Magic Burning Studio is a software program that allows you to burn data to CDs, DVDs, VCDs and SVCDs. It can be seamlessly figured out, even by less experienced users.

The interface of the application is uncomplicated and easy to navigate through. The first tab gives you the possibility of burning audio CDs, MP3 or WAV data CDs or DVDs.

So, all you have to do is use the Explorer-based layout to locate and add items to the list for burning by using the 'drag and drop' method, specify the burning speed and mode, and proceed with the burning session.

In addition, you can make the app test or eject the disc after the task is done, edit the title and artist name, as well as pick the SCSI transport mode to access the device (SPT1 or ASP1).

Another feature of Magic Burning Studio lets you rip an audio CD and save tracks to the WAV, OGG, MP3 or RAW format. On top of that, you can burn an image or data CD/DVD, grab an image from disc, and burn a DVD/VCD/SCVD. But you can also create a DVD, prepare VOB files for DVD movies, copy a disc, erase a rewritable disc, as well as record disc information.

From the 'Settings' screen, you can modify the default temporary path, make Magic Burning Studio automatically run at system boot and to update files when it starts, as well as modify the default SCSI transport mode.

The application runs on a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, includes user documentation and finishes a burning session in reasonable time, depending on the size of your files. It didn't cause us any problems during our tests, such as freezing, crashing or popping up error dialogs. All in all, Magic Burning Studio is a very good tool for burning discs.