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BurnAgain FS enters public beta

updated 10:25 am EDT, Mon April 28, 2008

BurnAgain FS public beta

Freeridecoding has opened a public beta for a new application, BurnAgain FS. Unlike some of the company's other programs, which operate entirely under a separate window, FS lets users change the data on a CD or DVD through Finder. It does this by mounting a disc as if it were a hard drive, in turn letting users add, edit and delete files multiple times until a disc becomes full, without creating multiple volumes.

Disc names can be retitled with each burn, and resource forks are retained. FS is compatible with CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+RW or DVD-RW discs; it requires Mac OS X Leopard, and despite its beta status, is free only for 20 trial burns or to owners of BurnAgain DVD. All other licenses start at $16.




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