Complex Evolution restricts the complex process of CD recording to a few mouse clicks. Obviously, this is good for ordinary user. Now you can still get high quality outputs, even if you don't know the subtleties of recording technology.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:47
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Description: Easy for beginners, flexible for experts. The uniqueness of Complex Evolution is in its ease of use for beginners. The program lets you jumpstart a recording project in a one minute. Default settings are fine.
Two mouse clicks and in a minute you hold a hot CD with photos, videos or music.
However, if you are an expert, the program gives you unprecedented configuration flexibility in customizing the output settings of your disk. Added to this is the ability to create ISO images and backup copies of audio disks. Complex Evolution combines all the elements of professional CD recording, including a support for multi-session disks, creation of bootable disks, buffer underrun protection, test writing, optimal power calibration, flexible speed selection, and two erasing modes.
All this is delivered in one skinable user interface with hundreds of engaging skins to please your eye.
Change Info: Improved verification code for DAO and SAO modes. Fixed some DVD-Video compatibility problems with stand-alone DVD players. Fixed Audio engine allowing to provide audio tracks padding at least up to 300 logical blocks. Improved compatibility with QSI и TEAC DV-W58G recorders. Improved compatibility with SAMSUNG 348B recorder which cannot have handled synchronized cache in asynchronous way. Folder size is shown with the project. Fixed bug with incorrect GMT offset setting in ISO timestamp derived from Windows time zone info. Now discs created have always had correct time. Added code to handle devices which cannot survive with BURN-Proof style protection enabled. Added some marking code to allow log tracing for devices which cannot have handled BURN-Proof enabled bit. Added workaround for USB memory sticks which have been recognized as the devices and crash the library while reading TOC. Added track size correction for ISO9660/Joliet file system using ISO9660 volume descriptor and for UDF files system using partition descriptor while reading TOC. Fixed bug with importing tree nodes. Other fixes and updates have been done. Improved compatibility with PLEXTOR PX712/716 recorders.
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