BurnAware Professional Crack is a full-featured and free burning software to create CD, DVD and Blu-ray of all types, including M-Disc. Home users can easily burn bootable discs, multisession discs, high-quality audio CDs and video DVDs, make, copy and burn disc images. Power users will benefit from BurnAware’s advanced options, including control of boot settings, UDF partition and versions, ISO levels, session selection, CD text for tracks and discs, data recovering, disc spanning and direct copying.
One of the most noticeable features is a user interface – clean, effective, easy-to-use and multilingual. Other great benefits are low CPU usage while burning and a very stable burning process. Plus support of latest OS – Windows 8.1, as well as any version starting from Windows XP, both 32 and 64 bits.
Besides standard options, BurnAware Free offers many advanced options such as BOOT settings, UDF partition and versions, ISO levels and restrictions, session selection, CD-Text for track and disc, byte by byte verification, direct copying and many more.
Key Features And Highlights:
- Absolutely free. No spyware, no adware, no banners
- Create and burn Data Discs, Audio CDs, Jukebox Discs, DVDs-Video
- Create and burn disc images
- Erase / Format rewritable discs
- Writes to all CD/DVD media types including Blu-ray
- Supports ISO/UDF/Bridge file systems
- Writes in Disc-at-Once/Track-at-Once modes
- On-the-fly writing for all image types
- Supports CD-Text for Audio CDs
- Auto-verification of written files
- Writes multi-session to all supported media formats
- Clean, flexible, easy to use interface
- Supports unicode for multi-byte languages
- Supports Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32 and 64 Bit)
Burnaware Pro Features
- Writes to all CD/DVD media types including Blu-Ray (BD-R/BD-RE)
- Writes discs from disc images
- Writes DVDs from DVD-Video files
- Writes Audio CDs from WAV, MP3, or WMA files
- Supports all current hardware interfaces
- Supports Unicode for multi-byte languages
- OS: Win 2000
- Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHz / AMD Athlon XP 1600+
- Graphics: AMD Radeon X1270 or NVIDIA GeForce 6200 TurboCache
- System Memory: 128 MB RAM
- Storage: 100 MB Hard drive space
What’s new in Burnaware Professional 14.8?
- Updated translations.
- Updated default theme and user interface.
- Improved AAC conversion in Audio Grabber.
- Compatibility improvements for Windows 11.
- Fixed minor bug with saving log files.
- Resolved problem with registering 32-bit version.
Pros and Cons:
Pros of BurnAware
- Easy to use.
- Use less system resources.
- It gives the option to burn Bootable discs.
- It supports Multiburn.
- It can recover files from damaged discs.
- Now it is compatible with Microsoft Windows 8 Operating System.
- It supports all popular disc image formats.
- .NET Framework is not required.
- It can burn Bridge discs (UDF + ISO9600).
- It provides detailed drive and disc information.
Cons of BurnAware
- It is not compatible with Mac OS X and Linux distributions.
- BurnAware Technologies does not providing phone or live chat support other than email option.
- Less Multimedia options.
How to Crack, Register or Activate Burnaware Professional Crack?
- First Download Burnaware Professional Crack
- Extract files
- Install the Setup
- Close the software
- Copy/Paste Crack file into the installation folder of Burnaware Professional Crack
- Now run software
What is BurnAware?
BurnAware Pro is a full-featured and free burning software to create CD, DVD and Blu-ray of all types, including M-Disc. Home users can easily burn bootable discs, multisession discs, high-quality audio CDs and video DVDs, make, copy and burn disc images.
How to burn my photos and view it on DVD player?
Insert a disc, launch the Data Disc compilation, tick “finalize disc” in the options, select ISO+UDF in bottom left corner, add photos and burn the disc.
My DVD player cannot play a DVD-Video created with BurnAware, what can I do?
Some DVD players are unable to play RW discs; in this case using +R or -R may help. Please note that BurnAware is NOT DVD conversion software, so video files will be recorded in DVD-Video mode but not converted. If your recorder doesn’t support video files, the DVD won’t be played.