ImgBurn can also burn data or audio directly to optical media and create DVD and Blu-ray video discs. Its latest release, version 2.5, brings a number of bug fixes and feature additions – such as an 'Advanced' Build mode interface where you can now create any disc/image layout you want and rename files/folders as and when required.
ImgBurn is freeware, works on Windows and Linux (using Wine), and it also made our “Top applications to install after a fresh OS installation” list. Alternatively, if you are a Nero fan then you might be interested in a stripped-down free version of the popular burning software; just make sure to select “Install Nero without the Ask Toolbar” option during installation if you don't want it on your system.
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