MyCoverCD
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Create CD jewel case inserts.   Demo ($9.99)
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MyCoverCD is a Cocoa Tool for creating CD jewel case inserts from iTunes.

To create the cover:
  • Make a selection in iTunes
  • In MyCoverCD, click on "Import your iTunes selection" in sidebar
  • MyCoverCd automatically gets iTunes data and creates the cover
  • Modify the settings if desired
  • Print, cut, and apply the cover!
  • Features:
    • 5 templates
    • Create covers from a selection or a playlist
    • Choose any illustrations for your covers (iTunes or external)
    • All
    What's New
    Version 5.5:

    New preferences:

    • Cover printing can be centered on paper
    • Automatic color analysis can be deactivated
    • You can choose the edge of popover menu

    Requirements
    • Intel, 64-bit processor
    • OS X 10.7 or later



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    ver. 5.x:
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    Eyeless reviewed on 19 Dec 2012
    Still valuable as iTunes has not become any better over the years in helping out with printing Song-lists, booklets etc. (I managed to print out without the beta-cross across the songs by just cmd+print (but then only get the song-list …).
    [Version 5.1]


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    Anonymous reviewed on 14 Jun 2005
    Was a bit difficult to get up and running but once it was up, it worked as advertised. My very negative comment is regarding the author's complete lack of response to those who have paid for the program. After a hard drive failure I sent an email asking if it might be possible for him to provide the unlock key. That was 4 months ago and I have not heard from him.
    [Version 2.7.21]

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    Anonymous commented on 16 Jun 2005
    Give me your name and send me a copy of first email, because I have already given a response, people registered or not.
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    Anonymous reviewed on 26 Apr 2005
    It's not a review, it's a "comment" and yes, it has everything to do with itunes build in program as they basically do the same thing.

    So I do say myself that itunes build-in option is good enough regarding it's price because it's FREE !

    (this was a comment, not a review)
    [Version 2.7.1]

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    Anonymous commented on 28 Apr 2005
    Yes iTunes is free but :

    - you can't change font, size, color, style, etc. of the text
    - you can't choose the color and the value of the opacity
    - to do a cover you must first create a song list and not choose directly songs in your library
    - large text are wrapped
    - you can't choose text alignment of time
    - you can't choose what must be printed (numbering, artist or album, time)
    - text of iTunes covers is not a word text
    - you can't choose an external illustration for illustrate covers, you must use iTunes illustrations without choice
    - iTunes doesn't do back cover or simple front cover

    With my program, if I need a new cover template, I read it and I use it.
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    Anonymous reviewed on 28 Mar 2005
    This is a very nice piece of software. It goes far beyond the capabilities of iTunes in regard to cover creation. A must have for those who like to burn their favourite playlists as a compilation-CD. Keep up the good work!
    [Version 2.6.1]


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    Anonymous reviewed on 07 Mar 2005
    Just Use itunes built in Cover Maker, its FREE!! and works great
    [Version 2.5.3]

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    MacUpdate-Lon replied on 07 Mar 2005
    That is not a review. It is a comment. Nothing you said has anything to do with reviewing My Cover CD for iTunes 2.5.3
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    Anonymous reviewed on 18 Dec 2004
    Is the "b" in the version number means "beta"? If yes, then mean that we need to pay $13 to try a beta software and report to the developer if any bugs found. Is that the way? Well, thanks. I prefer developer leave a bug in the demo version and release a license patch once purchase. If developer not confidence with their program, don't sell it. If confidence enough, then it shouldn't rated as beta.

    Conclusion, will you buy any untested medicine? I won't.
    [Version 2.1b2]

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    Anonymous commented on 19 Dec 2004
    >Is the "b" in the version number means "beta"?

    yes

    >If yes, then mean that we need to pay $13 to try a beta software and report to the developer if any bugs found.

    the real price is 10 euros, then with conversion euro - dollar the price is less or more than 13 dollars

    >Is that the way? Well, thanks. I prefer developer leave a bug in the demo version and release a license patch once purchase.

    with GNU GPL license I can't do a functional limited demo with key code, the application must be instantly functional and without key code, and code source accessible.

    >If developer not confidence with their program, don't sell it. If confidence enough, then it shouldn't rated as beta.

    but the problem is that I have only one Mac, an iBook, and under Mac OS X 10.3.4. Do updates with RTC line is not easy. And to read the pdf producted, I use only Preview, not Acrobat Reader. Therefore I can't test if my soft works fine with all versions of OS X, all configurations, etc. Therefore by honesty I prefer say that my soft is for the moment in beta version even if it is stable with my configuration.
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    Anonymous reviewed on 06 Jul 2004
    Have you thought of using XeTeX instead of LaTeX? It would let you simply use loads of the Mac's own fonts natively in a TeX environment, which would give you a lot more design flexibility than the European Computer fonts. Non-latin typefaces would also be a breeze.

    Just a thought.

    http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&item_id=xetex
    [Version 1.1]

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    Anonymous commented on 06 Jul 2004
    I know XeTeX, I should use it later but I must finish with LaTeX : colorize the text, new templates, Latin Modern fonts, use multiples illustrations when there are in iTunes, etc...
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    Anonymous reviewed on 27 Jun 2004
    what's the point? iTunes 4.5 and higher has a built in album insert maker.
    [Version 0.1b1]

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    Anonymous commented on 27 Jun 2004
    iTunes 4.6 does an insert but only for front CD jewel case, you can't do back insert with thin spines.

    To do the front insert with iTunes 4.6 you must create a playlist with your songs, you can't do it with songs only selected in the library.

    You can't choose an other illustration than this stored with songs.

    With My Cover CD you can list until 100 songs on back cover, you can modify the style of text, etc...
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    Anonymous commented on 04 Jul 2004
    And it's free so why not?!
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    Anonymous commented on 05 Jul 2004
    My Cover CD complete version is free, but free as explains Free Software Foundation :



    " ... The word "free'' has two legitimate general meanings; it can refer either to freedom or to price. When we speak of "free software'', we're talking about freedom, not price. (Think of "free speech'', not "free beer''.) Specifically, it means that a user is free to run the program, change the program, and redistribute the program with or without changes.

    Free programs are sometimes distributed gratis, and sometimes for a substantial price. Often the same program is available in both ways from different places. The program is free regardless of the price, because users have freedom in using it..."

    My Cover CD complete version is under GNU GPL licence, the sources are available with the application. The participation is asked only one time for all versions, you participate today and you could access all futures versions. There is no serial number, only the archive is protected, not the contents.

    My Cover CD demo is under no licence and is limited rather complete version, and specially the sources are not readable.

    Using My Cover CD is not an obligation, so if you don't want to participate to development, you should use the demo.
    There are currently no troubleshooting comments. If you are experiencing a problem with this app, please post a comment.

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    Type:Multimedia Design : Illustration
    License:Demo
    Date:25 Dec 2013
    Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
    Price: $9.99
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    MyCoverCD is a Cocoa Tool for creating CD jewel case inserts from iTunes.

    To create the cover:
    1. Make a selection in iTunes
    2. In MyCoverCD, click on "Import your iTunes selection" in sidebar
    3. MyCoverCd automatically gets iTunes data and creates the cover
    4. Modify the settings if desired
    5. Print, cut, and apply the cover!
    Features:
    • 5 templates
    • Create covers from a selection or a playlist
    • Choose any illustrations for your covers (iTunes or external)
    • All text is editable as a rich text document (font, size, paragraph, etc.)
    • Personalize the style of all text (font, style, size, form, etc.)
    • Create a mosaic with iTunes art if more than one artwork is available


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