How to Print DVD or Video Game Covers

Going through the game of life, often times things get lost or misplaced. Your car keys? Gone. Your MP3 player? Disappeared. Your homework? Dog ate it. Your DVD or video game cases? Missing as well. While we can’t help you find your car keys, MP3 player, or get your homework back; we can help by providing a guide to print your own DVD or video game covers. Let us begin:The following instructions are for Adobe Photoshop: Start up Photoshop and open the cover you downloaded by going to File > Open. Select the cover image. First we need to check the dimensions and resolution of the...

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Beginner’s Guide to Buying DVD Media

In this section our focus is to teach you the following: The Difference Between DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM and Other Formats The Firmware of Your Burner and Benefits of Upgrading Your Firmware The “MEDIA ID” for the Blank Media You Have Purchased The Different Surface Types: What Do DVD Media Speeds (i.e. 4X, 8X, Dual Layer, etc.) Mean? How Much Can Be Stored in the Media That You Buy?   1. Difference Between DVD-R,DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM and Other Formats What format does your burner require? DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, or DVD-RAM? DVD-R...

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Tips on Labeling Your CD DVD Discs

DVD/CD Labeling Options We all have discs we haven’t yet labeled. Some of us have just a few; some of us have stacks or mounds or boxes or baskets of them. These collections grow every time we toss a new disc there, after we burn it but before we get around to labeling it. So how do you label a disc anyway? There are some good answers, some bad answers and some gorgeous answers, many of them right here.   Write Here If only you thought of this before! Yes, you can write directly on the disc. And yes, you can ruin the disc and maybe the drive when you do that – here’s how to make it...

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How to Format USB Flash Drive

If you want to format your USB flash drive or flash memory card, you can follow these steps: Plug your USB flash drive or memory card into the USB slot of your computer. Normally your system should find it as a removable disk drive automatically. Open "My Computer" and right click the removable disk drive you have just inserted. Click "Format" on the menu that pops up. A dialogue box named "Format Removable Disk" should appear. Select "FAT 32" under the File System and make sure Quick Format is not selected. (If you are not sure, just leave all the...

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