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ShadowBurn Uses OS X's DiscBurning APIs for CD/DVD Authoring

ShadowBurn Uses OS X's DiscBurning APIs for CD/DVD Authoring

by , 12:00 AM EST, December 16th, 2005

StupidFish Programming has released ShadowBurn 1.0, a new CD/DVD authoring utility that uses the DiscBurning APIs in Mac OS X. It offers a variety of features, including Mac- or PC-only burning, Mac/PC hybrid disc authoring with customizable options, drag-and-drop burning from the Finder, disc over-burning for going slightly beyond capacity, an optional plug-in for the Finder and more.

In addition, ShadowBurn uses a universal binary, so it's ready to run on the Intel-based Macs that will start shipping next year. The utility requires Mac OS X v10.4 and sells for US$20 as a single-user license or $50 as a group license for up to 10 computers.

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