I've been a long time Imgburn user, since converting to Linux, I'd like to get the Linux equivalent or a better program? (I'm trying to take the 1 year challenge seriously by not installing all windows programs through wine on Linux)
Thank you gentleman. Yes, I mean CDs and DVDs. I am a firm believer that the optical media age is coming to an end; Unfortunately my family has an issue with keeping their copies of stuff I give them (Yes, we have legit keys). Like my Dad asks me for Microsoft office about every 6 months or so and I get random requests to copy old tax software so he can help our friends and family with previous year's income tax. Plus I was backing up all my legit copies of games for my Xbox 360 and I back up my blu rays so they don't get scratched. I would compress them onto a hard drive and stream them but I think the quality gets lost by doing that.
I don't have good experience with Brasero. Maybe I had bad luck with CD/DVD Burner hardware, but Brasero would often ruin my optical disks, while K3B always worked fine. It says a lot about application if I'm willing to introduce KDE libraries to my GTK based DE in order to use it :)
I never knew what all the fuss was about, when I used gtk based DEs and had a dvd drive I always had K3B, it was just the best option. Same with a lot of software. Same reason I have chrome and firefox on a qt/kde based system.