You can burn discs even if you have used a different piece of software to create the compilations or the data image files have been moved to another computer.
The application’s interface is intuitive and easy to use; it offers a variety of burning modes, such as “Track-At-One”, “Session-At-Once”, “Disc-At-Once PQ” and “Disc-At-Once raw P-W”.
Other basic options are available, too, such as selecting the burning speed and the number of copies to be made.
Underneath Active ISO Burner’s simple interface, there are many complex and useful options packed, such as its three independent burning transports (SPTI, ASPI and SPTD), working under user account (SPTI on Vista and SPTD transports) or configuring the erasing method used in rewritable discs.
After burning, the application can be set to verify data, to eject the disc and to shut down the computer. The entire procedure is completed within minutes. After completing configurations, you just need to hit the “Burn” button and the ISO images will be copied to the disc. You always have access to information such as drive letter, free space and writing speeds.
Active ISO Burner is recommended to anyone looking for a reliable application to burn their ISO files. Its configurations are simple and the burning time is fast.
This utility is being updated constantly and its last versions were improved with a new user interface and with a new installer, which makes installation easier and more compact.
The types of discs supported by Active ISO Burner are CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, CD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD+RW and Blu-ray discs.