Which means you dont need to steal any burning software
Also there's a big common problem with the comercial burning softwares that they actually
can't burn from an ISO file, due they have their own format.
Iam not saying that all comercial burning softwares
can't burn from an ISO file. (But most common cases they dont)
Which leads to that you have to mount your iso trough DaemonTools forexample and from your burning software choose the DaemonTools VirtualDrive as the source drive. I dont like that.
So well there's a free burning software who can actually burn from an ISO file, and it have also much more features, i have burnt many Linux CD's from this program and they all worked well.
The only bad thing is that it comes with a toolbar
Yea well those arent hard to getrid of, but it's kinda annoying.
Well anyhow for those who is intressted have a look at it = D
# Burn4Free burn data (CD and DVD) and audio from different files types
(WAV, FLAC, WavPack, WMA, M3U (mp3 winamp compilation) , MP3, MP2, MP1 OGG and CDA (normal cd audio tracks)
# Low cost burning : you can burn and dvd copy- backup data - cd with only 2 clicks
# CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD+RW/DVD-RAM drives
(SCSI - IDE/EIDE - USB) are supported
# Multi languages: many languages are available, choose your favorite
# Print Compilation, select layout, colors and items to print
# 4 way to burn your CD/DVD: you can choose the way you prefer to burn a CD/DVD
(fly window, right click from explorer, internal add window, derag & drop
# Burn and save .ISO files
# DVD dual layer support (check Compatibility menu)
# Print Compilation
# Burn MP3 compilation
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