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Burrrn v1.14 Beta 2

Freeware
Win2k / WinXP
Burrrn is a little tool for creating and burning audio CDs with CD-Text from various audio files.

Supported formats are: wav, mp3, mpc, ogg, aac, mp4, ape, flac, ofr, wv, tta, m3u, pls and fpl playlists and cue sheets.

You can also burn EACs noncompliant image + cue sheets! Burrrn can read all types of tags from all these formats (including ape tags in mp3). Burrrn uses cdrdao.exe for burning.

Keywords:
burrn audio-cd cd wav mp3 mpc ogg

License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 30 Jan 2007
Downloads 61,671
File size 2.01 MB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Win2k / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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Burrrn v1.14 Beta 2

I am a Sound forge 9.0 and Nero 8 owner who usually burns wave but enjoy testing free audio s/ware. Especially at the moment as I?m writing an online, user friendly guide to audio ripping/encoding/producing high quality audio cds with freeware. <br/> <br/>The quality of some of the free/open source software out there now can really surprise me, Burrrn 1.14 is certainly one of these products. It?s lightweight, easy to use and a very competent burner, the jewel in it?s crown being the range of formats it automatically supports, including Ogg, FLAC and Ape files. *Pricey burning ROMs like mine don?t support that wide a range.* Don?t try burning jukebox style Cds with it tho, you?ll just waste your time as it?s an Audio CD burner. It?s delightfully easy to use, just add files to the burn list then you can drag and drop to the order you want. The length of files are shown on the right of the screen so you can make sure you?re not overrunning. <br/> <br/>The only problem I?ve found with it is that it seems to add noise to imported wave *only wave* file recordings on the default settings, it is a beta product. This is easily sorted tho, just uncheck all the boxes in settings/replay-gain to correct the problem with dither. As I mentioned in the previous paragraph Burrn 1.14 is happy to decode and burn a wide range of files but I personally recommend keeping those boxes unchecked, extract purchased Cds to Wave with EAC first and import them into the burner. For previously encoded files I think for best audio quality it?s worth decoding Lame encoded mp3s with Lame 3.97, FLAC files with FLAC etc and import. For miscellaneous mp3s try the decoder in Apollo37zz freeware, it?s excellent and the best audio playing software bar none in my opinion. My review of it is on this site. <br/> <br/>Burrrn 1.14 is an excellent performer, I was very impressed and will be including it in my guide. Download it with confidence, you won?t be disappointed.