DiscJuggler is the quickest, easiest, and most professional way to duplicate multiple CDs at once with its ability to simultaneously drive multiple CD recorders, and accurately and reliably replicate virtually any existing standard CD. It burns .cdi and .iso images.
Reviewing 4.60.1214 (Nov 5, 2005)
Discjuggler uses the legendary Padus burning engine, the best known CD/DVD writting subsystem. This small, in footprint, applications not only supports virtually all available hardware, but can also use multiple burners, professional disk changers, auto loaders and robotic mastering systems.
DJ as a burning application, has more features than any other application. Using its intuitive user interface, user can easy create, copy, burn iso images, music video and data CD/DVD, RIP music in MP3, WMA, WAV, create boot CDs.
Discjuggler's has networking features, such as shared network writers, net admin console etc.
BTW did I mention that the whole application is less than 5MB in disk size? Do you hear that Nero?
Reviewing 4.50.1179 (Mar 21, 2005)
An allright prog. I give it 4 stars. I stick to blindRead/Write as it can defeat more copy protection schemes. -X
Reviewing 4.10.1140 (Sep 18, 2004)
One of the few real professional tools. Discjuggler, is targeting to people who want a powerfull application and have the knowlege to use it.
Not only creates perfect audio CDs but also has powerfull and easy to use rip feature.
Discjuggler's burning engine, PFC, supports almost all known devices, including duplication robots, firewire and usb burners.
It supports networking burning, multiple devices, user control and admin etc.
My suggestion to reviewers is simple, first learn what a program can do and then compare it with the rest.
Otherwise, keep playing with ...Nero :)
Reviewing 4.10.1140 (May 6, 2004)
I still prefer Nero for burning CD's (data, audio, etc...) and Alcohol 120% for burning images because it burns all types of images (iso, cdi, bin/cue, etc...).
Reviewing 4.10.1084 (Jul 1, 2003)
Padus Discjuggler Pro 4.01.1056
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