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In the past few days I worked a bit on the helpfile and wrote a couple of tutorials. After the next version of CDBurnerXP (which is coming along nicely btw) I'll try to make the helpfile somewhat more complete. Actually, various people offered help, but you can count the ones who really did something on one hand, with most fingers chopped off :?

How to save an audio CD to disk: http://cdburnerxp.se/help/Audio/ripaudiodisc

How to use Replay Gain (coming in the next version): http://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb:7

Information on LightScribe (also coming in the next version): http://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb:5

Command line arguments (coming in the next version, please let me know if you miss anything): http://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb:3

Mixed mode discs (coming in the next version as well): http://cdburnerxp.se/help/References/mixedmode

From now on, I'll also release some source code from time to time which may be useful for others.

This includes a C# wrapper for LightScribe and a Separator control currently. More info on CDBXP and open source (and why CDBXP will never be an open source application) at: http://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb:4

Also thanks to http://tsewebdesign.com/ who provided a new download mirror for CDBurnerXP. In near future we'll get our own dedicated mirror though so that there'll be enough traffic for everyone :)

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Guest Ottifanti

Thanks for your effort, I am using CDBurnerXP fromt time to time and I am very enjoying it.

Best regards,

Otti

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I see CDBurnerXP is in (faster) progress! Keep up the good work!! I hope CDBurnerXP will be even better and more useful.

I also like the 'development'-section on the homepage, where you can see part of the progress.

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Guest EagerlyAwaiting

-I also am very happy that development is progressing nicely... -have been eagerly awaiting the next releases (especially a bugfix for the multi-session problem(s)? I *strongly* urge/ask that the more basic functions {such as being able to use multi-session properly} be bug-fixed before new, less important features are added/fixed {like Lightscribe, etc, purely cosmetic}...).

-If I can scrape up a few dollars (not likely, each $1 means 2 meals I go w/out, very poor) I'll donate and check out the betas, but for a while now I've been repeatedly forced to stick with good old v.3 because of several (remaining) unacceptable bugs in v.4... I love v.3 and have referred many friends, family, customers to it and they all like it, often preferring it over the "name-brand" bundled CRAP that comes w/a new puter/burner (as do I).

-Thanks for all the great work! Very appreciated, keep it up!

Bri... >;]

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Rest assured, bugs have priority. However, currently the most striking bugs are either not our fault (thus we need to wait for a fix from others) or a lot of work to fix, so that it will take a bit longer. During that time, we will not put all new feature developments onhold though.

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Guest Viajero

Thanks! Just uninstalled Nero and am liking your software (as rec'd by Lifehacker today). Yippee.

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Guest El Computador - Costa Rica

Amigos/As:

Mejor Imposible . . .

Muchas Gracias . . .

PURA VIDA . . .

WOOT !!!

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Guest WSmart

Post a BitTorrent link and you won't have to worry about hosting bandwidth. I know this file isn't much. What's nice about BitTorrent is that it fosters a sense of community. I feel like in my own small way I'm participating in the project, which I would be. That's a positive experience and it makes me smile.

You could also give a share ratio type of feedback on contributions. How many downloads vs how much time and resources as cash has gone into this project. Such information empowers people to get involved and do more. You've done so much, give others the opprotunity to reciprocate.

I'm not downloading this now. If you had a BitTorrent file, I would. What's the difference? I have a program for burning ISO files and that's about all I do. So downloading this and using your bandwidth and I don't know. But with a torrent I'd also be giving something back and that makes me smile, so I'd try it.

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Guest WSmart

Ok, I see the BitTorrent link. I have to try this. Looks pretty cool. Command line...Windows....huh? Thanks!

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Guest mikenj

I've just got to say...I was having no luck figuring out how to copy, burn or store alot of things onto a cd....each time I tried it erased what was on the cd and replaced it with what i wanted to add. But with CD burner XP, I can do what I imagined I'd be able to - put more than one item on a CD at a time...without erasing what was on there...and keep adding or taking things off....I'm not great at computers, but I can say that this program is outstanding and easy to figure out. Thanks!

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