CDEdit is a small software application whose purpose is to help you design front, back and inside CD covers using custom text and images from your personal collection.
The GUI looks pretty intuitive and provides support for multiple tabs for helping you set up text, image and color parameters for the front, back, and inside CD, as well as CD label.
The cover can be previewed directly in the main window, and you can also check out all the adjustments applied to it. Zooming in or out of the design is possible.
CDEdit comes with support for a built-in wizard, which can be used by less experienced users, in order to create CD covers. Advanced users may skip this step and configure the process on their own.
The program lets you insert user-defined text which can be dragged and dropped to the desired position in the working environment and customized in terms of font, size, color, rotation angle, and background color. Plus, you can apply a predefined style to the text, such as CD Title, CD Author, CD Tracks, and CD Information.
CDEdit helps you add user-defined photos, adjust the picture size, and set up the colors for the front, inside, and back cover, left/right spline, round label, and lines.
Other editing functions worth being mentioned enable you to undo your actions, cut, copy, paste or delete items, and bring objects to the front or send them to the back. You may print the covers or export them to CDE file format and configure the default text style options.
Tests have shown that CDEdit carries out a task quickly and delivers very good output results, without eating up too much CPU and memory.
All things considered, CDEdit embeds an essential feature pack for helping you create CD covers, and is suitable for rookies and professionals alike.