Burnatonce 0.99.5

Burnatonce 0.99.5

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Published by Jamie Osborne on 28 Nov 2006
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    3.00 MB
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  • Updated

    28 Nov 2006
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    1,326 (1 last week)

"Explorer style window for data cd mastering"

Burnatonce now includes all the features needed to make it a full audio and data cd authoring program while still maintaining the speed and ease of use that has always been it's goal

Explorer style window for data cd mastering: This much requested feature could not be fully implemented until now due to some bugs in mkisofs. These bugs are now being fixed so burnatonce now has a more friendly environment for mastering data cds!

Full integration of ddump for all windows systems: Thanks to a modified version of ddump from it's author XiT, burnatonce can now show read progress in a similar fashion to cdrdao's write progress.

This also means that read progress for both cdrdao and ddump is now shown the same way for Win9x and WinXP/2k.

Support for OGG and FLAC as standard: We are pleased to announce support for OGG and FLAC as standard. The external decoders are included in the burnatonce install but please note a suitable codec is required for previewing media files in burnatonce.

Internal support for reading media headers and tags: burnatonce is now able to read tags and calculate the correct duration of wave, mp2, mp3, ogg and flac files internally.

This reduces the dependence upon the Windows MCI and associated codecs to previewing media files only. Work is currently being done on internal support for other formats.

Long Joliet and ISO9660:1999: As well as supporting 103 Joliet character filenames burnatonce now implements ISO9660:1999 which allows 207 characters for folder/filenames and removes the limit upon how many levels deep the folders are are allowed to be.

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