Arranges a big set of files or directories in order to use the minimum number of phisycal media (CD, DVD, BD...) pieces. You can drag the resulting sets directly over your burning software (Nero, DVD-go...)
Works fine. This or that (like option to create subdirs for each disc) would make it perfect for people who use ImgBurn or other burn programs than iTunes. But having it show which files to put in a sequence of disc burns is very helpful. I use it to archive audiobooks. Program is easy to install and use (just plant the EXE and its manifest file in a subdir somewhere and make a shortcut if you like) - invoke it and point it to a directory. Simple, fast, easy, useful.
Works great! I have to fill up Blu-Ray single layer discs. Still expensive discs. DiscFit is a simple one-button program that does the job for me. Select the file folder and press Pack. DiscFit will show one or more sets of discs. Next, I create of each set a new folder and move the files to the specific folder. Request: show me the percentage filled for each disc. SizeMe v2.0.0 from 2005 works good after adding the Blu-Ray SL disc size, but the interface is outdated and not appealing. But it shows the percentage filled of each disc. Tried Burn to the Brim v2.9.0 from 2004, but after installing wnaspi32.dll and adding Blu-Ray medium specs, it didn't show the results on screen. Interface is complex and outdated. Ingnition from KC Softwares included the RKVERIFY.EXE malware. Not a good thing.