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RSP CD-DVD Burn 1.1.0

Release date (Sun Nov 04 18:05:54 2007)


 

Application to burn CDs 

 


Features

1 - It can erase rewritable CDs
2 - It can burn CD/DVD/BD (Blu-ray)
media 
3 - It can fix damaged CDs and generate a TOC
4 - You can stop the iso file creation and burn process at any moment
5 - It can retrieve the capabilities of the CD unit and media
6 - It can create file system format in modes:
Joliet
Rock Ridge
ISO9660
UDF (DVD)
7 - You can enable or disable BURNFREE ( buffer underrun protection , if available)
8 - It can create single sessions and multi sessions data CDs
9 - No support for audio CDs for the moment
10 - You can simulate burn if the CD unit and media support it
11 - You can select the CD burning speed


Tutorial

With this application you can erase CDs , burn CDs , fixate damaged CDs , retrieve information about any supported drive and media

Supported drives:

CD , DVD , Blu ray

Supported media :

CD-R
CD-RW
DVD-R sequential recording
DVD-RAM
DVD-RW restricted overwrite
DVD-RW sequential recording
DVD-R/DL sequential recording
DVD-R/DL layer jump recording
DVD-RW/DL
DVD+RW
DVD+R
DDCD-R
DDCD-RW
DVD+RW/DL
DVD+R/DL
BD-R sequential recording
BD-R random recording
BD-RE

How to erase CDs

Below the label 'Click to select the drive to use' you have a drive section listbox , there you will see all the detected CD units in the system , click in the CD unit to use , if you have a media in this drive and it is rewritable the button 'Erase' will be enabled , click the button and wait the end of the erase process it is less than a minute

How to burn CDs

Below the label 'Click to select the drive to use' you have a drive section listbox , there you will see all the detected CD units in the system , click in the CD unit to use , if you have a media in this drive the tracks in this media will appear in the listbox 

The tracks listbox will show the number of the track , type of track , time and size in MB

The type of track can be 'Audio' , 'Data' and 'Blank'

The Blank track is the space available in the CD

If the media is writable and it if it have space available the button 'Burn' will be enabled

Now check the space available if it is enough for the burn process click 'Burn' , a window like this will appear:

Now click 'Add folders' to select the folder with the files that you want to burn

If you select a folder with the name "c:\back\files" , an inputbox will appear asking for the CD destination directory , in this case it will be "files" , this means that the selected folder will appear in the CD in the folder 'files' , to insert the files in the root of the CD leave the destination name empty

Click 'Cancel' to stop the copy process

Click 'Clean up' to remove the files from the internal temporary folder

After adding the files the button 'Next' will be enabled , you can add more folders or pass to the next section

You can add any number of folders to the CD , it is only limited by the space available in the media

Click 'Back' to return to the drive selection

Notice that if you exit the application will clean the internal temporary folder , no need to click the button 'Clean up'

After adding the folders click 'Next' and a window like this will appear:

Now you will select the session mode , the file system mode , the enable or disable of the burnfree option , the option to close the CD after the burn process , enable or disable simulate burn , enable or disable space check and select the burning speed

Session mode:

It can be multi-session or single-session

Multi-session:

In multi-session mode the tracks are added to the CD and appear correctly in Explorer , if you have a folder identified as 'back' in the CD and add a new folder 'back2' , after the burn process both folders will be available , in this case the CD behave like a hard disk and you can add or overwrite as many files as you want , only limited by the size available in the CD , no limit of tracks in the CD also , if you burn the same folder to the CD to the same destination only the files that was modified will be added to the CD , the utility is smart enough to avoid adding the same files to the same destination , it is good for incremental backups

Notice that this tool in some cases will not be able to merge multi-sessions generated with other CD burning utilities like Nero , in this case an error will occur during the generation of the iso file

Multi-session CDs don't appear correctly in Win95 and Winnt 4.0

Single-session:

In single-session mode only a unique track will be available in the CD and it will be closed after the burn process , of course if the media is rewritable you can erase the CD and start it over again

Burn session and close track:

It will close the CD after the burn process , it afftects only multi-session burns since single-session will always close the CD

It is required if you want to force the close of the CD after the burn process , the normal multi-session burn will keep the CD open , it will only close the CD after the burn process if there is no more space for a new session

Buffer underrun protection:

It is an option that some new drives have that can avoid losing the media in case of a absence of data during the burn process

If enabled and a problem in the flux of data occur it can recover and finish the burn process , if disabled and the buffers become empty during the burn the process the CD will be lost

No reason to disable it

Simulate burn:

It will execute the process with the laser off 

It is interesting if you want to see whther the burn process will occur without errors

Not all media and drives support simultation in this case the burn process will abort

No space check:

If enabled it will not do any space check on the space available on the media , no reason to use it but if you know what you are doing and want to burn the CD without these checks then enable it

Burning speed:

If 0 it will burn the CD in the fastest possible speed

If not 0 it will try to burn the CD in the selected speed

Multiplication factor:

1x are 176 kb for CD , 1385 kb for DVD and 4495 kb for BD (Blu Ray)

File system:

Joliet:

Generate Joliet directory records in addition to regular iso9660
file names.
This is primarily useful when the discs are to be used on Windows-NT or Windows-95 machines.
The Joliet filenames are specified in Unicode and each path component can be up to 64 Unicode characters long.
Note that Joliet is no standard - CDs that use only Joliet extensions but no standard Rock Ridge extensions may
usually only be used on Microsoft Win32 systems.

Rock Ridge:

Generate SUSP and RR records using the Rock Ridge protocol to further describe the files on the iso9660  filesystemsystems.

ISO9660:

It will generate a pure ISO9660 filesystem

DVD video:

Generate DVD-Video compliant UDF file system.
This is done by sorting the order of the content of the appropriate files and by adding padding between the files if needed.
Note that the sorting only works if the DVD-Video filenames include upper case characters only.
Note that in order to get a DVD-Video compliant filesystem image, you need to prepare a DVD-Video compliant directory
tree. 
This means you need to have a directory VIDEO_TS (all caps) in the root directory of the resulting DVD and you should have a
directory AUDIO_TS. The directory VIDEO_TS needs to include all needed files (file names must be all caps) for a compliant
DVD-Video filesystem.

UDF mode:

Include UDF support in the generated filesystem image.
UDF data structures are currently coupled to the Joliet structures.
Note that UDF wastes the space from sector ~20 to sector 256 at the beginning of the disk in addition to the space needed for real UDF data structures.

Reset:

It will restore the original settings of the application

After selecting the options click 'Next' and a window like this will appear:

Now click '1 - Create iso file' to create the iso file to burn

In the label option you can enter the name that will appear in Explorer when the CD is loaded , it is limited to 11 characters

If you want to return to the selection of files click 'Back' , if you want to cancel the iso file creation click 'Cancel'

If the creation of the iso file occrs without problem the button'2 - Burn' will be enabled , then click to initiate the burn process and a window like this will appear:

Now you can wait for the end of the burn process or click 'Cancel' to stop , if you stop the process the CD will be damaged

If no problems occur the CD will be ejected in the end  , now you can call 'Exit' or click 'Burn more' to reinitiate the burn process

How to fix damaged CDs

Damaged CDs can occur if you cancel the burn process or the system reboot

The button 'Fixate a corrupt CD' will try to generate a TOC in the CD , if possible , of course , just insert the CD and click the button , it may requires a few minutes to finish


Operating System Compliance

Windows NT 4.0 , Windows 2000 , Windows XP , Vista


Install

- To install the dll and sample project just execute setup.exe and follow the instructions

- To uninstall search for the package in the add/remove applications in the control panel , and select remove , it will remove the dll and sample from your system

Anyway you can just remove the folder where the files are located and it is safe to just delete it 


Download


RSP CD-DVD Burn 1.1.0 1,50 MB




Register

This is a link to register it online

After the registration we will email to you the unlock code

 

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