Zebra CardStudio is an easy-to-learn, easy-to-operate professional card design and card issuance software suite. Whether you’re creating simple or complex designs, CardStudio offers a version for every application with three software versions with a range of features and price points.

CardStudio supports all current and legacy Zebra ID card printers—both direct-to-card and retransfer. By offering three versions of the product with a range of features and price points—and by enabling upgrades from the more basic versions to the more advanced—Zebra now offer the most complete ID printing solution!

CardStudio features intuitive design, encoding and printing of simple to complexly designed ID cards, now available in 11 different languages worldwide. CardStudio is ideal for designing ID cards for access control, gift cards, loyalty and club cards, school identification and library cards and visitor badges. CardStudio’s Direct-to-Printer (D2P) technology optimizes print quality and performance by providing advanced print control functionality from card design elements directly to the ID card printer. New capabilities and features such as new software only license manager, and D2P print technology demonstrate Zebra’s commitment to deliver and innovate productivity software for ID cards across a wide range of industries and hardware/software solutions.

CardStudio is available in three license editions including Classic, Standard and Professional for simple plastic card design up to more demanding enterprise integrated applications. CardStudio software license manager also enables easy upgrades from Classic and Standard to Professional edition with a license key, eliminating the hassles and frustrations of existing hardware based software licensing schemes. Choose the features and capabilities based on your needs and easily upgrade to more advanced versions through a license key if necessary. Face Snap plug-in is also available as an option for automatically cropping and optimizing images taken with your digital ID camera.