Developer: NTI Corporation
Current Version: 4.5.45
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 15.8 MB - Download
NTIDragonBurn enables Mac users to quickly and easily begin producing audio, data, mixed-mode CDs, and DVDs. NTIDragonBurn's Multi-Burning engine allows users to simultaneously write multiple CDs, and DVDs from single or multiple sorces. It also fully supports the newest internal and external drives.
Using NTIDragonBurn, Mac users can easily produce their own audio and data CDs, and DVDs; mixed-mode and CD extra discs; and VCD and SVCD video discs. Users can mix and match AIFF, CDDA, MP3 or Wave files to produce custom audio CDs. For CD, and DVD data mastering applications, NTIDragonBurn fully supports ISO 9660 MS-DOS and Joliet, HFS (Mac OS) and HFS+ (Mac OS Extended) file systems. For Hybrid CDs and DVDs, users can select Mac OS and ISO 9660 file system combinations including data from previous ISO 9660 sessions.
For complete data protection and recovery, users can burn layouts to a disc or save them as complete disc image files. Using similar creation techniques, users can quickly and easily produce a backup copy of any CD or non-copy protected DVD. To ensure that users always produce quality discs, NTIDragonBurn supports BurnProof and other buffer-underrun protection technologies. For maximum throughput performance, the mastering software also supports USB 2.0 and FireWire CD/DVDburners.
Fixed cannot erase RW disc in 10.10 and later OS and fixed some weblink bugs. Change the number of burning from 10 times to 3 times in the trial. Also updated EULA and updated copyright to 2017.
Most Helpful Reviews
Works as advertised - I was concerned because to software was expensive, however all the alternative software in the Mac App store had mainly very negitive reviews. I didn't want a bloated package like Toast, so I went for it and bought this software. I'm very glad I did. It has an initutive interface and it just works.
does NOT author Blu-Rays - I bought this for easy one click blu-ray authoring This looks like it does it, uses all the right search terms..... But doesn't do it!