Apart from burning and creating ISO images, cdrtfe also allows you to erase rewritable discs and offers extensive information about the drives connected to your computer.
This application is easy to use and it has a plain interface; you will probably notice that functionality is more important than looks in cdrtfe.
cdrtfe is being constantly improved and its last versions benefit from changes such as the commandline option /img being used together with /load or the exe installer or having the possibility to handle a locked ShellExtension DLL when reinstalling, updating and uninstalling the application.
Changes in cdrtfe 1.5.3
- Commandline option /img can now be used together with /load.
- The exe installer can now handle a locked ShellExtension DLL when reinstalling, updating and uninstalling cdrtfe.
- See full list of changes here
cdrtfe was created as a win32 frontend for the well-known cdrtools (cdrecord, mkisofs, readcd, cdda2wav), Mode2CDMaker, VCDImager etc.