Figure 102 The simple to use yet extremely powerful Gnome Baker

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Using GnomeBaker, you can quickly create both Audio and Data CDs, as well as writing data to DVDs. It has support for many of the different formats, including smaller 200MB CDs, right up to 8.5GB DVDs.

X-CD-Roast

X-CD-Roast, shown in Figure 10.3, is a standalone CD and DVD creator provided with Ubuntu, but is not installed by default. When installed using synaptic, it can be found in the Sound and Video menu as X-CD-Roast, or it can be launched from the command line, like this:

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