Well... we were talking about audio, actually. :bigsmile: However, it is only partially exact:
From Feurio! site:
Feurio Professional - features
Burning data tracks:
Feurio!Â® Professional especially addresses people that are producing CD-R limited-lot productions. Therefore Feurio!Â® Professional contains the feature to burn data tracks, too. To use this feature you have to download the software NEROÂ® (available from AHEADÂ®, demo can be downloaded from http://www.ahead.de ) and use it to build an image file of your data. This image file can then be added to a Feurio! project as a track and burned normally.
Also a "plain-Image-File" that has been build with another software can be used.
Even Mixed-Mode CDs (i. e. a data track and several audio tracks) can be produced.
Burning data tracks is ONLY supported on the CD-Writers listed below!
Copying data CDs:
Feurio! Professional can directly copy "normal" data CDs (i. e.. Mode-1, Mode-2 and Mixed-Mode CDs) as well.
Special formats (CD-I, CD+G etc.), copy-protected CDs (e. g. Playstation games) and Multisession-CDs are not supported.
I was a registered user of CDRWin some years ago, when it was one of the first great burning tools... they invented the CUE format, which is a really great thing. Unfortunately, the program had a very little development in the subsequent years, they promised their users a build-in CUEsheet editor but they never made it... Then other programs became more and more powerful, and now CDRWin lost the leadership in the mastering world... This is only my personal opinion, of course... I still use it on my second PC which is endowed with some good old SCSI Plextor drives...
Originally posted by urvieh
Without the capability of copying a/o writing data cds. :bigsmile: