CD Burning Software

stephanie

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Nov 15, 2002
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Does anyone know a good application for OS-X native that will burn CD and DVD and hopefully does not include Digital Rights Management? Any ideas will be appreciated though.
 

FatTony

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Jul 17, 2002
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Toast

Roxio Toast will burn CDs and DVDs. I have only used it for data CDs so I can't comment on its ability to VCDs or DVDs. Also, I'm not sure about its DRM abilities, either.
 

Billicus

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Apr 3, 2002
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OS X comes with a built in CD/DVD burner, if you're not looking for anything too fancy, and it's a DVD-R drive in your computer. I think Toast Titanium has more options though, so go with it . If you can get by with it though, Disc Burner is free, compared to Toast being $79.
 

LimeiBook86

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May 4, 2002
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What I use...

Well I use Toast for OS X and I like it, it's cool it shows a staus bar in your dock when your burning a CD, cool huh? :-D
 

mac15

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Toast wins hand down, its fast, stable, and pretty cheap to.... Every mac user must use it.
 

stephanie

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Nov 15, 2002
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Seems as though Roxio wins hands down. But do they have DRM?

And the disk burner utility that comes with my mac is alittle to basic. I need to be able to burn .iso files and bootable cd's.
 
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