Brasero 0.5.1 review

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Brasero is yet another application to burn discs for the gnome desktop

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
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Developer: Philippe Rouquier
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Brasero is yet another application to burn discs for the gnome desktop. Brasero project is designed to be as simple as possible and has some unique features to enable users to create their discs easily and quickly.

Here are some key features of "Brasero":
burn data and audio discs
copy data and audio discs
erase rewritable discs
allows full editing of data discs (remove/move/rename files inside a directory, ...) as well as audio discs
preview of songs and films
can use any file from the network (samba, ftp, ...) as long as the protocol is supported by gnome-vfs
full drag and drop (including from nautilus)
search through files thanks to beagle
file change notification thanks to inotify
convert any audio file format supported by gstreamer
use gdl for a customizable interface
search, parse and display of playlists
detects discs through Hal

a fairly new kernel (>= 2.6.13 because of inotify)
gnome 2.12.x (gnome-vfs, nautilus-cd-burner, totem, gstreamer)
beagle (>= 0.12)
Hal (>= 0.50)

What's New in This Release:
Some GUI improvements (2 patches from Luca Feretti closing #374710 #374677)
Fixed burn icons (added 16x16)
Fixed crash when removing a file whose name is being edited
Fixed file descriptor leak
Many fixes for DVD+RW size/content detection
Fixes/improvements for blanking DVD+-RW, now allow to use quick option
Add pmount to potentially (u)mount volumes
Allow arbitrary images to be written to discs
Improved DVD Video compatibility
Fixed CD-TEXT not being written if mode isn't on the fly
Retrieve the label from the last session (if any) and use it in burn dialog
Fixed crasher when unmounting a disc
Fixed build without totem

Updated translations Polish, Japanese, Swedish

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