Date Added:Oct. 21, 2005
Downloads Last Week:2
Product ranking:#37 in CD Burners
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It's free, so that's a good thing
I did not burn FLAC, which is what I downloaded it for, so is no use to me.
It use to be my 'go to' music burning and ripping software, but something happened when I got a new Laptop, could very well be my non-techical self....ended up with Audacity and CD Burner XP, trying to figure out which one works best.
Not many when it works
Nice free software
Not what I am looking for.
Not what I am looking for.
Simple to use, and handles many formats that other burners don't support.
None that I've encountered so far but I only use it to burn CDs in formats that my main burner won't handle.
Simple, effective, free.
Send him a postcard, why dontcha ?
Easy to add files.
Easy to burn.
There was a problem with the file system. The cd played but interactive use was almost impossible.
Easy to use; works as advertised; simple interface; FREE!
It once read a cue sheet wrong and I needed to uininstall and re-install it to get it working correctly again.
Highly recommended - works great and it's FREE. Could not understand why Windows Media Player and winamp do not have the built in ability to create CDs from ogg and Flac files. A very simple task handled simply. Thanks very much to the authors' generosity in sharing this.
This program is one of the simplest burning programs around. It burns everything and I've never had it fail.
Sometimes it chokes on adding a Mu3 file but you can just add the songs themselves rather than the disc file.
I've burned hundreds of CDs and never had a problem with this program. Very simple and clean interface. Despite what others here might say this is a very good, free program to burn CDs.
Updated on Dec 18, 2010
Interface looks nice and clean.
No functionaity. Does nothing. Went out the door completely untested.
Burrrn does absolutely nothing. Windows XP or Windows Vista, I drag and drop a WAV file that Pro Tools has bounced as a 16-bit 44.1kHz Stereo Interleaved WAV file and Burrrn just sits there and does nothing whatsoever.
Same thing if I click the Add button and choose the file. File is on the same disk as the program, I am administrator, this is the latest version 1.14 (as of this writing).
I've installed CDBurnerXP and Droppix (on the XP machine) and they both add and burn these files without a problem.
Maybe you folks have an earlier version, before it was completely broken beyond any semblance of usability.
Simple to use.. There is absolutely NO learning curve.. Compatible with multiple file types..
There wasn't any...
Easy, No frills, Free, Multiple file types, Easy to learn... What more can you say...
Great if you have an image with a .cue file - just drag and drop the .cue file
I haven't found a way to save a file - you burrrn straight to disc
I've had a few problems lately burning music with Nero 8 (buffer overrun), Burrrn is so much easier and just as quick.
It is a lovely little program that I have no problems recommending. Give it a try.
Updated on Aug 30, 2009
Updated on Aug 30, 2009Also works fine with Windows Vista
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|Publisher web site||http://www.burrrn.net/|
|Release Date||October 21, 2005|
|Date Added||October 21, 2005|
|Category||MP3 & Audio Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/2003|
|Downloads Last Week||2|