The 'Settings' menu offers you the possibility to configure the erase method for rewritable discs and also choose some burn (e.g. use test mode, perform buffer under protection etc.) and after-burn options (e.g. verify data, eject media, shut down PC).
Performance and conclusion
The amount of resources required is quite high when the burning process is under way, yet this is quite normal for this type of product. All tasks are completed in a timely fashion, without freezing or hanging. To sum up, [email protected] ISO Burner 18.104.22.168 Serial Key proves to enclose an efficient method of burning ISO images on the fly, without wasting too much time with unnecessary or too complex configurations.
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There are multiple burning modes available, namely “Track-At-One,” “Session-At-Once,” “Disc-At-Once PQ” and “Disc-At-Once raw P-W”, yet also some dedicated options to choose the burning speed and the number of copies to be made.
View disc information and configure a few settings
When all the configurations are complete, all you have to do is hit the big 'Burn' button and the process of copying ISO images onto the loaded disc will begin. Some information regarding the inserted CD, DVD or BD are detected and displayed in the main window, such as drive letter, free space, write and read speeds, and if it writable or erasable.
Active ISO Burner’s installer can also update your PC with any burning transport it lacks. With our permission, it installed the SPTD transport protocol on our system. With a dialog-style interface, drop-down menus, and basic but clear data display, Active ISO Burner is extremely easy to use. We browsed to an ISO image we’d saved in the Source field. There was no need to choose a Target: our DVD burner was the only device on the list. We left the default Mode selection, Track-At-Once, and the default Speed, Auto-Select, though each control offers more options.
- Too basic, but it;s free
- Simple and easy to use
- ?_? <—-that sais it all
- this is whats right with software these days, its not massive and slow its light and fast and gets the job done even on my 2ghz machine it took seconds to install and works very well
- Easy and fast to use and learn
- Really clean interface, Easy to use, Well made app.
- This may be useful for small files but trying it out for the first time on a 4GB Windows 7 beta file proved to much for it to handle. Errs out one-third of the way into the program – ruins a DVD.
- It “did” ask (not that I ended up agreeing) to install a toolbar and a changed home page, and if I remember right, also to make ask.com the default search engine.
Usually burning ISO images is a process which can be performed using the same software that created the compilations, yet sometimes that program may not be available, especially if the data image files are moved to another PC. A solution to this problem is one of the simplest disc writing apps, namely [email protected] ISO Burner 4.0 full version .
Simple setup and straightforward GUI
The installation process you are required to go through runs quite seamlessly, without offering to download other third-party products or requiring you to configure settings.
- Homepage: www.ntfs.com
- Author LSoft Technologies Inc
- Last version 22.214.171.124
What’s new in last version:
New: Installer package Improved: multiple burners handling
Fixed: burning cancellation hang ups and minor bugs
New: Updated burning engine;
Fixed: Few cosmetic defects
Many more CD/DVD/BD devices supported, as well as fewer burning errors
Three independent burning transports are supported (SPTI,ASPI,SPTD)
Works under User’s account (via SPTI on Vista, and SPTD transports)
Extended device, media, and ISO file information is displayed
Burning mode (TAO,SAO,DAO) and number of copies to burn can automatically be specified
Full text log with actions performed, errors and progress information is displayed
Configuration of after-burn actions supported: Verify, Eject, Shut Down PC
Test Mode burning is supported