SPAM Filled Software, installs Conduit Toolbar, don't use!
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Successfully burned some mp3s to audio cd.
Audio capacity of a cd is determined incorrectly.
Many sneaky attempts to install adware during installation.
No support for importing playlists.
The good news is I managed to burn some mp3s to audio cd(rw) without much trouble. Importing a playlist would have been nice, because my mp3s came from many different folders.
However, I could burn only about 65 minutes of audio on my 80 minute cd-rw. That's only 85% of the actual capacity! I find this unacceptable for a program who's only purpose is to create audio cds.
As for the adware, it *is* possible to install without any adware. But the installer is very deceptive. They go so far as to gray out some options that are needed to disable adware. Be careful!
Overall, I would recommend using some other program to burn your cds.
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No single one...
Installs toolbar (adware or spyware?) that cannot be removed and there's no way to not install one either.
Should be removed from CNET network!
INSTALLS SPAM TOOLBAR THAT CANNOT BE UNINSTALLED
Allows you to burn a disc either track at a time or disc at a time. That's a cool feature that's hard to find in other software. Simple UI, too.
Didn't work on my machine, and a lack of trouble shooting error codes makes it useless.
Installed just fine, but when I tried to burn a disc, it just said, "error burning disc." No duh! There was no way for me to change settings to make it work. I'm looking for another burner that I won't have to troubleshoot.
Don't use - hope to one day - no time to review.See also: