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I know, that beating Nero in this field is very difficult. I have looked through best software listed in wiki, also checked the related posts here and here: most of the software either allows you to create ISO image and/or burn the existing image. However I am interested in the following flow:

  1. Import previous session
  2. Add/rename/remove files and directories
  3. Burn new session

UltraISO is very good in (1) and (2). But it cannot append a disk with new session. InfraRecorder/CDBurnerXP can do (1) (2) (3) but:

  • InfraRecorder crashes when trying to import some Nero sessions
  • CDBurnerXP does not allow to move files in previous session to another directories.

Is anybody here happy with any other free software?

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Free meaning... – Hello71 Jun 6 '10 at 1:13
    
pdvd+rw-tools](fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/tools/win32) Not posting as answer because a 2006 dated crosscompiled CLI tool may be too weird for a regular Windows user ;) But it is really free (Hello71!). – whitequark Jun 6 '10 at 1:38
    
Free meaning FOSS or "no money". – Hello71 Jun 6 '10 at 16:09
    
Nero, I guess. Which is not free. :) – Shiki Feb 14 '12 at 23:55