SmileOnmyMac on Thursday announced the release of
4.4, an update to the CD and DVD label design software for Mac OS X. The new version is a free update for DiscLabel 4 users and costs $32.95 to register. A demo version is available for download.
DiscLabel enables users to create custom labels and inserts for their CDs and DVDs. Users can start with pre-designed templates or make their own from scratch. The software supports track imports from iTunes, iPhoto, iDVD, Finder and Roxio’s Toast software, imports images from iTunes, iPhoto, iDVD and the Finder, can support multiple layers, features drawing tools and gradient support, works with direct-to-CD printers and more.
The new release features contrast control for drives that feature HP’s LightScribe technology. LightScribe-enabled burners actually let you burn designs and text onto the top surface of burnable CD and DVD media using special drives and discs.
Also new in this release is support for papers with custom label sizes, additional media support, Canon printer “Tray E” support and other changes.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.4 or later.