May 14, 2008 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Vienna, Austria - Freeridecoding is proud to announce BurnAgain FS, their CD/DVD multisession burning utility for Mac OS X. Like magic, BurnAgain FS re-mounts a data CD or DVD in a writeable way just like a hard drive volume, making it possible to change the content of a data CD or DVD simply using the Finder. At any time the changes can be burned to the media.
The user can re-mount the disk and add or remove files, or even edit and change them. This can be done several times with CDR, CDRW, DVD+RW and DVD-RW disks until the media is full. Additionally, the title of the disk can be changed prior to each burn as well. Without any additional software, disks burned with BurnAgain FS are readable on all platforms, automatically preserving special Mac file attributes (resource forks).
And since BurnAgain FS doesn't erase the disk each time, its much faster.
Feature highlights include:
* Multiple sessions without multiple volumes
* Change the content of your CD/DVD like on a hardisk
* Change disk title at each burn
* Preserves resource forks
* Platform independent format
* Usable with CDR
* Usable with CDRW, DVD+RW, DVD-RW
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 2.2 MB Hard Drive space
* Apple supported CD/DVD Writer (internal or firewire)
Pricing and Availability:
A single user license is priced at only 15 Euro ($23 USD). A FamilyPack option (5 users in same household) is available for only Euro 35 ($53.00 USD). 10 user OfficePacks are available for Euro 120 ($180 USD). A full-featured, demo (20 trial burns) is available and a recommended update for all customers. All customers who have purchased BurnAgain DVD since 1st January 2008 get BurnAgain FS for free. Customers who have purchased BurnAgain DVD before 2008 can purchase an upgrade to BurnAgain FS.
Located in beautiful Vienna, Austria, Freeridecoding is a privately held company founded in 2005 by Thomas Bauer. With a focus on the Mac platform, Thomas founded Freeridecoding with the intention of developing unique and user-friendly applications. Copyright 2005-2008 Freeridecoding. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.