BurnAware Free 4.0 Beta 2

BurnAware Free is a full-fledged disc burning tool – fast, lightweight, feature-packed and, most importantly, 100% free. The program burns all types of CD, DVD and Blu-Ray discs containing data, digital photos, music and video. With BurnAware Free, you will be able to create bootable or multisession CDs and DVDs, high-quality audio CDs, make and burn disc images, copy and backup discs.

Features

  • Burn Data, Bootable and Multisession discs
  • Burn Audio, Video and MP3 discs
  • Create and burn ISO/CUE/BIN images
  • Copy discs to discs or to ISO images
  • Erase rewritable discs
  • Extract tracks from Audio CDs
  • Extract data from unreadable or multisession discs

Supports

  • All media types (CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc) including Double Layer
  • All current hardware interfaces (IDE/SCSI/USB/1394/SATA) including AHCI
  • UDF/ISO9660/Joliet file systems (any combination)
  • On-the-fly writing (no staging to hard drive first)
  • Verification of written files
  • Multisession DVD-RW/DVD+RW
  • Unicode CD-Text (tracks and disc)
  • Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7 (32 and 64 Bit), .Net framework is NOT required

What's new in BurnAware 4.0 Beta 2

  • Updated user interface and burning SDK.
  • Main COM-based DLL replaced by static DLL.
  • Registration of DLL is not required anymore.
  • Improved stability and performance on all Windows platforms.
  • Improved burning process of all media types.
  • Fixed bug with random stuttering of Image/Audio in DVD-Video mode.
  • Resolved problem with detection of various CD/DVD/BD recorder models.
  • Resolved problem with compatibility with some recorders and other burning software, like CloneCD or DVDFab.

Download: BurnAware 4.0 Beta 2 | 4.2 MB Freeware
Download: BurnAware Free 3.5 | 4.3 MB Freeware
View: BurnAware Free Website

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Just wondering... any special reason to drop the COM way of programming and switch to static DLLs? Is it simpler to develop the application this way?