(NTI) will introduce Dragon Burn, CD and DVD burning software for the Mac, at the upcoming Hannover, Germany trade fair, CeBIT, which will be held March 12-19.
Dragon Burn, which is compatible with Mac OS X and Mac OS 9.x, will enable Macs to produce audio, data and mixed-mode CDs and DVDs. The multi-burning engine allows users to simultaneously write multiple CDs or DVDs and fully supports today’s high-speed DVD and CD drives, according to NTI spokesperson Andy Marken.
Dragon Burn supports such audio formats as AIFF, WAV, MP3, or CD-DA tracks. You can decode your MP3 files into AIFF or CD-DA tracks, extract CD-DA tracks into AIFF files, convert WAV files to AIFF or vice versa. The software also supports all types of file formats such as HFS, HFS+, Joliet, MS-DOS, Hybrid HFS/MS-DOS, Hybrid HFS+/Joliet, as well as Mac Volume. Making a hybrid Data CD allows your data to be read in any Windows platform as well as all the Mac platforms, according to NTI.
Dragon Burn purportedly supports all the latest drives in the market, as well as some of the latest CD-burning technologies available such as BurnProof and JustLink. At CeBIT NTI will also announce a new service to ensure that their backup, disaster recovery, and CD/DVD burning software will always be compatible with and optimized for a user’s drive.