No boastful words are necessary here. The Grub&Burn software (as you can assume by its title) is an ultimate combine of the multimedia disks «grabbing» (extracting the data) and burning. The really *full cycle* of the disk operations is now available within one lightweight software suite
Moreover, all that can be done in a single «gesture» Grab&Burn provides the handy wizard mode for actions like «grab DVD and burn other DVD». The widest possible variety of cases is covered; typical example: large DVD9 disks (so-called «dual-layer») can be split into several single-level DVD-Rs.
The softwares capabilities are not exhausted by that. The program will let you grab-grab-grab anything video or audio disks, CD or DVD of all known formats into a number of individual media files or a single iso-image. Then certainly it lets you burn-burn-burn anything, including creation of audio and video disks from the media files, creating of bootable disks, easy mastering, and whatever you know (or would know) about disk writing. Of course, it carries the full «gentlemans suitcase» of disk-burning like session importing, Trac-at-once and Disk-at-once, and transparent file-system conversions.
All of us know the «bloatware» term (meaning «bloated software»). *This is not the case, however.* I personally like to call the things like Grab&Burn «all-I-need-and-nothing-redundant-ware». Thats it.
DB CD Burner & Ripper 1.00 DB CD Burner and Ripper helps you create audio CDs that play in any standard home or car CD player. It also helps you create data CDs for backups or create data music CDs. The CD
Grab&Burn 5.0.2 With this software you can easily create your own data, audio and video CD/DVD compilations, make a backup copies, master your own family album DVD-Video titles. With this software
Reducing automotive design cycle time KUALA LUMPUR: IBM Malaysia is offering the automotive industry a new solution that it claims will help manufacturers dramatically reduce design cycle time by "re-using" the company's know-how across the extended enterprise.
IBM delivers product life cycle service IBM on Tuesday launched an on demand-flavored PLM (product life cycle management) service designed to help standardize the design practices and improve collaboration across the breadth of a manufacturer's supply chain.