CloneCD 5.3.1.6 Beta

CloneCD is the perfect tool to make backup copies of your music and data CDs, regardless of standard conformity. CloneCD's award-winning user interface allows you to copy almost any CD in just a few mouse clicks. Since the release of 5.0, CloneCD is not only able to copy CDs but also most DVD formats, such as DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM. The movies are copied 1:1 and therefore not modified (compressed). Note that to copy movie DVDs you also require AnyDVD.

CloneCD also works with other formats such as ISO and UDF files and copies CDs/DVDs. CloneCD allows you to create perfect 1:1 copies of your valuable original compact discs. Should your non Red Book standard music CD not play in your car audio, the backup created by CloneCD will.

Product Highlights

  • First copying software that uses RAW-Mode
  • Creates working 1:1 copies onto CD-Rs and CD-RWs
  • Amplifies weak sectors with selected CD writers
  • Emulates weak sectors with all CD writers
  • Works with CD-ROMs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs
  • Writes Audio CDs that conform to Redbook standard
  • Tray-icon allows control over functional usage of inserted media
  • Copies from CD/DVD drives, hard-drive or virtual drives
  • Intuitive user-interface, making it easy for novices
  • Rich selection of preset options via default profiles
  • Advanced options for expert users
  • Stable, fast and does not require an ASPI driver
  • Professional technical support and customer care
  • New: Copies DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM
  • New: Supports DVD split file image formats - this format works with FAT32 partitions and is compatible with VirtualCloneDrive
  • New: Supports ISO and UDF formats created by other applications (e.g., Nero, DVD2One, DVDShrink or CloneDVD)
  • New: Copies CDs/DVDs which are violating fair-use rights.

Download: CloneCD 5.3.1.6 Beta | 2.7 MB (Shareware)
View: CloneCD Website | Release Notes

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