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Monday, July 26, 2004
First Release of an Advanced PRO Version of DeepBurner!


Astonsoft announces release of advanced version of DeepBurner - DeepBurner Pro.

This shareware version for commercial and home usage presents a new level of CD and DVD authoring, featuring:

  • Support for CD-R / CD-RW / DVD-R / DVD-RW / DVD-RAM / DVD+RW
  • Support Long File Name ( Joliet ) File System
  • Burn and Build ISO Images
  • Create Multi-session CD
  • Write on Rewritable CDs/DVDs
  • High Performance File/Disc Caching mechanism
  • Bootable CD/DVD support
now coupled with (available in DeepBurner Pro only):
  • Direct disk-to- disk copying
  • Full- featured backup utility
  • Photo CD album with a number of handy features
  • Drive and media information utility
Currently DeepBurner Pro is in beta stage.


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