- Is one allowed to use the free version of StarBurn in the office (commercial company)?
- What's the difference between TAO, SAO and DAO?
Yes. You may install an unlimited number of copies.
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.