Do you have large folders full of files you would like to archive to DVD? The default Mac "Finder" interface to burning DVDs requires you to manually split the folder up into 4GB sections so you can burn it to separate disks.
DVD Spanner solves that problem. Just specify the directory of files, and optionally a name for the disks, and it will automatically span the archive across multiple disks.
DVD Spanner is freeware, meaning you don't need to pay for expensive alternatives. DVD Spanning software for the mac is now free!
What's new in this version:
- Performance improvements
- Stability improvements
- GUI cleanup
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