What does WYSIWYG mean when using i-Studio?
It stands for "what you see is what you get" and relates to the Disc Content and the Disc Label you create with CDClick i-Studio.
In designing the i-Studio client software, CD-Click wanted to offer its customers the piece of mind they needed prior to committing their Project to Production. This is why CD-Click borrowed the WYSIWYG concept from the graphics and printing industry.
In i-Studio, "what you see is what you get" describes the perfect match between the content of your disc (audio, video or data) and its label file with the actual outputs of i-Studio in your PC
It means that with i-Studio, the user burns the disc on a blank CDR or DVDR with the disc burner installed in his PC and prints the Disc label on plain or glossy paper using the PC printer.
After burning and printing the disc, the user verifies the perfect match between his project and the actual media