cdrtfe is a CD/DVD/BD burning application for Microsoft Windows. You can burn data discs, Audio CDs, XCDs, (S)VCDs and DVD-Video discs. It supports creation and writing of ISO images and bootable discs. cdrtfe has a multi-language interface and is also available as portable version.

Notes:
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This is cdrtfe 1.4.1

The changes may have introduced new bugs, so please test and report,
if you find a bug.

Some of the translations haven't been updated for quite a while. Any
help regarding the update of existing or the creation of new
translations is much appreciated.


Changes:
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* GUI:
  - Selected task can be started with Ctrl-Alt-Enter.
  - Optional warning before closing cdrtfe, if the file compilation
    has been modified.
  - Workaround for the message dialogs to enable the screenreader NVDA
    to read the text.

* Audio CD:
  - Only sound files which can be converted to Audio CD compatible wave
    files will be accepted:
    wav, flac, ape: 44.1 kHz, 16 Bit, stereo
    ogg           : 44.1 kHz, 8 oder 16 bit, stereo
    mp3           : any
  - Missing values for userdefined pauses will be interpreted as 0
    seconds. Additional check for invalid values.

* ShellExtension:
  - It is no longer required to start cdrtfe with admin privileges to
    (de)activate the ShellExtension under Vista/Win7. Required privileges
    will be requested, when needed.
  - When in portable mode cdrtfe does not allow any longer to activate
    the ShellExtension.

* Bugfix:
  - When starting cdrtfe the FileExplorer wasn't opened in the specified
    folder.
  - Current folder in the FileExplorer changed when tab was switched.
  - Continuing a multisession CD could make the disc unusable, if files
    from the previous session were to be hidden and no UDF filesystem
    was used.
  - The old version of files from previous sessions which should be
    replaced were additionally hidden, which caused mkisofs to fail.