP3's and edit the MP3 file and ID Tags which contain all the information of the file. It compares to the audio features of Microsofts media player.

I strongly recommend this suite of burning products to anyone that has a digital camera, video camera, dvd player, or wants to backup or create audio CD's. This application does it all.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not very user friendly...or with lack of support services
I have to agree, I am very disappointed with the software and services...don't like the idea of talking to a computer or calling long distance. My biggest problem is losing all audio files when video is copied to DVD. I paid 100 for a DVD of an occasion and when I went to copy with this software, I lost all the original audio tracks on the tape:-(...mine was also buddled with Plextor DVD-burner. I have to think twice before I buy another of these products as I now am shopping for something better to replace this software...I also have Pinnicle and with the rendering and failing to copy over to the DVD, it's just about as bad...customer service is better though.

4-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but worth it
All CD&DVD burners tend to be fairly expensive, as usually software is. Comparing this to Nero, Roxio is a sure buy. It is really easy (surprise, surprise) to use, and it looks good.

It is also powerful, in the sense that you can do almost anything with it. You can even cut your music, design menus for your movie DVDs and create your own covers for your CD cases.

It comes with a helpful handbook that helps you deciding on wich application to use (Audio central, Creator Classic etc.).

One thing it lacks is a wizard. Wizards are always nice to use and keep you self-confident that you woun't waste your DVD disk though it is quite hard even without the wizard.

I didn't have any writer probelms, and I am overall happy with the product, though I think that once you buy an expensive DVD burner one has to buy an expensive program as well, though this does make burning so much easier than playing with codes and files and windows. If your looking for an powerful burner, this is what you should buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money...
The best thing about this product is that I got it via eBAY for $15.00. I know now why it was so cheap. The module that I was really interested in, DVD creator, is a total disaster. It is hard to use, confusing, and does not produce repeatable results. Forget about getting help from Roxio. I tried using the email route. About 3 days after submitting a question, you get some form-letter jibberish back, unrelated to the question. I refuse to pay for long distance. I also refuse to buy any more Roxio products, at any price.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Genuine Stinker
I got this software with a terrific Plextar PX-708UP disk drive. Why they include ROXIO I will never understand. Lot's of problems. It doesn't work along with Redxpress Express Copyware 3. After using Redxpress once, the computer would recognize the DVD drive, but the ROXIO program wouldn't. The exact same thing happened with my two machines, both equipped with Windows XP. Don't buy it. Ive consistently found ROXIO products to be low rent. The pits. Go with Nero. ... Read more

8. Roxio Easy DVD Copy

our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00023LU3G
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Roxio
Sales Rank: 1689
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  • Copy movies, photos, music, and data discs onto DVD or CD
  • Make high-quality back-ups of DVDs and CDs with one click
  • Back-up Hollywood movies, computer games, and music CDs
  • Back-up to multiple disc burners at the same time
  • Supports all major DVD/CD formats including dual layer

9. Microsoft Plus! for Windows XP
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005OL4U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 1640
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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Beginning with the release of Windows 95, Microsoft has made a habit of augmenting each new operating system with an add-on package of assorted enhancements and goodies. The latest such supplement to come to market is Microsoft Plus! for Windows XP, a collection of graphic and audio utilities, rudimentary games, screen savers, and desktop themes specifically designed for users of Microsoft's latest and most robust OS. But whereas the Windows 95 and Windows 98 Plus! editions blended several genuinely useful applications such as disk management tools and virus checkers with the usual stable of multimedia tweaks, Plus! for Windows XP offers more fluff than substance. Although newbies will undoubtedly find much of the collection quite compelling, veteran users may not be so impressed.

The program is divided into four distinct categories--Digital Media, Games, Screen Savers, and Themes--each of which may be accessed through a single, convenient graphical interface. Of these, the Digital Media component is clearly the deepest and most interesting. Its handy utilities include an MP3 audio converter for transforming disk-hogging WAV and MP3 files into space-efficient WMA format, a music playlist organizer known simply as Personal DJ, an exceedingly capable CD label maker, 20-plus Media Player skins, and three animated Media Player visualizations (including one culled from the Xbox game Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee).

Music and video fans in particular will immediately gravitate to the Voice Command for Windows Media Player module, which allows users to operate most Media Player functions by issuing verbal commands into their computer microphone. Even when faced with garbled enunciation and loud background music, Voice Command faithfully recognizes commands such as "Volume Up" and "Pause." Sadly, Microsoft's seemingly innovative Speaker Enhancement tool is ultimately little more than a glorified tone control that often hinders rather than improves the sound of your speakers.

Of the three games included in the package, the most intriguing is Russian Square, a deceptively addictive puzzle affair that plays like a one-dimensional offspring of Tetris and Rubik's Cube. Far less involving are the arcade bowling knock-off HyperBowl and the three-dimensional Labyrinth, a virtual take on the real-life game that involves a tilting table, metal ball, and lots of ball-gobbling holes. Eight animated screen savers and four desktop themes complete the package, the most notable of which is the stunningly lifelike and absolutely gorgeous underwater screen saver called "Aquarium." Otherwise, the program's themes and screen savers are no better than those that can be downloaded free of charge from various Web sites.

With Plus! for Windows XP, Microsoft has assembled a multipronged mixture of useful and not-so-useful multimedia tools and lighthearted amenities into one easily accessible compilation. If you aren't the type to scout around the Internet for individual components and feel the need to spruce up your XP audio-video environment, it may be for you. --Gordon Goble ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars "A" Plus!?... Well.........................
If your computer meets the minimum specs, yes even those in tiny print, then you will most likely enjoy the enhancements this adds to your computer. Missing that 16 MB video card, don't bother with Plus!.

Like screensavers? What about 3-D? How about trying 3-D Screensavers! Plus! pack will add these new screensavers onto your computer and let the fun begin as you watch fish swim in a realistic aquarium or a circus type scene play before your eyes...

If you're a gamer, the bowling game is GREAT... The only problem is that it is a light edition, so to unlock its full functionality you'll have to pay! The labyrinth game is great and quite difficult to do, will keep you playing for hours!

The themes are good if you use themes... Remember that space theme from ME? Its back in a revamped fashion! Also there are themes for an aquarium and some other interesting ones... Personally I don't like the themes!

The new enhancements to Media Player are OK, but are not really worth the difficulty of configuring. Do you really want to give commands to your computer with your voice? Catch a cold, and this functionality won't work anyway...

Overall this is an OK package, but not one that I would spend the money on. After buying this, I was sorry... I won't make the same mistake again!

2-0 out of 5 stars Non functional without downloads, Not worth the hassle
Just bought it not worth the hassle

Its not very functional without tonnes of MS downloads so dont buy it if you have a 56kb modem like me. I dont want to have to download a tonne of updates, I want functional out of the box.

Product Activation should not be on products this cheap, its a waste of my time. I have no problem with activation on Windows and Office because theyre high value products and at least you get to try them out before activating... This though is a hassle.

The digital music converion program only converts to WMA, I expect at least one alternative format such as WAV or MP3. Bad software in a pretty box.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great program
I don't really use most of the programs in this package...except Photo Story. Photo Story is incredible! I have done video CDs for my parents' wedding anniversary, seniors graduating from high school (we have two seniors in our private school and will use the stories at graduation), a teacher appreciation banquet, etc. Just hook your DVD player to a projector, and voila! You're ready to go. The ability to add music really makes the stories moving. My only complaint is that you are limited to one music track, so if the story is long, the song just repeats itself over and over. Hopefully, with the next upgrade, they'll add the ability to use more than one music track. That's the only improvement I see that it needs. Great for creating memories for your family and friends!

4-0 out of 5 stars Want more themes?
If you want lots of themes you can try TGT softs Style XP.
Style XP gave me lots of themes and can be found at

2-0 out of 5 stars not really a must...
Although many of its stuff are pretty fun to use and creative, but after all, it is not really a "must" have item. and though its only 18 bucks, still seems a bit expensive for its actual usage. ... Read more

10. CD Stomper Pro Labeling System

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Asin: B00002SA8D
Catlog: Software
Publisher: STOMP INC
Sales Rank: 743
Average Customer Review: 2.59 out of 5 stars
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Stomp's CD Stomper Pro Labeling System is CD-labeling software offering stand-alone design and print utilities, not just templates. Print alignment and registration are built in, so you are guaranteed quality labels every time. CD Stomper Pro provides 1270 predesigned artwork samples and enables you to create curved, angled, arched, and drop-angle text. This application supports multiple file formats for importing images, including JPEG, TIFF, BMP WMF, PCX, and EPS. CD Stomper Pro also supports both CD Label and Jewel Case Insert Design. It works with both PC and Macintosh platforms. ... Read more

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars If you like making creative CD labels this is it!
I have been using Stomp for my labeling needs for a long time now and though I have not tried other products I highly recomend this one. The interface is very easy to work with and allows you to import other JPEG or BTMP images to your labels to truly customize and create unique CD labels.

The more you play around with this the more ways you can find to transfer and manipulate your images. Lately I have been grabbing images off the net, manipulating them in Paint and copy/paste them to my Stomp template. It also comes with a fairly extensive library of images, but you will find that want to move beyond them soon. I did find it easier at first to print out all the images that come with the program so that I could look at my choices without opening and closing windows. The applicator that you use to get the label onto the CD is pretty much fool proof and one of the most imporatnt aspects of creating good functional CD labels. If they go on crooked you will have problems with playback.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the CD hobbyist
For very low volume labeling of CDs there probably is no better solution than this system. With it, you will be able to label your CDs in a handicraft kind of way that will largely satisfy. Especially for the home hobbyist or giftmaker, it will be surprising how good the finished products from this system will look. Throw in the modest pricetag and you've got a genuine argument for buying this product.

There are difficulties, however.

First, the preferred kind of CD labels--those included with the package and made by CD Stomper--have adhesive not entirely harmonious with the Memorex brand of CD-R's. Long term, the instruction manual warns you, the adhesive may become less sticky on the Memorex CD-R's surface.

Second, the software is a memory hog. You've really gotta empty your system tray before you run it. Unless you have something over 40% of system resources free, you won't be able to preview graphical elements. Worse, you may think that the graphic element is going to print, but then it doesn't, making you waste labels. When system resources drop extremely low, merely attempting to use the "insert Graphics" command will make the software crash. Repeatedly. (By contrast Corel Draw had little difficulty functioning properly in a system resource-poor environment, despite being a much more fully-functioned editing package. Clearly, this is not the world's most robust program.)

Third, the software isn't so revolutionary that you care to try to re-run it after it crashes. While it makes the process of CD labeling more convenient, I'd rather just have a template to use in concert with more serious--and more stable--graphical software, like Illustrator or CorelDraw. Nothing this software does can't be done ten times better by full-featured graphic editors.

And fourth, should CDs labelled with this product come into contact with moisture, the label will be adversely affected. This isn't exactly the fault of the good people at Stomp--it's symptomatic of anything printed on an inkjet printer--but it's worth mentioning that people trying to make more professional labels would be advised to choose other solutions.

Now, having said all this, I would still definitely recommend the product for its intended audience. Home users will enjoy this software. Most people could probably make attractive labels within 30 minutes of installing the software. The interface *is* intuitive and convenient. The artwork included for backgrounds is in many cases actually stunning. As long as you give the software plenty of system resources to work with, and can accept the potential impermanence of your labels, you'll probably find little fault with this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars CD Stomper (non)Pro
I tried for hours to get this back software to work. I have a G5 with OS X. The software install states that instillation was suckessful, but it doesn't come close to working!

The Website is totally useless.

If you buy this completely horrible product you deserve what you get.

Compusa owes me for carry such worthless junk.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good program
I've been using this program for a couple months now and came to Amazon to look for label refils, and I happened across this page with some really bad reviews. I just wanted to add my two cents. I haven't had problem one since I used this program. I, too, am using Win XP. Photo browswer works fine. No crashes. Interfaces with XP with great awesominity.
I dunno what the deal is. They might have come up with a newer version of the software. I'm using 4.8.23 and it works just hunky dory. I import my own graphics after I make them, although 'import' makes it some complex. All I do is browse for it and it's there.
Anyway, works great.

1-0 out of 5 stars The latest version still doesn't work
I downloaded the latest and "greatest" version (4.8.2) of Click'n Design 3D for the CD Stomper. The photo browser STILL doesn't work on my Windows XP Home Edition system.

Do they even bother to test their software before releasing it??

Stay away from CD Stomper! ... Read more

11. Surething CD Card Refills: 20 Pack

our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000056V4B
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microvision Development
Sales Rank: 7806
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This product contains 20 business-card CD-ROMs for use with the Sure Thing Business Card Kit. Each CD-ROM has a 50 MB storage capacity, is 80 by 63 mm, and is readable in CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, and audio CD players. Also included are 24 photo-glossy labels for use with ink-jet or laser printers. ... Read more

12. COSMI Perfect CD/DVD Label Maker ( Windows )

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Asin: B0006TIEWQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cosmi
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  • Templates sorted by theme including data, holidays, music, pictures, vacation and more
  • Choose over 4,700 backgrounds
  • Add a border from your choice of 1,200
  • Personalize your labels with 800 clip art
  • Add pizzazz with 500 color photos

13. InterVideo MediaONE
list price: $99.99
our price: $82.99
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Asin: B0007PB0CA
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 8453
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14. IdeaSoft Desktop Labels Platinum (Jewel Case)
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B0000CA1ID
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Nova Development
Sales Rank: 7927
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  • Choose from a huge selection of templates for mailing labels, shipping labels, folder labels, CD/DVD labels and more
  • Features total support for 15 different barcode formats, including PostNet barcodes to speed mail delivery
  • Built-in address book and mail merge tools for mailing labels more easily
  • Easily create your own labels for videotapes, diskettes, office equipment, inventory tags, Rolodex cards, name tags and much more!

15. Burn and Go Gold

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Asin: B00005V136
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Atari
Sales Rank: 6851
Average Customer Review: 1.44 out of 5 stars
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Create and personalize your own CDs. Whether it's for music, photos, or backing up your system, Burn & Go Gold has the tools you need to burn CDs and then personalize them with the integrated label and packaging tools. Burn & Go Gold's simple controls let you copy CDs, back up your hard drive, and create custom music mix CDs with the click of a mouse. Create CD labels and jewel case inserts using Burn & Go Gold's templates and clip art, or import your own photos and art. Also included is the Tornado Labeling System with 20 labels for you to use on any inkjet or laser printer. ... Read more

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars I was burnt not my cd's
I recently broght the software from target. when i upgraded to xp pro my Roxio no longer worked. not wanting to pay $50 for roxio i decided to go cheaper. I have now wasted more money on CD-R that the program has messed up. I will now have to go and buy a more expencive but much more reliable piece of software. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND DON'T BUY THIS!!! IT SHOULD HAVE -50 STARS!

1-0 out of 5 stars Burnt and Go is more like it
I to got burnt by this lousy software. The program crashes alot. I to feel like I just threw away good money. I wish instead of trying to save some money I would have went with the original software program I wanted, Sure Thing by Microvision.

1-0 out of 5 stars "Boo-Hiss" I am somewhat of a rookie at burning CD's, however this software stinks. I have a brand spankin' new Dell with all the memory that any Grandma would cherish. Of course, my CD-RW drive is not supported by this software and I too rec'd the cold shoulder from customer service. They gave me absolutely no time line on updated drivers and also had the nerve to tell me that I had to go back and check their list periodically to see if my drive had been added. Wow! Now THAT made me feel like I was a priority...I will try to return to Best Buy today, if not I will throw it on the ground and stomp on it until I am breathless.....

1-0 out of 5 stars Another Iomega Dud!
Disappointing software and even more disappointing customer service.
"Burn and Go" would not recognize my CD Burner. I emailed Iomega customer service and they said I should wait until they updated the drivers on their web site, then download them. They could not give me ETA when they would get around to updating my driver. They also could not authorize a refund, but they gave me an 800 phone number. When I phoned Iomega they said they would not authorize a refund because I didn't buy directly from Iomega.
Thank God the retailer where I purchased "Burn and Go" gave me a store credit after I showed them the e-mail and explained the circumstances.
Not the 1st time with problems with products from Iomega. No more Iomega products for me.

2-0 out of 5 stars disappointing
Yeah, I know this is bottom-of-the-barrel stuff, but it's still disappointing. Seems to copy CDs well enough, but oddly, seems to have trouble copying material from my hard drive. I'd advise the humble consumer to spend a few more dollars and look elsewhere. ... Read more

16. Surething CD Business Card Kit
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B000056N20
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Ingram Micro
Sales Rank: 6556
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Turn your business card into a multimedia experience. These business-card-size CDs are writable on your own CD writer, and readable in any audio CD, CD-ROM, or DVD player. Put up to 50 MB of text, photos, video, and audio on each CD, and use the included labels to create photo-finish-quality labels on your ink-jet or laser printer. You can use these CDs to promote your business, complement a presentation, present your résumé, or create a memorable invitation.

Included are 10 business-card CDs, 10 protective sleeves, an assortment of photo-glossy and matte labels, CD labeler software, and a label applicator for perfectly centered labels. ... Read more


  • Easily create CD business cards for business-related networking
  • Use video, sound, text, direct links to your Web site, and more
  • Perfect for multimedia presentations, resumes, sales proposals, brochures
  • Comes with label applicator and photo-glossy and matte labels
  • Includes 10 business card CD-Rs and 10 protective plastic sleeves

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Here, let me show you . . .
How many business cards do you collect only to throw away later? This one will be kept.

This kit is a tool for marketing yourself in a dramatic professional manner. The business cards are small CD-RW blanks, which hold up to 50 MB of storage. The shape of these disks intrigued me. They have two straight sides, and two that are curved, and they are only slightly thicker than a traditional business card.

Use the software that came with your CDR or any other favorite. The media does not require a specific program.

The labeling software makes it simple to design professional labels. It does not support the gif file format, but jpeg works just fine. There are plastic coves to protect the cards.

Included are ten blank disks and labels that can be printed either on a laser jet or an inkjet printer. I prefer the impact of color, especially since I am a writer, editor, and graphic artist. I can use the logo that I have created for myself, plus all other business card information.

Business consultants can create presentations designed for a specific client; that is powerful.

Incorporate a portfolio with documentation or artwork, along with information links to your web site. If you are making a presentation, show it from this disk, then hand the card to your prospective client. This is perfect for today's fast paced market.

In short, you get a powerful marketing kit that relegates normal business cards to the status of quaint relics. 5 stars.

Victoria Tarrani

2-0 out of 5 stars business card kit
the label software was great but i thought this would also contain some informationv or software for the cd its self which is what i was looking for. It could have been made more clear that it was mainly just a label kit with the blank cds ... Read more

17. Instant DVD Maker
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00006IQA8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Topics Entertainment
Sales Rank: 3854
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18. Professional CD Label Kit 2
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00009ZLM3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Star Software
Sales Rank: 2096
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19. Instant Video CD Maker
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006IQ99
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Topics Entertainment
Sales Rank: 3988
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Turn home movies and videos into personalized Video CDs simply and quickly. Video CD Maker is a highly integrated application that allows you to access all of its seven video applications from one place. Capture and customize your personal moments, share with the people you love, and organize the saved photos and videos in one place for your convenience.

Instant CD Maker features these seven applications:

  • Digital Video Recorder
  • MPEG Editor
  • MPEG Encoder
  • Photo Editor
  • Digital Album
  • VCD Maker
  • Video Surveillance
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Have been looking for a product that is easy but powerful to work with multiple video files, do the edits, insert transition and effects, and implement near pinpoint timing of audio elements. This product does it all as represented and if I didn't stumble upon it at an incredibly low price, I wouldn't have investigated it at all. For those yearning for its limitations, the only suggestion would have been for the manufacturer to provide a video of putting together a sample edited video. Otherwise, one has to click on the icons to learn the parameters of offered features, but again the time involved to pursue it is small compared to the power and ease of the product. ... Read more

20. DVD/VHS Magic With Label Express
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00024WKPM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Activision
Sales Rank: 8408
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  • Easily convert analog VHS or DVD to digital CD-R or DVD-R
  • Archive family photos, back up data, swap files, or create music CDs
  • Replay copies on a laptop, a friend's computer, or a DVD player
  • Easy installation and configuration; easy-to-use interface
  • Includes Label Express with over 300 images to choose from

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