quinta-feira, 3 de junho de 2010

Virtual CD

Virtual CD
Virtualize your CDs, DVD, HD DVDs and Blu-ray Discs and get the fastest possible access to your data, both locally and over the network
Virtual CD creates images of your optical media, so you can use them at any time without having the physical medium on hand. Your data is available exactly as if the medium was in the drive, without the disadvantages attendant, for example, on network shares. The images created can be stored on a server to enable simultaneous access by multiple users. When creating an image, you have the option of selecting the level of compression and, if desired, even encryption. You get maximum availability of your data, while lost, damaged and stolen media become a thing of the past.

Here is a brief overview of the new features:

  • Certified for Windows 7
  • Completely revised user interface
  • Support for Blu-ray and HD DVD
  • Optimized readout functions for broader compatibility
  • Data safe mode
  • Sound file mode
  • Direct burning functions
  • Direct drive access through desktop icons

Private users

  • No need to change discs manually
  • Up to 23 media simultaneously accessible – unlimited number on the hard drive
  • Faster launch and load times – up to 200 x CD speed
  • Original media protected from loss and damage
  • Conserves laptop battery power
  • Ideal complement to netbooks and other subnotebooks without optical drives
  • Simultaneous access, even in private networks


  • Centralized media library
  • Easy-to-use access controls for all media and users, including usage statistics (with VCD NMS)
  • Fast and easy content serving over the entire network
  • Optimized price structure compared to hardware-based solutions
  • High scalability – up to several thousand users
  • Easy to create individually adapted client setups that enable only specified features

more info @http://www.virtualcd-online.com

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