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CD Session Burner can burn multiple sessions to the same disk until all the space is used up. This makes it terrific for making incremental backups. When you use a multi-session CD each session is mounted as a separate volume.

What's New

Version 4.0: iPhoto integration.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.2 or later

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mhughes Member IconReview+1
mhughes
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This is a great update!

I've been a user since day one & it has never given me a problem.

Does exactly what it says it will do with ease.

mhughes

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Version 4.0
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db
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old link at Sentman's site times out... functional download link as of Nov. 2004:

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Version 2.0
db
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if the link doesn't show up it's at MacMusic DOT org... do a quick on site search.

http://www.macmusic.org/nav/dl.php?lang=EN&id=600&back=1

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Anonymous
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Worked perfectly everytime. Toast seems to hang up when finishing disks...I've got an older QPS burner. So this app is a welcome addition to the Mac Burner and iTunes

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Version 1.0.2
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Don't see this as worth the $$, especially as there are other programs that do this as well for free.
i.e. Jaguar CD Essentials

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Version 1.0.2
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Anonymous
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ALSO NO WAY OF DELETING FILES IF THE TOTAL SIZE EXCEEDS THAT OF THE CD-R.

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Version 1.0.1
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Anonymous
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Would really like this app to work but i have tried it 2x and each time it reports an error (doesn't say what) and the barber pole seems to hang. I emailed the author and have received no reply since 2 weeks ago. I've got to back up so I'm looking for other options.

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Version 1.0.1
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Anonymous
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I had the same totally puzzling problem at first, then the answer finally hit me. I'd temporarily forgotten that when data is burned to a CD, aliases are not copied - the *originals* are retrieved instead.

One of the folders I was attempting to back up happened to contain a subfolder that held aliases to all 7 of my drives/volumes (which I access via FruitMenu), so I was unwittingly, in effect, telling CDSB to copy more than 15 GB onto one CD! *ROTFL* No wonder it got confuzzled. (-:

Apparently, when a folder containing aliases is dragged into CDSB's window, it (correctly!) reads the folder's actual size; in this case, it was 7 alias files x 44 KB each = only 308 KB; however, as the aliases were resolved and the actual data was retrieved during the burn itself, the REAL size for that one folder totaled 15+ GB. So (of course!) CDSB would suddenly run out of space lonnnnng before it expected to, get hung up, and the burn failed.

Now, before burning a backup, I move any folders containing aliases to large items onto my desktop temporarily, then do the burn, then move the folders back to their usual spots; and CDSB works flawlessly. (-:

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Does exactly what it claims, doesn't crash, and costs not much more than pocket change. Provides an essential enhancement to Apple's Disc Burner software.

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Version 1.0.1
Smile_in_the_Mind Member Icon+0
Smile_in_the_Mind
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I really dont see the need for this when Toast which ships with nearly every CD burner on the planet does all this and more???

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Version 1.0
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Version 4.0
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Downloads 17,270
Version Downloads 3,459
License Shareware
Date 18 Oct 2006
Platform OS X / PPC 32
Price $17.00