BurnAware Professional 2.0

BurnAware is the ultimate disc burning software. BurnAware Professional is the professional's choice for complete CD and DVD duplication and disc burning. It is permitted for commercial use and includes extra features essential for business and professional users including: parallel erasing, importing any sessions and simultaneous disc writing.

Key Features:

* Create and burn Data Discs, Bootable Discs, Audio CDs, Jukebox Discs, DVDs-Video
* Create and burn disc images, bootable images
* Copy and rip CDs, DVDs
* Erase / Format rewritable discs

Download: BurnAware Professional 2.0 | Shareware, $49.95
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Windows Vista CD/DVD burner is better with 'Live File System*' It's easy & free too & don't req. additional disk space or something. And for Audio burning i have Windows Media Player & for HD-Video/VCD/VHS/DVD Video buring i got Windows(Vista) DVD Burner. So i'm advising if u got Vista Home/Ultimate don't spend money buying any 3rd Party Burning Software.

*Windows Vista's Live file System: A file storage system that can be used to create CDs and DVDs. Discs formatted with Live File System allow you to copy files to the disc at any time, instead of copying (burning) them all at once like Floppy or Memory Card. Works with CD-R, CD+R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, or DVD-RAM. For More visit: http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/e...806cbe1033.mspx

Microsofts built in burning software is pretty much a joke compared to free stuff like ImgBurn or other commercial burning apps.

(ThaCrip said @ #6.1)
Microsofts built in burning software is pretty much a joke compared to free stuff like ImgBurn or other commercial burning apps.

Maybe u didn't use Windows Vista's Built-in burner. Ya! I prefer Nero for Advance Burning.

no offense or anything but who really cares much about blu-ray burning? ... cause almost NO ONE besides super rich people would burn blu-ray discs right now cause the drives/discs are still WAY to expensive especially the discs.... it's just not practical to burn blu-ray right now or even close to it.

(ThaCrip said @ #4.1)
no offense or anything but who really cares much about blu-ray burning? ... cause almost NO ONE besides super rich people would burn blu-ray discs right now cause the drives/discs are still WAY to expensive especially the discs.... it's just not practical to burn blu-ray right now or even close to it.

so true.

I saw a blank 50GB BD-RW for a $150

I was like rofl "are you kidding me?"

ImgBurn is nice, but it doesn't do simultaneous image writing. That would be nice to have.

Don't quite understand why anybody would want or care for Parallel erasing? Please tell me.

If I have a disk that I don't want anybody to ever read, I cut it in half with heavy duty scissors. Why would I want to erase?

Is the parallel erasing for CDrw?

Who cut off the content???

Highlights

* Writes to all CD/DVD media types including Blu-ray
* Supports ISO/UDF/Bridge file systems
* Supports true, simultaneous image writing
* Supports parallel erasing

* Writes in Disc-at-Once/Track-at-Once modes
* On-the-fly writing for all image types
* Supports CD-Text for Audio CDs
* Auto-verification of written files
* Writes multi-session to all supported media formats
* Clean, flexible, easy to use interface
* Supports unicode for multi-byte languages
* Supports Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista (32 and 64 Bit)