DiscBurner

Developer: WEI LI

Current Version: 2.2

Last Updated: 10 days ago

Download Size: 4.3 MB - Download

Description:

Notice: The App will not upgrade any more,we recommended you strongly to purchase Comburet (Comburet is the combination of AudioBurner and DiscBurner)

DiscBurner is a professional burning App. You can use DiscBurner to burn data, iso and dmg image file,erase rewritable disc. DiscBurner has been localized in 74 languages, if you find something wrong with your own language,please let us know. Any questions or suggestions and co-operations,please send email to: [email protected]

DiscBurner main features:

- Auto find burning device

- Supports CD,DVD,HD-DVD and BD

- Burn folder and image file(DMG and ISO)

- Erase rewritable disc

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Release Notes:

- Add Forum module,you can register member and publish your comments.
- Add In-App-Purchase for: Burning Music,DMG and ISO.

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 2.2
Review by Kameke

It worked - I was having a hard time getting Disc Utility on my iMac to burn a disc correctly. I took a chance and bought this utility. After wasting a few discs (always test on re-writable media!) I got it to work fine. Making a “burn folder” using disc utility was a bad idea - turned all my files into “Alias files” - links to the originals I assume, and burned the links…useless. Build a new folder and cut/paste your files there and it will work fine. I have not tried iso or music files but for data discs, it works fine. Was readable on my iMac and on Windows PC.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by smokey blue

Discburner - No help for this app at all. Not sure how to work it. The support web page is foreign. Would not reccomend this for the average user. Ten dollars wasted

Found helpful by 16 out of 16 people

More Reviews for Current Version

4/5
Version 2.2
Review by Kameke

It worked - I was having a hard time getting Disc Utility on my iMac to burn a disc correctly. I took a chance and bought this utility. After wasting a few discs (always test on re-writable media!) I got it to work fine. Making a “burn folder” using disc utility was a bad idea - turned all my files into “Alias files” - links to the originals I assume, and burned the links…useless. Build a new folder and cut/paste your files there and it will work fine. I have not tried iso or music files but for data discs, it works fine. Was readable on my iMac and on Windows PC.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
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