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6 Linux Burning Applications - Overview & Screenshots

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K3b
K3b is a powerful, feature-complete burning application for KDE 4 which comes with support for burning CDs, DVDs, ISO images, Blu-ray discs, audio CDs, creating ISO images. K3b supports multisession mode, features on-screen display, sound notifications, it can copy from one device to another, allows to rip audio CDs using the transcode utility, rip Video CDs or DVDs or create eMoviX projects.
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Brasero
This is the default burning application in the GNOME desktop environment, and comes bundled with everything you’d expect from a regular application in its category: it can burn ISO images, audio CDs, Video DVDs and SVCDs, it has plugins support, can copy discs and erase rewritable CDs or DVDs. A nice feature Brasero has for a long time now is the cover editor, which let’s you create simple covers for your discs.
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