Summary:

freeridecoding announced the release of version 1.0 of BurnAgain FS, a CD/DVD multisession burning utility for Mac OS X. Their software can re-mount CDs or DVDs as writeable volumes just like a hard disk. This means you can use the Finder to perform all operations on […]

freeridecoding announced the release of version 1.0 of BurnAgain FS, a CD/DVD multisession burning utility for Mac OS X. Their software can re-mount CDs or DVDs as writeable volumes just like a hard disk. This means you can use the Finder to perform all operations on the volume and then burn changes (in ISO 9660 Rock Ridge standard format). BurnAgain FS is a complete re-work of BurnAgain DVD which lacked full Finder integration.

Program features include:

  • ability to change the content like on a hard-drive
  • ability to change disk title at each burn
  • preservation of all OS X resource forks
  • burns in a completely platform independent format
  • fully usable with CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-RW

From my very limited testing with a DVD+RW I can say that the product behaves as advertised. I’ll run it through some more paces with some CD-R/RW media will report any quirks. You get 20 free burns and then need to pay $23 USD for a single user license if you want to keep using the product. Users of BurnAgain DVD (since January 1st, 2008) receive a discount if they choose to upgrade.

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