Totally Free Burner – A CD/DVD Burning Solution for Scrooges

With the ever falling prices of USB storage devices, people have really started to abandon CDs and DVDs as a mean to carry their files around. But even though USB keys have become a preferable alternative to the shiny, reflective discs, old fashioned media can still be used to send information via snailmail or to create cheap, storable backups.

If you are looking for a totally free, simple, and effective Windows CD / DVD burning software, then you absolutely have to try Totally Free Burner. Since Totally Free Burner is a freeware, you probably expect that the software will be somehow limited feature-wise, but no, absolutely not. Totally Free Burner features a simple, minimalistic interface that will cover ALL your CD / DVD burning needs.

FEATURES

  • Supports all current hardware interfaces (IDE/SCSI/USB/1394/SATA)
  • Burn Multi-Session or Disc-at-Once mode to ALL supported media formats
  • Supports UDF/ISO9660/Joliet Bridged file systems (any combination)
  • Supports UNICODE for multi-byte languages
  • On-the-fly burning for all image types (no staging to hard drive first)
  • Create Bootable data discs or images
  • Auto-verification of data images
  • Automatic selection of burn modes for Disc-at-Once operations (no special device knowledge required)

Totally Free Burner

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13 Responses to Totally Free Burner – A CD/DVD Burning Solution for Scrooges

  1. Any info on how this compares to DeepBurner, CD Burner XP Pro, or ImgBurn? (Did I miss other free ones? Those are the ones I remember off the top of my head.)

    • Never tried the one you've listed, but I know it works great for everything I need it to do :)

      Can anyone else comment on this?

  2. Any info on how this compares to DeepBurner, CD Burner XP Pro, or ImgBurn? (Did I miss other free ones? Those are the ones I remember off the top of my head.)

    • Never tried the one you’ve listed, but I know it works great for everything I need it to do :)

      Can anyone else comment on this?

  3. The free version of DeepBurner is too limited.

    I use a program called InfraRecorder. It's an Open Source application that has a very nice, clean, and minimal interface.

    You can find the feature list for it here:
    http://infrarecorder.sourceforge.net/

    * Create custom data, audio and mixed-mode projects and record them to physical discs as well as disc images.

    * Supports recording to dual-layer DVDs.

    * Blank (erase) rewritable discs using four different methods.

    * Record disc images (ISO and BIN/CUE).

    * Fixate discs (write lead-out information to prevent further data from being added to the disc).

    * Scan the SCSI/IDE bus for devices and collect information about their capabilities.

    * Create disc copies, on the fly and using a temporary disc image.

    * Import session data from multi-session discs and add more sessions to them.

    * Display disc information.

    * Save audio and data tracks to files (.wav, .wma, .ogg, .mp3 and .iso).

    There's also a portable version at http://www.portableapps.com.

  4. The free version of DeepBurner is too limited.

    I use a program called InfraRecorder. It's an Open Source application that has a very nice, clean, and minimal interface.

    You can find the feature list for it here:
    http://infrarecorder.sourceforge.net/

    * Create custom data, audio and mixed-mode projects and record them to physical discs as well as disc images.

    * Supports recording to dual-layer DVDs.

    * Blank (erase) rewritable discs using four different methods.

    * Record disc images (ISO and BIN/CUE).

    * Fixate discs (write lead-out information to prevent further data from being added to the disc).

    * Scan the SCSI/IDE bus for devices and collect information about their capabilities.

    * Create disc copies, on the fly and using a temporary disc image.

    * Import session data from multi-session discs and add more sessions to them.

    * Display disc information.

    * Save audio and data tracks to files (.wav, .wma, .ogg, .mp3 and .iso).

    There's also a portable version at http://www.portableapps.com.

  5. You might also wanna have a look at http://www.astroburn.com/ which is free for Personal Use without any Restrictions.

    Beside mastering own CDs / DVDs / Music CDs, it can also burn the most used Image-Formats such as mds, bwt, bin, cue, ccd, nrg.

  6. You might also wanna have a look at http://www.astroburn.com/ which is free for Personal Use without any Restrictions.

    Beside mastering own CDs / DVDs / Music CDs, it can also burn the most used Image-Formats such as mds, bwt, bin, cue, ccd, nrg.