InfraRecorder 0.53

Free CD / DVD burning application
Average rating
80% - 3 votes


InfraRecorder is an example of software designed for writing information to file systems of optical discs. InfraRecorder first appeared in 2006 as a result of the author Christian'sKindahl participation in «Google Summer of Code 2006" (since then it is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license). The program is designed for CD and DVD, the latest version - 0.53 (released in early Fall 2012). Download InfraRecorder version 0.53 for free directly from our website.

InfraRecorder Program isn't actually an application developed "from scratch" for Microsoft Windows (64-bit version is also available), as it only masks most of cdrtools functionality.

  • InfraRecorder software has quite a typical feature set as most similar software products (you can download InfraRecorder for free from the link on our website);
  • writing to CD and DVD;
  • Audio CD, video DVD writing;
  • creating images of discs;
  • writing images to discs;
  • copying CDs (cloning mode available);
  • simulated burning;
  • Working with disks which provide rewriting, multi-session discs;
  • ISO and UDF file systems support;
  • the function of writing quality check


  • distributed with the installer as well as in the archive;
  • 64 -bit version for Windows is available;
  • InfraRecorder Express module is available with analogous Nero Express quick access toolbar for job entries;
  • simple and intuitive interface.
  • Disadvantages:
  • No support for burning Blu-ray and HD DVD;
  • No support for FLAC format.

In order to start burning discs, you can download InfraRecorder for free from our website right now.

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Additional Information

Age Restrictions
Tuesday, 19 June 2018
Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP
Bit Size
32 & 64 bit

InfraRecorder for Windows PC

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+1 Derek Lamberty
Provided it opens it works without a problem

2017-06-06 17:07

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+1 Derek Lamberty
InfraRecorder would open but only for a fraction of a second then it would vanish

2017-06-06 16:59

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