disclabel 2.0 Released -- SmileOnMyMac has updated disclabel, their slick application for creating CD and DVD labels, along with inserts for jewel cases. New in disclabel 2.0 are improved graphics capabilities such as foreground and background layers, object arranging and distributing, masking and soft focus effects, and combining multiple images into a montage. Images can be imported on a per-track basis, and you can now print inserts, covers, and booklets on plain paper as well as export to PDF, TIFF, or JPEG. disclabel 2.0 costs $30, and is a free upgrade for anyone who purchased the previous version after 01-Jan-04; otherwise upgrades cost $10. It's a 6 MB download. [ACE]
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