Anyone try BurnAware?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by WSFuser, Nov 29, 2007.

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  1. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    Its a new freeware burning app that came out some weeks ago. Id be interested if anyone could provide feedback.
     
  2. Arup

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    Replaced ImgBurn with this one, seems to to the job well with a nice GUI.
     
  3. EASTER

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    Thanks. Gonna try this and see how well it'll perform. Always useful and especially these freebie offers really are encouraging when they pan out as dependable alternatives.
     
  4. Espresso

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    What type of fileystem does it use for data cd/dvd?
     
  5. Huupi

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    Just give it a whirl and am quite impressed,the GUI cannot any simpler,thats great,my mother in law can now burn Video DvD with her eyes closed.Its great that any config. if any is already done beneath the skin and works flawlessly at defaults i burnt Audio and Video without any problem. But their strong point is the ease of use,just 2 clicks away from burning !!
     
  6. Arup

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    Agreed, this is gonna be my replacement for ImgBurn for now till ImgBurn new version is released, BurnAware has the best easiest to use interface I have seen for quite a while.
     
  7. HAN

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    I took a look at it too. For someone needing a burning app that is very simple to operate, it probably won't get simpler than this. But if you need more, things like choice of ISO level, mode2/XA and so forth, you need to look elsewhere...

    Espresso: I burned a quick data CD (finalized) and it shows up in Nero as ISO9660/Joliet/Mode1. I see no way to burn it any other way...
     
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