If you are looking for CopyToDVD, you have come to the right place. We explain what CopyToDVD is and point you to the official download.
What is CopyToDVD?
CopyToDVD is a suite of platforms primarily used for burning CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs and it developed by VSO-SOFTWARE. It allows incremental burning while providing users with multi-session platforms and available multiple-setting capabilities.
Audio CDS can be produced using audio files of various formats such as APE, MusePack, MP3, OggVorbis, and WMA. The music player that comes with this suite also lets users to generate a playlist from the available audio files. DVDs can also be produced as backup files and can be played using any type of DVD player. High-definition formats are likewise supported by CopyToDVD suite.
This platform is also equipped with a technology called the Smart Data Analyzer which helps the users to determine the best format to produce from any given multi-media files. The software carefully checks the materials and will then propose a suitable format. It also has a voice notification system that informs users when burning are done or when glitches arise.
CopyToDVD also has a scheduling function that authorizes users to configure and set a specific schedule for all the burning activities. It also works well with Windows OS and Mac OSX.
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File types supported by CopyToDVD
Our users primarily use CopyToDVD to open these file types:
About file types supported by CopyToDVD
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Last updated: : July 31, 2013