BurnAware Professional is the professional’s choice for quality CD & DVD media duplication and Blu-ray Disc recording. Apart from the standard features, such as data, audio and video burning, BurnAware Professional offers a wide scope of advanced functionality, allowing you to duplicate CDs and DVDs, make exact copies of discs on your hard drive, write to multiple drives simultaneously. Also it is permitted for commercial use.
Keep original discs scratch free
Duplicate CDs and DVDs or store them as ISO image files on your hard disk. You can always burn them later to create and backup copy of the original movie/game/software.
Create data backups
Burn your photos, spread sheets, home work results etc. to CD/DVD/Blu-Ray Disc. A hard disk crash would no longer be fatal to your work or family archives.
Update existing discs
You can use the same media for sequential recording daily. New data would perfectly co-exist with previously recorded data. The only limitation is the physical media capacity.
Create data, bootable and mutlisession CD/DVD/Blu-ray Discs
Create Audio CDs and jukebox CD/DVD/Blu-ray Discs
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
Clean, flexible, easy to use interface
Supports unicode for multi-byte languages
Supports Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista (32 and 64 Bit), no drivers required
Changes in BurnAware 2.4 (21-Sep-2009):
- Added OS support Windows 2008 Server R2.
- Solved compatibility issues with Windows 7.
- Added Support for BDR DL and BD-RE DL media.
- Updated user rights service.
- Fixed bug with USB drives detection.
File size: 17Mib
Hosted site: HotFile
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