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Brasero (software)

Brasero is a free disc-burning program for Unix-like systems, which serves as a graphical front-end (using GTK+) to cdrtools, growisofs, and (optionally) libburn. The software itself has been reviewed in a few places.

Features

  • Data CD/DVD:
  • Audio CD:
    • Writes CD-TEXT information (automatically found, thanks to GStreamer).
    • Supports the editing of CD-TEXT information.
    • Can burn audio CDs on the fly.
    • Can use all audio files handled by GStreamer local installation (Ogg, FLAC, MP3, etc).
    • Can search for audio files inside dropped folders.
  • CD/DVD copy:
    • Can copy a CD/DVD to the hard drive.
    • Can copy DVD and CD on the fly.
    • Supports single-session data DVDs.
    • Supports any kind of CD.
  • Others:
    • Erases CD/DVDs.
    • Can save/load projects.
    • Can burn CD/DVD images and cue files.
    • Song, image and video previewer.
    • Device detection thanks to the HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layer).
    • File change notification (requires kernel newer than 2.6.13).
    • A customizable user interface (when used with GDL).
    • Supports Drag-and-Drop / Cut 'n' Paste from Nautilus (GNOME file manager) (and other applications).
    • Can use files on a network as long as the protocol is handled by gnome-vfs.
    • Can search for files thanks to Beagle (search is based on keywords or on file type).
    • Can display a playlist and its contents (note that playlists are automatically searched through Beagle).
    • All disc input and output is done asynchronously (non-concurrently) to prevent the application from blocking.
    • Brasero is the default CD/DVD application in Ubuntu 8.04, the latest version of the open source project.

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