RSJ CD-Writer for Windows NT, 2000 and XP
Using the RSJ CD Writer you can write files and programs under Windows NT to CD-ROM - whether for backup, information filing or creating multimedia titles.
The RSJ CD Writer file system offers you a whole variety of advantages compared with conventional mastering-programs:
- RSJ CD Writer - as a 32-bit-file system - is fully integrated in the Windows NT environment.
- The CDs are being written in the same way as diskettes or fixed disks. This has the advantage that all Windows NT programs that are
designed to work with files - like the Windows NT Explorer - can also work with the CD Recorder.
So commands like COPY, XCOPY or LABEL can be used on the CDs as well.
- Additional fixed disk space for temporary storage is not needed.
- Unattended operation, i.e. fully automatic operation, possible.
- During daily operation the CD Recorder can be used like a normal CDROM.
- Can be used with all SCSI and IDE host adapters compatible with Windows NT and your Recorder
- Queries Audio CD titles using the freedb service and prints your own CD covers
- MP3 files can be written on Audio CDs
- Audio CDs can be copied in DAO (disk at once mode) preventing gaps between tracks
- Bootable CDs can be created
- Unattended installation possible
- RSJ CD Writer for Windows NT features an API for external applications (write your own application using RSJ CD Writer functionality!). Starting with version 4.x RSJ CD Writer contains an additional COM API (Windows Scripting Host).
- USB support for Windows 2000 / XP
- Data-DVD creation possible
Moreover, using the RSJ CD Writer you can also process and create Multisession-CDs. Likewise, the program offers the possibility to burn audio tracks onto CDs. And the CDs can be "sealed", that means furnished with a write protection.
CD-RW's can be erased (in a CD-RW drive).