BurnAware Professional 2.0.2

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 and simultaneous disc writing.

Key Features:
* Create data, bootable and multisession CD/DVD/Blu-ray Discs
* Create Audio CDs and jukebox CD/DVD/Blu-ray Discs
* Create DVDs-Video
* Copy and backup CDs/DVDs
* Create and burn disc images, bootable images
* Erase / Format rewritable discs
* Supports all current hardware interfaces (IDE/SCSI/USB/1394/SATA)
* Supports UDF/ISO9660/Joliet Bridged file systems (any combination)
* Supports true, simultaneous image writing
* Supports parallel erasing
* On-the-fly writing for all image types (no staging to hard drive first)
* Auto-verification of written files
* Supports CD-Text
* Clean, multilingual, easy to use interface
* Supports unicode for multi-byte languages
* Supports Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista (32 and 64 Bit), no drivers required

What's new in v2.0.2:
* New 10-days trial period is available.
* Minor modifications of Welcome Screen.
* Added German translation.

Download: BurnAware Professional 2.0.2 | 8MB, Shareware, $39.95
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6 Comments

#1 thing that makes this software bad is it's cost vs superior burning programs like ImgBurn etc and those are FREE.

It used to be free. I am still using their free version 1.3.1
I like it better than Nero. Its small, fast, easy to use, and works great.
With all the good free versions out there (CD burner XP) who is going to pay for this stuff?

Nero is getting lame. I tried installing their latest release on my Vista Home Premium PC and it made my CD/DVD drive drop off the drives list. As soon as I uninstall and reboot, my drive shows up again. Thanks for nothing NERO

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