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Old 01 February 2005, 08:29   #1
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CDonFire ... Amiga's Nero!

Finally, someone coded a FREEWARE ultra-cool cd-burning suite! Have a look here: CDonFire Homepage

Minimum reqs are a 020, 800MB HD , 3.1WB and 16MB fastram....
This is so great...

Don't forget to support the author by donating! Things like that deserve supporting!
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Old 01 February 2005, 10:53   #2
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Wow, that's great news! The first free CD burning software for the Amiga, or have I missed anything? Now, if I only had a bigger HD, I'd plug in one of my old burners
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Old 01 February 2005, 10:55   #3
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I do not know if it is the first, but I can say the best free...
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Old 01 February 2005, 13:41   #4
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those people should really donated by us ...not the developers of os 4.0


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Old 01 February 2005, 13:53   #5
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It looks quite "professional". A really good initiative as MakeCD and BurnIT doesn't seems to be supported anymore. Thanks for the link !
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Old 01 February 2005, 14:24   #6
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Now, I have to a way to fit my plextor cdr in my desktop A4000.
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Old 01 February 2005, 14:26   #7
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perhaps I should also start using a scsi cdr I got with the squirrel....
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This is very neat thing indeed. Gotta test this right away.... <gone testing>
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Old 01 February 2005, 19:37   #9
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Would be interesting to see how well it works, I never did get any success burning CDs with my A1200, 8mb fast RAM and Teac SCSI CD writer on a Squirrel SCSI interface. I have never sussed out why either. If this works, I'll have to get some extra RAM :-)
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Old 01 February 2005, 19:57   #10
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doesn't say which drives are supported

would like to use my old Plextor 12/4/20 SCSI CDRW unit which isn't used anymore.

MasterISO 2.6 supported my older Plextor 8/20 and my even older Philips CDD3600 2x SCSI burners...but never faster on my 060 A4K miggy with CybSCSI2 interface

And no, I never liked MakeCD, MISO2 was sooooooo awesome for DAO audio CD layout editing, never saw such an intuitive interface on any other platform
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Old 01 February 2005, 21:27   #11
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THIS is the sort of initiatives the Amiga needs. And it's free!

Even if I don't use a burner in my Amiga (and don't know if I ever will), I just hit that PayPal button and made a donation.
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I tested it but couldn't burn anything, "debug: work in progress"... so it's still in development but looks very promising
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Old 01 February 2005, 23:57   #13
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doesn't say which drives are supported
It supports allmost every MMC Type SCSI and IDE Burner .... so allmost every Burner that was built since 1998 or so
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Old 02 February 2005, 00:54   #14
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BurnIT is still supported and developped, the version 3 will come with support of DVD burning, but it'll be a commercial software.
You can also use Frying Pan, an another soft with support of DVD too, but it's a shareware.
And, you can burn DVD with MakeCD, if your burner is supported...
 
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This is looking awesome! Nice GUI!
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Does anyone know if this is better than ISOCD? (Particularly in terms of making custom CD│▓ CDs and the like )

Impressive looking app indeed - and speaking of MakeCD, if it's not supported anymore, why are some shops still charging ridiculous prices for it?
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I tried CDonFire with my Yamaha 4x burner. I simulated a burning of 65mb ISO-image, but after 10 minutes of burning i got tired of waiting. I think the burning process isn't taking full 4x advantage of my burner. But we'll wait and see. And yes i set the burning speed to MAX (4x).
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