Xfburn to Burn CDs, DVDs, or BluRays, ISO images | Create Audio CDs, ISO images

Xfburn to Burn CDs, DVDs, or BluRays, ISO images | Create Audio CDs, ISO images

Xfburn is a simple CD/DVD/Blu-Ray support, large file support (iso9660 level 3) burning tool based on libburnia libraries.
It can blank CD/DVD(-RW)s/Blu-Ray, burn and create iso images, audio CDs, as well as burn personal compositions of data to either CD or DVD. It Is stable.
It’s in the Xfce Desktop Environment but you can use anywhere.

Currently implemented is:
Create data compositions
Burn to CD, DVD, or BluRay (BD)
Create ISO images
Burn ISO images
Create and burn audio CDs
Blank discs
Format and deformat DVD-RW discs

Audio CD support details

Included are two transcoders: basic, which just passes through uncompressed
wav data, and gst (gstreamer), which can decode any audio file for which a
gstreamer plugin is present.

The basic transcoder:

Only CD-quality, uncompressed (PCM) Wave files can be added to an audio
compilation. Use i.e.  your favority audio player with a disc writer output
mode / plugin to decompress your existing audio files. If .wav files are added
to the compilation, their headers get checked to make sure they are of the
right format. Note that this check is not very well tested (in particular it’s
not likely to work on big-endian machines like PowerPC). It does not require
any external libraries

The gst transcoder:

Based on the gstreamer library, it can decode pretty much any audio content,
as long as you have the appropriate plugins installed. Note that by default
most distributions do _not_ install these plugins. But a simple search for
gstreamer plugins in your package manager should quickly allow you to install
them.

You can at startup switch between the transcoders, see the command line help
for more information.

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How to Install Xfburn on Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, Elementary Os and other Ubuntu based Distros

Launch a terminal window (ctrl+alt+t), and type the code (you can copy – paste the code):

sudo apt-get install xfburn

or

sudo apt install xfburn

To install with Ubuntu Software Center click here

How to Install Xfburn on Fedora

Launch a terminal window and type the code (you can copy – paste the code):

sudo dnf install xfburn

or

sudo yum install xfburn

 

You can also install Xfburn to other Linux distros from Software Center or source code Gentoo, ArchLinux, Foresight Linux, Suse etc… Check this page

5 thoughts on “Xfburn to Burn CDs, DVDs, or BluRays, ISO images | Create Audio CDs, ISO images

  • November 15, 2017 at 02:16
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    Xfburn doesn’t seem to burn BD-RE; doesnt seem to even recognize them…

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  • December 23, 2017 at 06:49
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    I can’t burn Blu Ray disks. It says “no multisession disk supported” (in spanish) or something like that

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    • December 23, 2017 at 10:49
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      hi Gabriel; The older your Blu-ray disc will work. Newer Blu-ray discs use BD+ encryption, older ones used the more easily bypassed AACS encryption. Newer B.r. discs also blacklist some of the known keys used to play older BR discs in this way. If you have a very new disc, you may not get it to play at all. Install VLC and Blu-ray support on Ubuntu.

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  • April 25, 2018 at 18:27
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    Problem with Blu-Ray .ISO making, after adding disc files, program saying “Problem to play in older players”, after making .ISO files, anyone player dosed have it playing this file, look like error or something, trying to selecting 50Gb file, problem not sold! Using windows to create this dame file.

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  • April 25, 2018 at 23:55
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    I really want to try by myself but I don’t have Blu-ray now. Sorry for that.

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