Public beta of Disco released for Apple’s Mac OS X Tiger

Disco is “the missing solution” for disc burning on your Mac. Utilizing a simple and fun workflow-based interface, users are able to accomplish real burning tasks with minimal effort.

Following a successful private beta, Disco is now available to the public.

The entire burning process has been designed from the ground up to work efficiently and effectively for the user. Steps smoothly glide into place and progress bars pulse and provide feedback as the user moves through the workflow.

Disco features:
• Disc spanning
• Full multi session support
• Audio burning
• Disc erasing
• Multi file system support
• One to one copies
• VIDEO_TS burning
• Motion sensor support
• … and a bunch of disc imaging options.

Disco also includes a standout feature called Discography. Discography seamlessly tracks all of your burns and lets you search through tens of thousands of previously burned files to find out on what disc they burned. Burned a disc with a picture on it a year ago and want to know what disc it’s on? Open Discography, start typing keywords, and Disco will narrow down a list of related files and the discs they are on. Disco’s window even emits fully realistic rendered 3-D smoke while burning on those machines that support it.

Disco is now available to everyone as a public beta for US$14.95.

For more information, visit: http://discoapp.com

20 Comments

  1. I think if you will look at maczot.com you will see that it is available to try before you buy.

    Program size is not necessarily an indicator of quality. Otherwise, Windows would be an awesome program.

    And No, I’m not affiliated with the Disco folks in any manner.

    MDN word: less

    As in ‘less’ can be more!

  2. “Discography seamlessly tracks all of your burns and lets you search through tens of thousands of previously burned files to find out on what disc they burned.”

    Hmmm. Anyone remember Zip disks…? They came with a program that was a marvelous cataloguer of what was put onto each disk. Can’t remember the name of it, and I’m quite sure it’s for OS9 only, but, I miss it. This sounds like it’s very similar.

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