CDBurnerXP is an easy to use and free application to burn CDs and DVDs, including Blu-Ray and HD-DVDs. It also includes the feature to burn and create ISOs, as well as a multilanguage interface. CDBurnerXP can create data and audio CDs with or without gaps between tracks, burn and create ISO files, create bootable discs. It does however support Burn-Proof technology, multi-session disks, import of ISO images has bin/nrg – ISO converter, simple cover printing and much more. In addition to CD/DVD burning, you can also rip audio CDs, normalize WAV files, encode MP3 files, erase disks. Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista operating systems. Everyone, even companies, can use it for free. It does not include adware or similar malicious components.
Create Data-CDs/DVDs: • burn any Data on CD-R/CD-RW/DVD+R/DVD-R/DVD+RW/DVD-RW, including double layer mediums • burn mp3-CDs to store many audio files on one single disc • create bootable discs • verify written Data automatically after burning process • use either the internal browser to add your files or the intuitive Drop-Box to drag and drop files directly from any Windows Explorer window • save your compilations for creation of backups • burn on-the-fly and with buffer-underrun protections • import previous (ISO 9660) sessions and edit existing file structure on CD/DVD • quick- and full-erase disc • copy data discs (possible copy-protection is not bypassed) • retrieve recorder and disc information
CDBurnerXP Pro v184.108.40.20662
Create Audio-CDs: • create Audio-CDs from mp3, wav, ogg and wma files • add single or multiple tracks from existing audio-CDs directly to your new compilation without ripping tracks before (add cda-files) • play audio-files with integrated audio player • gapless audio-CDs supported (disc-at-once-mode) • import M3U or WPL playlists
CDBurnerXP ISO features: • burn ISO files to CD • create your own ISO files • convert bin- and nrg-files to ISO • save CDs/DVDs as ISO file to disc
Since CDBurnerXP 4, we use the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (or any higher version) as basis for our application.