Free Audio CD Burner creates CD discs to play them in any music center such as disc center, car stereo with CD player. Program features such as burns CD-R and CD-RW discs, erases information from rewriteable discs, supports a variety of audio formats including *.MP3, *.WAV, *.AAC, *.M4A, *.M4B, *.WMA, *.OGG, *.FLAC, *.RA, *.RAM, *.AMR, *.APE, *.MKA, *.TTA, *.AIFF, *.AU, *.MPC, *.SPX, *.AC3, and decodes and writes compressed audio formats on-the fly (no staging to hard drive is required)
Burned my music exactly as advertised, very quick and easy to use, no complicated interface.
There are a few extra installations that they try to add on during installation, but anyone that knows how to read can easily avoid the toolbars and other programs. Not really a con though, as they're not mandatory installations.
I do hope you realize that the "80 minutes" on a CD is just an average, right? It's entirely dependent on the quality of the audio that you're burning. The only thing that is accurate is that a CD will hold 700mb of data, which is usually about 80 minutes with standard quality audio.
You're right, during the installation additional software and toolbars can be adviced to install. This helps to provide our users free programs. Still they are all optional. You can freely unheck the box not to install it. I advice you to contact our support team via Help desk https://dvdvideosoft.zendesk.com As we'll need some more info to resolve the burning problem. Thank you in advance.
Allows you to burn a disc either track at a time or disc at a time. That's a cool feature that's hard to find in other software. Simple UI, too.
Didn't work on my machine, and a lack of trouble shooting error codes makes it useless.
Installed just fine, but when I tried to burn a disc, it just said, "error burning disc." No duh! There was no way for me to change settings to make it work. I'm looking for another burner that I won't have to troubleshoot.