Freeridecoding today released BurnAgain DVD 1.2.2, an update to its
multisession burning application. BurnAgain DVD is an easy to use
multisession burning tool for Mac OS X. BurnAgain DVD simply adds files to
a disk several times without creating an individual volume for each session.
If items are burned again BurnAgain DVD automatically only adds new or
changed files. BurnAgain DVD allows to change the title of the disk at each
burn, hiding of previously burned sessions and preserves all HFS specific
attributes (resource forks). It supports the use of Aliases and Tigers
BurnAgain DVD supports burning to CDR, CDRW, DVD+RW and DVD-RW. It is the
only application on the Mac available supporting that kind of multisession
Version 1.2.2 fixes DVD-RW and CD burning issues with certain drives and
includes interface tweaks for Leopard.
– add files several times into the same volume
– automatically burn only new/changed files
– change disk title at each burn
– resolves aliases
– supports burnable folders
– hide previously burned files
– preserves resource forks
– platform independent format
– usable with CDR,CDRW,DVD+RW,DVD-RW
– universal binary
– ready for Leopard
BurnAgain DVD requires Mac OS X 10.3 for CD burning, Mac OS X 10.4 for DVD
burning and an Apple supported CD/DVD writer. BurnAgain DVD already
supports Mac OS X 10.5 “Leopard” and is available as a “universal binary”.
Pricing and Avilability:
Single 17 Euro (USD 23.80) , Family Pack 34 Euro (USD 47.20) BurnAgain DVD
can be downloaded for free and tested at full functionality for a limited
number of burns. If you would like to test BurnAgain DVD for a review,
press licenses are available upon request.
Product website and download: (http://freeridecoding.com/burnagaindvd/)
Screenshot and icon: (http://freeridecoding.com/pr/files/burnagaindvd.zip)
Freeridecoding is an independent Mac OS X/Cocoa software developer located
in Vienna, Austria. (Europe).