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ImgBurn is a lightweight CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application (34 languages) that everyone should have in their toolkit. ImgBurn supports a wide range of image file formats. It can burn Audio CDs from any file type supported via DirectShow / ACM. You can use it to build DVD Video discs (from a VIDEO_TS folder), HD DVD Video discs (from a HVDVD_TS folder) and Blu-ray Video discs (from a BDAV / BDMV folder) with ease. Note: ImgBurn cannot write a multi-session disc, and may not... More info »


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ZERO stars

Negative Review by commenting about ImgBurn Also mentioning: InfraRecorder Jun 2012

installation wrapper contains malware, opencandy, and installs a variety of malware if the naive users fails to "opt" out.

forsooth!

 
oKtosiTe-image

Agreed. Will stick to InfraRecorder.

 
Gerben-image

Imgburn does not install any other software. Just be careful what links you click. But that's not unique here. Most software sites are littered with deceptive download button ads. I can sometimes be quite a challenge to find the correct link.

 
oKtosiTe-image

Yes, it does.

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There is a big difference between being "careful what [...] you click" and being careful what you don't click. Especially when the adware is presented under the guise of being a security feature, misleading less informed users.

But for all I know you're the developer, who appears to have gone through great lengths to remain anonymous.

Given the choice between open source software and freeware with malicious* adware packed in, I'll take the open source software any day. Especially when there's feature parity.

*Note that the software will even try to prevent changes to the browser settings after replacing the home and search pages.

 
highwaykind-image

I really like that it's free, but I can't seem to drag/drop files into a compilation (have to click a bunch of buttons first), nor can I quick-erase a DVD+RW (I can only full erase, which takes ages. I guess my TTSCorp cheap drive is not supported?).

So back to Infrarecorder it is, much better interface (drag drop) and a working quick erase option. Even though that has the big disadvantage of burning slower...

Nero combines speed with quick erase and the easy interface, but even then it's really not worth the current 50 euro they're asking. I'd rather wait 10 more minutes per disk.

 



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