Shareware author Ilja A. Iwas has updated
UnCoverIt, his label creating software for the Mac, to version 1.4.
UnCoverIt automatically generates labels for different kinds of storage medias. Unlike other label printing applications you don’t have to enter the name of the files on your disk manually, Iwas said. UnCoverIt scans your disk and places icons and file names at the right place and the right size automatically, he added. UnCoverIt can create covers for either data volumes or Audio CDs.
UnCoverIt comes with cover layouts for the following storage medias: CD-ROM, audio CD, Iomega ZIP, Iomega Jaz, Imation SuperDisk, MO cartridges, and ORB drives. Audio CD covers can be made from a folder of MP3 or AIFF files, a track list that is saved in your Mac’s CD Remote Programs file, an audio CD in your Mac’s CD-ROM drive, or an iTunes playlist file.
With version 1.4, users can now completely customize cover layouts and save them as templates for later use, according to
. A new Cover Assistant guides novice users through the process of creating new covers. Audio covers can be created from iTunes playlists and AIFF files, too. What’s more, UnCoverIt is now Carbonized and runs under Mac OS 8.6 and up, including Mac OS X. UnCoverIt 1.3.3 will remain available for users with older versions of the Mac operating system.
UnCover 1.4 is a free upgrade for registered users of version 1.3. For others the cost is US$10 for a single user license, $50 for a site license, and $500 for a worldwide license. You can download it from the product Web site.