As someone who has to burn media on a regular basis, I'm often seeking a tool packed with features I need to burn professional media, but enables me to burn the discs with the minimum of fuss. The professional mastering applications are full of options and can easily lead to a master being rejected by a disc duplicator. Some of the more simplistic applications lack features such being able to work with DVD media as they do not ship with the MPEG-2 codec.
Disco 1.03 is a commercial disc burning tool for your Mac that's designed with simplicity in mind. However, some of the more important features are not included, such as support for external Blu-ray drives, the ability to create a video DVD and so on. However, it's both reasonably priced and good value, so if you just want to burn data to a disc, quickly, it may be a solution.
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