Developer: HOFA Plugins

Current Version: 1.6.10

Last Updated: 9 months ago

Download Size: 32.7 MB - Download


So far burning applications have either been complicated or limited. But now, with HOFA CD-Burn & DDP, everything is easier.

Just drag & drop your mastered tracks into the audio editor of CD-Burn & DDP. Here you can cut and move them, adjust levels, fades and crossfades as well as create CD-Text and everything else to create perfect (master-)CDs and intransigent DDP-Images.

The features:

• Burning software to create red book audio CDs and DDP images
• Simple handling, clear representation
• Cut, move, fade and crossfade audio files
• Automatic pause detection
• Support for Japanese CD-Text
• Import of DDP-Images and CUE files
• Supports all common sample rates, bit depths and audio formats (WAV, AIFF, FLAC, Ogg-Vorbis, MP3)
• TPDF dither with noise shaping
• MD5 checksums for improved data security of DDP images
• Supported Languages: English, German

PLEASE NOTE: This product is not 100% identical with "CD-Burn & DDP (Standalone)" available in the HOFA-Plugins Shop. Please check the FAQ on the HOFA-Plugins website for details about the differences.


Release Notes:

New Features:
- New Tooltip system with more detailed descriptions

- Added "Recent Projects" to File menu and to start dialog
- Added "Import .cue File" to start dialog
- Added "Import Audio Files" to File menu
- Added "Save all Tracks as Audio Files" to File Menu
- Pressing Shift + Stop during playback will stop playback and set playback position to last playback start position
- Plausibility check before burning CD or writing DDP: Check if there is any audio material after the CD-End marker
- Support zoom and movements on trackpad
- Show warning when importing DDP image with inconsistent track numeration in CD-Text (Waveburner problem)

- Playback glitch when clicking into timeline while playback is running
- Pauses were not correctly added when importing .cue files using the PREGAP entry
- Numeration of subindex markers could be wrong after re-opening a project
- Subindex markers could only be placed with a minimum distance of 4 seconds
- Could not enter numbers in "Set Pregap for all Tracks" dialog
- Deleting and re-inserting last clip could move end marker to wrong position
- Disabled CD-Text entries were written to "CD Tracklist.txt" file
- Fullscreen mode was not always correctly restored
- Milliseconds in time display could be rounded to wrong values
- Wrong wrap-around of CD-Time when sliding values up/down with the mouse
- Pressing Tab key without anything selected in the track list could cause unpredicted behaviour
- Application could be closed while writing a CD


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2.1
Review by stereomix.co

simple fast good - it worked on osx 10.8.3 ..no problems just together with "avid core audio" it seems to have some problems

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.6.10
Review by Vicioso

Burns slow in El Capitan - Waste of a purchase. It Burns at 4x speed in El Capitan no matter how must faster you set it… All programs I’ve used otrher than Toast Titanium have this same issue in El Capitan… It has a demo version but of course, I didn’t discover the slow burning speed until after I purchased it...

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people