for some reason, I'm not able to find the link to this app. Found the classic vers, but nothing in OSX. Also, has anyone been using Toast Titanium w/o any hitch?? Looking to run a good burning app on the Pismo. All suggestion welcomed. Thanks.
By built in, when you insert a blank CD it should ask to see if you want to prepare it for burning. And a CD will appear on your Desktop, when you go to eject it, any files copied onto that "partition" will be burnt to the CD.
Disc Burner is built into the OS. Insert a blank, it will ask you to name it and what format you want it in. When you are done copying the files over to it, just eject it and it will ask you if you want to burn it. Alternately, go under the file menu (in OSX, special menu in os 9.1).
hmmm.... I was looking to add DB to my dock - so that I may just drag files to it. Now, what will happen if I plug my external FW burner?? Will DB just pop up? Just about to try this right now.. .Part of my complete move over to the PB. Thanks for all recs...
I think the "Disk Burner" app they are referring to is called Disk Copy, located in your Applications/Utilities folder. No need to add it to your dock, since you'll find it as a menu item in the Finder (look under File). If you're planning on burning an audio CD, you just need to fire up iTunes, create a new playlist of the tracks you want, toss in said tracks, and hit the "Burn CD" button in the top-right corner of the window.
There was no need to choose Disk Copy, if you just want to burn the file, use the Finder. Tell it to Open Finder, then drag the file to the CD image that appears on your desktop, then upon ejection it will burn. Simple, Effective (but crappy for anything else but simple backup)