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Andyball
post May 12 2018, 01:15 PM
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hi,

I need your help. do I need photoshop to use this. Ive downloaded a couple of covers and printed them off, but ive found them to be way to big for my blu ray case.

I need your help guys on how to get the covers to fit perfectly for my blu ray cases. The cases I am using are standard Europe covers with an 11mm spine.

Hope someone can help
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RobertM53
post May 12 2018, 02:09 PM
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You don’t need Photoshop, which is way too expensive for casual use. Microsoft paint used to be able to resize images, but I honestly haven’t used it in years, and i’m not sure if it even comes with Win10 anymore. There are online tools as well. Just google “resize jpeg” and see what comes up.

But I have to say that a normal size for a BD cover here is 3118x1748, and that size fits my cases pretty nicely. Are you sure that you are printing them at full size, and not stretching them during the print? You should be printing them at 300dpi.

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post May 12 2018, 02:59 PM
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This will probably solve all your cover printing issues: http://www.emdb.eu/undercover10/index.htm

It's free and was designed solely to print covers, it works quite will and is not overly complicated to setup and use.


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