Supported file systems on discs: ISO 9660 (Level 1,
Level 2), ISO 9660 with Joliet extension (Unicode characters in file and
folder names), UDF (Universal Disc Format).
Support multisession discs.
Support creation of bootable discs (El Torito
Support the test mode (simulation of burning).
Support power calibration.
Support writing subchannel data.
Support the raw data mode.
Support flexible speed selection (from the lowest
to the fastest possible).
Support two erasing modes for rewritable discs
(fast and full).
Supported interfaces for CD/DVD devices: IDE, SCSI,
The incomplete list of the possibilities provided
by our software burning engine includes:
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7 support.
Own ASPI layer for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows
7 takes care of supporting
SCSI, ATAPI, Parallel port, USB (1.1 and 2.0) and FireWire (IEEE 1394)
Multiple CD/DVD devices can be used for burning and grabbing in the same
time. No artificial limitations (well, just your CPU horsepower and
amount of free RAM are reasonable limits).
Support for hardware buffer underrun protection schemes. BURNproof,
JustLink, Power-Burn, SafeBurn, SeamlessLink etc will prevent your
CD/DVD media from being spoiled with occasional hard disk activity
during burn process.
Automatic support for MMC compatible CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW and
DVD-RAM burners. You do not need wait for next update to see your brand
new burner working.
We do support "overburning" for 90 and 99 minute CD-R media. With our
Disc-At-Once burning engine you can store as much data on a single CD as
nobody else can. Perfect solution for backup systems. Lowest $/megabyte
of data ratio.
All known burning methods are supported. We do support Track-At-Once
(oldest but goldest), Session-At-Once (maybe single chance to make 1:1
copy of the CD on some DVD burners that do not support Disc-At-Once) and
super "expert" Disc-At-Once PQ and Disc-At-Once raw P-W CD burning
modes. And of course DVD Disc-At-Once to deal with DVD media.
We provide support for creating both MODE1 and MODE2/Form1 CDs. ISO9660,
ISO9660 + Joliet UNICODE name extension, UDF, ISO9660/UDF bridge (for
DVD-Video and DVD-Audio) and bridge file system for VideoCDs and
SuperVideoCDs are supported.
As it's clear from the previous point we do support VideoCD and
SuperVideoCD mastering. Just point to MPEG-1/MPEG-2 file you want to
burn and we'll make a lovely VideoCD or SuperVideoCD from it.
Session import (appending already created CDs with new data) and
bootable CD/DVD confirming "El Torito" bootable CD/DVD specification are
Complete DVD-Video mastering is available. Yes, we're one from a very
small list of the burning toolkits who make DVD-Video images that pass
DVD-Video Verifier w/o mastering errors. This means that DVD with
Complex Evolution would be playable in any stand-alone DVD player. Just
question of does it accepts selected media or DVD format.
Full software EDC/ECC error checking and correction engine implemented.
Allowing not only proceed with Disc-At-Once burning but also allow fast
bad sectors skip when grabbing damaged or copy-protected media.
We do support 1:1 copy of single session data CDs (99% of the titles
available in the market). This includes bad sectors support (fast
skipping when creating image and making them appear back on recorded
media) and "weak" sector amplifying (if your hardware does not survive
after processing crazy patterns).
Our unique audio decompression and compression engine allows burning of
AudioCD compilations directly from compressed audio files (MP3, WMA, OGG
etc). Nowadays virtually any PC can handle compression and decompression
operations transparently to the end-user.
Full CD-Text support. Now every device capable of burning in
Disc-At-Once mode can store CD-Text information about created AudioCD
Full OGG Vorbis support. Now we can decode on-the-fly not only
MP3/WMA/WMV/ASF/WAV but also becoming more popular OGG Vorbis compressed
1GB padding for DVD burning modes done automatically.