CD-LabelPrint questions & answers

Design labels for CD and DVD
Answer by Akash Shah

The issue of printing with Canon ip7250 on White face printable DVDs giving a very faint image can be fixed by adjusting the printer settings. Make sure the print quality is set to the highest level and check if there is an option to increase the print density or ink saturation. Additionally, ensure that the DVD surface is clean and free from any smudges or dirt.

Question by Willy
March 11, 2021
Pooja Bajaj
Answer by Pooja Bajaj

Yes, there is a Mac 64-bit version of CD-LabelPrint available.

Question by Russ O.
August 24, 2020

Two questions actually: First, does CD-LabelPrint 1.4 work with Windows 10 (64-bit)?

I am using Photoshop Elements (.PSD) files for labels.

Currently I have 300+ Photoshop Elements image files (8.27" x 11.6") with specific center hole placement. I print directly to CD form these CD label images.

Is it possible to design one's label within Photoshop Elements (12) and then copy/paste .PSD images onto the CD-LabelPrint screen?

Answer by Ashish Bajaj

Yes, CD-LabelPrint 1.4 is compatible with Windows 10 (64-bit). It is possible to design labels within Photoshop Elements and then copy/paste the .PSD images onto the CD-LabelPrint screen.

Question by Guest
July 2, 2017

Is there a CD-LabelPrint version compatible with Windows 10?

Stephen Prastman
Answer by Stephen Prastman

Even though I can't find any newer documentation regarding CD-LabelPrint and in the older one Windows 7 is listed as the most recent supported operating system, you should have no problem utilizing the application. I installed it on my own Windows 10 PC and the process went through without any kind of troubles. However, in case you encounter any issues while using the application, first, try running it as administrator and if the problems persist, launch it in compatibility mode with Windows 7 or an older version of the operating system.

Question by Justin Whiteoak
February 27, 2011

I'm trying to adjust the inner circle down to 20mm for my verbatim media. However, the starting point is 43mm, and it will only let me adjust down by 10mm to 33mm. The top of the page mentions that it can go down to 17mm. So how do I adjust down below 33mm?

Answer by Pete Clapp

If you want to create a label with a 20mm inner circle, you will need to edit some registry keys. You can't do it from the software interface. Just go to Start, type regedit and open the utility. After that, navigate to HKEY-CURRENT-USER > Software > MediaNavigation > CDLabelPrint > 1.0 > Settings > SizeAdjust > .Standard CD (12cm), double click on Inner and change the value to -230. You need to multiply by -10 the difference between 43 and the inner circle diameter you want. In your case, (43 - 20) * (-10) = -230. After that, launch the software, click Adjust Circle Size, press OK without changing anything and print your label.

Question by Guest
January 9, 2015

My Canon Pixma MG 3530 has given up the ghost. I am replacing it with a brand new Canon MG 7550. Will I be able to use CD-Label Print with it? This is essential as I have a number of label files that I do not want to convert, but use as they are.

Stephen Prastman
Answer by Stephen Prastman

Here are the steps to make the CD-LabelPrint work with a new printer and Windows 7 and above:

  1. Update the drivers of your printer to the latest version.

  2. Download the newly updated versiopn of Cd-LabelPrint 1.4.2 from the following website and install it:

  3. Download the add-on driver from Canon Support and install it:

After everything has been set up, reboot the PC and everything should work normally.

Question by Guest
March 7, 2015

I just don't succeed in getting arc-shaped text. The Help menu says: "Go to Alignment, then choose Justified". I can't find Justified anywhere. I've tried to find the right anchor and drag it towards the inside of the test-box. I use CD-Labelprint version 1.4.2 and the program came with the Canon iP4700 printer. Can you help?

Answer by Dan Angel

In order to create arc-shaped text, launch the program, press New, click the A button to add text, type the words you want, set the color using the Color tab, drag the text to the desired position and then then drag the little red square in text up to form arched text:

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This is all what you need to do. I recommend you use Google search engine to find additional instructions, guides, and tips.

Question by Wilfried Foede
December 17, 2010

CD-LabelPrint is a very useful program, but the maximum working print diameter for CD/DVD is 118mm. I want to enlarge that to 120mm because with 118mm there is always been left an awful white circle up to 1 mm line-width. Can you help?

Answer by Pete Clapp

Unfortunately, you can't increase the maximum print diameter to 120mm, because the software is not configured for this purpose. I suggest you contact the developer for further information. If you want, you can check Software Informer database for alternative solutions. Also, you can create a CD label with 120mm using Adobe Photoshop. Use Google search engine to find tutorials and guides.

Question by ted melling
August 10, 2011

Have just downloaded the latest version for Windows 7 64bit, but the only printer I can use this software with is Canon 9500. I would like to use my Canon 8500. How can I do this?

Stephen Prastman
Answer by Stephen Prastman

The problem with compatibility is related to the update of the application. Install the latest version of the software and you printer will be detected. However, you might need to update the drivers for the printer as well. You can do this from the Canon Support website. Visit the website and look for "Canon 9500" then identify your model and click on Drivers and software. Select your operating system and download the drivers from the Drivers category.

Question by rob
April 8, 2020
Pooja Bajaj
Answer by Pooja Bajaj

Yes, CD-LabelPrint should run on Windows 10, even if you have recently upgraded from Windows 7.

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