Burn4Free CD & DVD
If you are looking for Burn4Free CD & DVD, you have come to the right place. We explain what Burn4Free CD & DVD is and point you to the official download.
What is Burn4Free CD & DVD?
The Burn4Free CD & DVD software is a free utility for copying and burning files onto disc media. Different types of data, including audio files, can be copied by the program and subsequently burned onto a free CD or DVD. Some of the file extensions that the program can open and copy for burning are MP1, MP2, MP3, OGG, WAV, CDA, FLAC, WMA, WavPack and SCSI. It can even copy and burn complete playlists onto discs since M3U is supported: that means users can copy playlists made on applications such as WinAmp, Windows Media Player, iTunes, and VLC Media Player using the program and save them in playlist format on a disc.
Users can also copy disk image files using the software. The program is not an imaging utility by itself, but it is capable of recognizing ISO files and burning them onto disc media. It also allows users to make their selection from any of several localizations and offers software upgrades for no added cost once the utility is installed. The program is compatible with most editions of Windows, including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
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File types supported by Burn4Free CD & DVD
Our users primarily use Burn4Free CD & DVD to open these file types:
About file types supported by Burn4Free CD & DVD
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Last updated: : July 11, 2014