Here you'll find all the common templates required for CD and DVD inlay, booklets, sleeve and wallet printing.
To save the files, right click on the Windows or Mac icon and select "Save As...". This will let you save the CD or DVD template on to your local machine. You can also click the icons with the left mouse button and this will open the template in your browser, and then you can save from your browser directly.
As long as your designs match our template layouts then there should be no problem with the printing. Do make sure you follow the guides and leave sufficient bleed lines (about 3mm).
If the template you are after is not listed on the right hand side, then drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org we'll be glad to send you the template you are after.
Adobe Illustrator: If you are preparing your artwork using Illustrator, you can directly open the PDF template from within Adobe Illustrator.
Keeping the templates as the topmost layer, place your artwork on a second layer below the guide layer.
When saving your files, make sure the files are saved at the highest PDF quality available, ensuring the resolution is 300dpi, colors are in CMYK format and that all font sets are embedded.
Adobe Photoshop: If you are preparing the artwork using Photoshop, you will need to import the PDF template into Photoshop and ensure the conversion settings are at 300dpi resolution and that the color scheme is CMYK.
Layer 1 will be the template guides, create a new layer to sit underneath Layer 1, and place your artwork contents onto this new layer. save the file as a PSD file at 300 dpi, CMYK format.
Hi-Res JPEG: Alternatively, If you know your artwork is at the right size for the template, and placement, you may remove all the guides entirely and save your file as a hi-resolution JPEG file, again at 300dpi, CMYK format. JPEG save settings should be at the highest quality level.
For further help or guidance regarding artwork you can email us at email@example.com or call us on 02 9648 3800.