- StarBurn Software
- StarBurn FAQ
- Is one allowed to use the free version of StarBurn in the office (commercial company)?
- What's the difference between TAO, SAO and DAO?
Is one allowed to use the free version of StarBurn in the office (commercial company)?
Yes. You may install an unlimited number of copies.
What's the difference between TAO, SAO and DAO?
Disc-at-once (DAO) writes the entire CD in one pass, possibly writing multiple tracks. The entire burn must complete without interruption, and no further information may be added.
Track-at-once (TAO) allows the writes to be done in multiple passes. There is a minimum track length of 300 blocks (600K for typical data CDs), and a maximum of 99 tracks per disc, as well as a slight additional overhead associated with stopping and restarting the laser. SAO (session-at-once) recording gives you disc-at-once control over the gaps between tracks, but allows you to leave the disc open.