Free Any Burn

Submit portable freeware that you find here. It helps if you include information like description, extraction instruction, Unicode support, whether it writes to the registry, and so on.
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Free Any Burn

#1 Post by joby_toss »

Free Any Burn

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Image
Burn image file
Burn files and folders
Burn Audio CD from mp3/ape/flac...
Support all CD, DVD, and Bluray image files, including iso, bin/cue, nrg, mdf/mds,daa, uif, isz, ...
Burn files and folders in your hard drive to CD, DVD, or Bluray disc
Create standard Audio CD which can be played in regular CD player from mp3, ape, flac, wma, ...
Erase rewritable disc
Create image file from disc
Create image file from files and folders
Support two erasing methods, quick erasing and full erasing
Copy CD, DVD, or Bluray disc to ISO or BIN/CUE image file
Create ISO or BIN/CUE image file from files and folders in your hard drive
Copy disc
Convert image file
View drive and disc information
Copy source disc to destination sector by sector
Convert all CD, DVD, or Bluray image file to ISO or BIN / CUE format
View detail information about your drive and disc
Rip Audio CD to mp3/ape/flac...
Rip Audio CD to mp3, ape, flac, wma, and wav files...
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Note: it's stealth after you disable update checking. Workaround: I think you can create an "anyburn.ini" file with the following contents (at least mine looks like this...):

Code: Select all

[Settings]
CheckUpgrade=-2147483648
Hope it wasn't submitted before...I searched...

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#2 Post by webfork »

ImgBurn (I just found out) supports Blu Ray burning, but doesn't have an included ripping program the way this does. Will give it a try -- thanks for posting.

Another review:
http://free-any-burn.findmysoft.com/

Setup:
* Unzip setup file (I used 7-zip)
* Delete $COMMONFILES $PLUGINSDIR $0
* Launch AnyBurn.exe

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#3 Post by joby_toss »

Added here: http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2361

Note: there is no need to extract the files from the installer; a portable zip package is provided by the author(s); unless you're using Win98 or Me and you need the file "unicows.dll" provided only with the installer.

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#4 Post by Ruby »

Latest version (1.7) of AnyBurn no longer uses the INI, it is now using the registry.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AnyBurn

~Ruby

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#5 Post by tproli »

Sadly I can confirm this. Question is that is that intended or a bug.

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#6 Post by allclownsareevil »

Hopefully it's a bug and will be resolved. If not, version 1.6 can still be obtained from here.

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#7 Post by Lupo73 »

Problem reported to the author. It will be fixed in next release.

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#8 Post by Lupo73 »

The author confirmed me that the last version 1.8 doesn't write in registry.

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#9 Post by giulia »

hi
thanks like the program
but is there a way to set gaps between audio tracks?

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#10 Post by juverax »

Anyburn: Is there a way to save the compilation (syn. file list / project)?
Thanks for the help

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Re: Free Any Burn

#11 Post by juverax »

I just found on archive.org a CD image in the "CDR" format (of the Garbo Repository, 1992) ..... I know, pretty old but they had collections of snippets of code, that I really wanted to see .... No need to reinvent the wheel !
I don't know much about the CDR format, well I mean nothing.
Absolutely no relevant information on the internet :(
But when I clicked on the CDR image, ImgBurn ( https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=583 ) popped up and offered to burn the image.
I agreed and now I regret, because later, under the effect of a genial revelation, I changed the CDR extension to ISO, and I could open the CD image (any ISO reader would have worked).
I still have no idea of what is the CDR image format, and all I can imagine is that a facetious mind renamed the ISO extension to CDR :?:
And there is no such thing as a CDR image :!:
Anyway, hats off to ImgBurn :D

OOOps, Just now I realize that my post is in the wrong thread. I wanted to mention that ImgBurn and not AnyBurn was able to detect that the content of an image was an ISO, and not be fooled by an "outlandish" extension.

This post should be moved ....

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