Digipacks: Dammit, I hate these things
Feb 15, 2014 at 12:07 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 1


100+ Head-Fier
Jul 13, 2012
I refuse to buy anything in a digipack for various reasons that I'm sure everybody can figure out. Unfortunately, a lot of music I really want can only be found in that type of packaging.
So I guess the obvious solution would be to find a good means of scanning/printing the album art from a digipack and printing out jewel case inserts. My guess is this would require some amount of image manipulation, software that sizes everything correctly, and some pretty serious quality ink and print stock to make it look professional.
Has anyone ever tried doing something like this? Or would I be better off just finding a local printing company to do it for me?

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