GnomeBaker is a free CD/DVD authoring application for GNU/Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.
GnomeBaker features an intuitive interface.
It is part of the GNOME desktop environment.
- Create data CDs.
- Blank rewritable disks.
- Burn DVDs.
- Burn data cds on the fly.
- Burn Cue/Bin files.
- Copy data CDs.
- Copy audio CDs.
- Import M3u and pls audio playlists.
- Support multisession burning.
- Record to and burn from existing CD ISO images.
- Can burn via SCSI and ATAPI on Linux kernels 2.4 and 2.6. Basically if cdrecord works, then GnomeBaker will work.
- Drag and drop to create data CDs (including drag and drop to/from the Nautilus file manager).
- Create audio CDs from existing WAV, MP3, FLAC, and Ogg files.
- Integrate with GConf for storage of application settings.
Developer: Luke Biddell, Christoffer Soerensen, Goedson Teixeira Paixao, Ignacio, Pygi, rgavril, and Lasse Bang Mikkelsen
License: GNU GPL v2
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