SmileOnMyMac has released
4.2, an update to their CD and DVD label design software for Mac OS X. A free update for registered DiscLabel users, DiscLabel 4.2 costs $32.95.
DiscLabel lets you import track lists from iTunes and images from iPhoto. It also works with iDVD, the Mac OS X Finder and Roxio’s Toast software. The app includes pre-designed templates and also lets you design your own labels from scratch. It works with various label and paper types, as well as direct printing CD and DVDs. It also supports LightScribe, the HP technology that lets you etch designs and text on the tops of specially treated CD and DVD media. DiscLabel is AppleScriptable, and extensible using new templates you can download from the Internet.
New to the 4.2 version are new visual effects and filters. You can stroke the edge of an image and add shadows to any object. Support has been added to print HP CD/DVD “tattoos” and the text palette features interface improvements.
DiscLabel 4.2 requires Mac OS X v10.4 or later. It’s a Universal binary.