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Re: CD/DVD Production links

The only challenging thing about the system is that they don't provide any 
templates, just dimensions...and they aren't clear on the no text lines, 
bleed lines, etc, inside of those dimensions. You have to experiment with 
your own templates, upload your graphs files to the program, and figure it 
out visually. But it's not that bad. You can zoom in on an image that 
an actual CD jewel case with you art work in it and see how everything 

Then, once you are comfortable with the way your graphics look in the 
virtual jewel case, you upload it to their server, and you can order one 
free sample (only 1 ever, not one per unique CD order).  That is the key 
step, because if it looks great when you get it in the mail, save your 
templates forever and continue to use them.

Moreover, I am really happy with the quality and service from this 
I can't thank the original person enough who shared this with us on the 
list - Samba?


----- Original Message ----- 

> They do everything. You upload your artwork and music to a program that 
> you download to your computer (you can use tiff files for the graphics 
> it pulls the music from your CD-R in your CDROM drive), and then use 
> program to upload everything to their server (take about 2-3 hours). 
> After that point, you can order as many or few CDs as you like - shrink 
> wrapped, bar code, cull color sleeve (2 panel), CD face, and tray card, 
> etc. And they give you a URL to sell the CD...all for $1.60 a CD. I'm 
> going there now to order several more BEMF CDs,.
> Kris
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill" <rs@moinlabs.de>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Friday, April 13, 2007 3:10 AM
> Subject: CD/DVD Production links
>>> Kunaki.
>> I don't get this...do you send them the CDs and they print and package 
>> them?
>> Or do they do the CDs as well? If so, what kind of CDs are they (CD-Rs?)
>> Rainer