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A disc burning application for GNOME
Bonfire is yet another application to burn discs for the gnome desktop. It is designed to be as simple as possible and has some unique features to enable users to create their discs easily and quickly. Features:
- burn / copy / erase data and audio discs (big surprise)
- allow full editing of data discs (remove/move/rename files inside a directory added to the selection) as well as audio discs
- a customisable GUI (when used with GDL)
- a search widget based on beagle
- file change notification (requires kernel > 2.6.13)
- Drag and Drop from nautilus and others apps
- support any song format supported by gstreamer
- a song and film previewer (thanks to Gstreamer) (to be extended later)
- the ability to use files on a network as long as the protocol is handled by gnome-vfs
- the display of all playlists and their contents (automatically detected through beagle)
- devices detection thanks to HAL
released on 14 July 2006
12 July 2006
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|Required to use||gnome 2.12.x (gnome-vfs|
|Required to use||Hal >= 0.50|
|Required to use||kernel >= 2.6.13|
|Weak prerequisite||GDL >= 0.6 (optional)|
|Required to use||nautilus-cd-burner|
|Required to use||totem)|
|Required to use||gstreamer >=0.8.0|
|Required to use||beagle >= 0.12|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 16 April 2018.
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