Burrrn can burn Audio CDs from FLAC. Also, Roxio Easy Media Creator 8/9 supports FLAC out of the box.
Quote from: Egor on 26 September, 2006, 08:20:34 AMBurrrn can burn Audio CDs from FLAC. Also, Roxio Easy Media Creator 8/9 supports FLAC out of the box.Thanks! Burrrn is what I was searching for. However, if someone knows how to use Nero with FLAC files, I'm still interested.
Simply put the nxMyFLA.dll library from the FLAC 1.1.2 for Windows with installer package (http://flac.sourceforge.net/download.html) off the official website into your Nero plug-in directory (or let the installer do it for you).
Same one from here http://www.bitburners.com/Software/Downloa...FLAC_v184.108.40.206/ , it seems, tho as mentioned I've taken it from the official FLAC Win32 package w/ installer, works for me.
Well, you'll want to burn as a data disc, so pretty much any burning software can do it.I personally use CDRTFE, but there are other good options out there (the recommendations in this thread are five years old, but they might still be good).I would look for software that will automatically check the disc for errors after burning, CDRTFE does that.But DVDs aren't the most secure backup medium. They degrade slowly, and lifetimes can vary quite a lot. You might consider something else, like an external HDD, flash drives, or online backups.Wikipedia - DVD - Use as backup medium
Dear friend, I've tried cdrtools and it has worked perfectly. It has a very slow burning speed which is what I wanted. I also got to know about dvdsaster. Have you got any opinion you can give me? Is it good to use? Thanks once more