Express Burn Disc Burning Software Free will easily record images, music files, and more onto CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays.
Gets right to work: As soon as you open Express Burn Disc Burning Software Free, a pop-up window appears asking you what type of disc you want to burn. There are eight options, ranging from an audio CD to a Data Blu-ray disc. You can also type the name of the disc below the eight options. Once you make your selection, you can choose the files you want to burn.
Well-organized interface: The compact interface is divided by media type, including Audio, Video, Data, and ISO. The first three all have the same options to add files or folders, but within each section are options related to that task. Within Audio, for example, you can choose Audio CD, MP3 CD, and MP3 DVD. Even if you've never burned a disc before, you'll have no trouble getting started.
Easy to add files: It's small, but we liked that you could grab individual files or whole folders to burn.
Specific use: Each time you launch Express Burn Disc Burning Software Free, you'll need to certify that the software is being used for non-commercial, home use only. If you want to use it for commercial purposes, the second option is to view pricing for the commercial license of the Plus edition.
If you're looking for a free app to burn nearly any type of disc with pictures, audio files, and more, Express Burn Disc Burning Software Free delivers.
From NCH Software:
Use Express Burn Plus DVD burner to burn video and data DVDs and data Blu Ray discs. Seamlessly burn video for playback on your computer or dvd player. Converting many formats automatically. Express Burn Plus Features: Data DVDs (perfect for backup). Video DVDs (for your computer or DVD players). Supports multisession recording. Burn Blu-ray data and video discs. Video files will be re-encoded and made in to a standard DVD Movie disc. Manage chapters. Choice of widescreen or standard formats for video dvd authoring. Record video files to PAL or NTSC. Burn ISO compliant data DVDs and Blue-ray discs (DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, BD-R, BD-RE, BD-R DL, BD-RE DL). Includes command line operation for automation and integration with other programs.
It works! Took about fifteen minutes to burn a 90-minute movie, so perhaps they've fixed the speed issue. The interface is simplicity itself, and there are options for widescreen or fullscreen, and NTSC and PAL (haven't tried this second feature yet, don't have much call for burning PAL discs; but you never know if you might!).
Couldn't find any options for adding chapters, but full version is too expensive to insist on that feature. The finished disc worked on two out of three of my players (not in the Panasonic Blu-ray), which is only slightly annoying for free software.
I actually only wanted to give four stars but the site for some reason is allowing me either 1 or 5. Five it is.