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CloneCD 5.3.4.0

CloneCD is made by Redfox that is tool to create backup copies of music and data CDs.  CloneCD is awarded for its GUI, it allows to copy any CD easy without need of any master degree.

CloneCD allows to create 1:1 copies of original compact discs. CloneCD music CD also work in your car audio.

Features of CloneCD:

  • Uses RAW-Mode
  • Creates working 1:1 copies onto CD-Rs and CD-RWs
  • Amplifies weak sectors with selected CD writers
  • Emulates weak sectors with all CD writers
  • Works with CD-ROMs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs
  • Writes Audio CDs that conform to Redbook standard
  • Tray-icon allows control over functional usage of inserted media
  • Copies from CD/DVD drives, hard-drive or virtual drives
  • Intuitive user-interface, making it easy for novices
  • Rich selection of preset options via default profiles
  • Advanced options for expert users
  • Stable, fast and does not require an ASPI driver
  • Professional technical support and customer care
  • New: Copies DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM
  • New: Supports DVD split file image formats, this format works with FAT32 partitions and is Compatible with Virtual CloneDrive
  • New: Supports ISO and UDF formats created by other applications (e.g., Nero, DVD2One, DVDShrink or CloneDVD)
  • New: Copies CDs/DVDs which are violating fair-use rights.

Download the Software (CloneCD 5.3.4.0):

File Name: SetupCloneCD.exe
Software Name: CloneCD
Version: 5.3.4.0
Developer: RedFox
File Size: 1.8 MB
Official Link: https://www.redfox.bz/

Download CloneCD 5.3.4.0

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