LiquidCD is a free burning Application for Mac OS X (10.5 or better. Not 100% ready for Lion.).
WARNING: extremely unstable on Lion and Mountain Lion
Download LiquidCD 2.08
Download LiquidCD 1.33 for Tiger
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LiquidCD has support / partial support for the following disc image formats: anything natively supported by MacOS (iso, dmg, ...), cue/bin, ccd/img, toc, nrg, cdi, mdf/mds, b6t/b6i, daa, gbi. Experimental support for .c2d and .cif.
About LiquidCD 2.08
- Added basic support for mdf/mds, daa, gbi and b6i/b6t files.
- The following formats may also work (experimental): c2d and cif
- Fixes a bug with the erase panel
- Fixes a bug with the burn verification
- Fixes a bug with the Info window
About LiquidCD 2.07
- The .cue parser is tolerant to Windows paths
- The .cue parser looks at the file's path extension if no type is found
- Fixes a problem with the postgap tag in .cue files
- .loxi files now save the MCN and ISRC values
- Better CD and DVD layout detection
- cue/bin disk images now also save basic cdtext info
- Not yet ready for Blu-Ray disc duplication, still working on it
- Still no support for multiborder or multizone DVDs. But I have yet to find one.
About LiquidCD 2.06
- Fixes a bug where pc-only files wouldn't show on hybrid discs.
- The "done" sound now also plays when the burner is done erasing a disc.
- Fixes a potential crash when the burn is finished.
- New set of icons (thanks Susumu Yoshida !)
- Fixes cue sheets with incorrect index points (bug id 26)
- Inclusion parameters are preserved when saving a project (bug id 23)
- Cue files with quotes inside the title, performer,... are now accepted
- Single session CDs are now properly detected.
About LiquidCD 2.05
- Better German localization.
- Quick fix of a bug that can make LiquidCD crash at launch when some specific disks are mounted.
- Better stability.
About LiquidCD 2.04
- Password protected disk images are supported
- Performer, ISRC and MCN tags in cue files now work as intended
- Audio panel: the info panel doesn't open when a track is double-rightclicked
- Added Danish localization (Thank you Toke Riis Ebbesen !)
- Fixes a crash when the hard drive's free space is insufficient
- Fixes a problem when two identical burners are connected
- Fixes a problem where an incorrect number of track were saved to a disk image
- Best device is automatically picked at burn time
- Fixes a bug where a pregap of 0s would default to 2s when reading from a LiquidCD file
- Fixes the Multi Burn, it doesn't say the device is busy anymore
About LiquidCD 2.03
- Fixes a crash of the media browser
- Better Spanish localization
- Cue/bin with no pregap now default to zero seconds instead of two seconds.
About LiquidCD 2.02
- Brings Leopard compatibility back. Something with the zip archive, not sure what it was.
About LiquidCD 2.01
- Iso disk images can be burned even if detected as corrupted (should solve the Wii backup problem).
- Dreamcast disk images are still not burning properly. Working on it...
- Added basic support for the .ccd/.img disk image format (including the .sub file if available).
- The delete key can be used to remove items
- Added a preference to play a sound when the burn is completed
- Files in the Data tab are now automatically sorted by name
- The Media Browser also shows the album name of a track
- Added experimental layout editor. For experienced users only. Hold the Option key at burn time to show it.
- Temporary items are properly removed.
- The disc icon is also displayed on Windows.
- Dropped audio files are now sorted by name.
- Added support for drag and drop on the app's dock icon.
- Better French localization.
- Fixes some small memory leaks.
- Video DVDs accept the JACKET_P folder.
- The system's dvd player is now used to play video dvds.
- QuickLook on items also works with Snow Leopard.
- The open/close/eject button works properly in the burn panel.
- Fixes a crash of the "Disk" menu.
- Fixes a crash introduced with Snow Leopard when dragging audio tracks in the Audio panel.
- Better looking transition when dragging items in the Audio panel.
Learn more about the .loxi disc image format