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Automatic Disc Fit Alternatives

Automatic Disc Fit is described as 'Arranges a big set of files or directories in order to use the minimum number of phisycal media pieces (CD, DVD, BR, PenDrive)' and is an app. There are four alternatives to Automatic Disc Fit for Windows. The best alternative is DiscFit, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Automatic Disc Fit are SizeMe, Ignition and Burn to the Brim.

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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Windows

Arranges a big set of files or directories in order to use the minimum number of phisycal media pieces (CD, DVD, BR,...

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    DiscFit

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows

    Arranges a big set of files or directories in order to use the minimum number of physical media (CD, DVD, BD...) pieces. You can drag the resulting sets directly over your burning software (Nero, DVD-go...)

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    The left panel shows the list of files and folders to span; The right panel has a tab for each disc.
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    SizeMe

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    Maximize your output!.

    ⚫︎ Windows Explorer ExtensionSizeMe can extend Windows Explorer in various ways, for example add context menu options, etc..
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    Discontinued

    Last version, 2.0, was released on 2006. It is still downloadable from the official website.

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    Ignition

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    Ignition is a CD/DVD burning optimizer. It helps you saving space on your media by optimizing the way files are placed on the CDs/DVDs of your set.

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    Burn to the Brim

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows

    Burn to the Brim is an open-source freeware program designed to make selection of files to optimally fill up an entire CD (or other medium).

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    Discontinued

    Last version, 2.9.0, was released on 2004. It is still downloadable from SourceForge.

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