BurnToDisc for Aperture
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Aperture export plug-in for burning images to DVDs and CDs.   Demo ($30.00)
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BurnToDisc for Aperture is an Aperture Plug-In that simplifies the process of exporting your images and burning them to DVDs and CDs for sharing, archiving or off-site storage.

Disc names are automatically generated from user-defined elements such as disc number, image number, export date and project name.

For each exported image, you can specify multiple image sizes, multiple image formats and on-disc folder placement for the images.

To allow for varying workflow scenarios, any number of named export configurations can be saved, and then later recalled
What's New
Version 2.0.8: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later
  • Aperture 1.5 or later



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Bigdave56 commented on 30 May 2011
Umm, how can a plugin for an Intel-only app be Universal? Just askin'...
[Version 2.0.6]

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Blue Room Software (developer) replied on 19 Aug 2011
BurnToDisc is compatible all the way back to Aperture 1.5, which ran on both PowerPC and Intel hardware
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MacTraxx reviewed on 20 Mar 2009
This is insanely expensive for what it does. Looking forward to the next Aperture update that hopefully includes most of what this does. I'd buy it if it were $5, but not $50.
[Version 2.0.1]

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Blue Room Software (developer) replied on 19 Aug 2011
Thank you for the thorough product review.
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Bezbozny replied on 05 Sep 2011
I m sorry to see that the developer posts ironic answers to users comments. It is true that this application is extremely expensive for what it does and we have every right to express this opinion.
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subscriber3 commented on 16 Aug 2008
a recent article in Science News reads in part:

"The bottom line: Don't store files on DVDs, I learned, unless you're prepared to dump the disks every three months and create new ones from your original source files.

"CDs will store your digital pix longer - maybe a year.

"Your computer's hard drive: That's the safest place to store digital files that matter. There the bits and bytes that define a snapshot of Mt. Everest, your baby at 6 hours of age, or grandpa's prize-winning radish may survive unscathed for three years or more. I picked up these depressing tidbits from David C. Tarrant of the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, England."

http://sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/33277/title/Science_%2B_the_Public__Family_Snaps_in_Peril
[Version 1.0.3]

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DP-G4-450Guy replied on 07 Feb 2009
What an idiotic article.
Hard to believe that tripe was published in what is purportedly a 'science' mag.
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rob.h replied on 01 Mar 2009
Maybe the article was published in April 1st? ;-)

Have to say, I've got data on CDs and DVDs that I burned several years ago and it's still fine.
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Version Downloads:352
Type:Multimedia Design : Author Tools
License:Demo
Date:05 Sep 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
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BurnToDisc for Aperture is an Aperture Plug-In that simplifies the process of exporting your images and burning them to DVDs and CDs for sharing, archiving or off-site storage.

Disc names are automatically generated from user-defined elements such as disc number, image number, export date and project name.

For each exported image, you can specify multiple image sizes, multiple image formats and on-disc folder placement for the images.

To allow for varying workflow scenarios, any number of named export configurations can be saved, and then later recalled for use.


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