The main advantage of using this application is increasing the storage space on VCDs, to 800 MB in an 80 min. CD, without overburning.
With Mode2 CD Maker you have bigger user data sectors, but on the other hand, there is also a limitation caused by the way Windows handles these discs.
Windows reads files burned using this method as RAW data, and it appends a RIFF/CDXA header at the beginning of the file. You need to solve this header issue in order to burn and view any type of file.
Now you can build a CD/XA Mode2 Form2 ISO Bridge type CD, similar to VCD, but open to any type of file format.