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CharisMac Discribe 6.0 adds Blu-Ray support

updated 03:45 pm EST, Tue January 15, 2008

Discribe 6.0 released

CharisMac Engineering today released Discribe 6.0 Robotic and Standard Discribe 6.0, optimizing the disc mastering software for Mac OS X on Intel-based hardware. The latest release is a major upgrade that is completely rewritten to offer support for Blu-Ray discs, and expands the boundaries of CD as well as DVD mastering while simplifying workflows. Discribe 6.0 is priced at $70, while Robotic Discribe 6.0 single-drive version is available for $300.

"Loaded with new and innovative features, Discribe 6.0 offers users faster, more productive workflow for burning Discs for virtually any optical disc file system format," CharisMac said. "Now for the first time users can tap into 100 percent of the Power of the new Intel-based Macintosh in conjunction with Apple's Leopard for CD/DVD burning."

Discribe supports Apple's AAC file format, but requires that QuickTime 6.2 or later be installed along with iTunes 4 or later. Additionally, the system must be Authorized for the file chosen for conversion.




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  1. RacerX

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Discscribe is great

    I purchased discribe back a few years ago and compared to the Toast version at the time had a few extra features. It is nice that they are getting back into the game. Now if they could just update their old ugly website with some information on the new version that would be great...

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