With Z-DataBurn you can burn whole directory structures or backup archives, for transport, backup or archiving, to CD, DVD or Blu-Ray.
The program has an easy-to-use user interface and can additionally be controlled with command-line parameters. This allows scheduled backups using the Windows Task Scheduler or our program Z-Cron.
Z-DataBurn can be used as a extension module for Z-DBackup or as stand-alone program for data burning and backups to CD, DVD or Blu-Ray.
Backup to Blu-ray and DVD
Blu-ray and DVD burners are optimal for small, portable backups or copies of important data. DVD-RAM and Blu-rays have hardened surfaces and are more scratch resistant than normal DVDs or CDs. The limited storage capacity compared to other portable mediums like tapes makes them unsuitable for large backups. Therefore, a different backup strategy is necessary when using DVDs or Blu-Rays as the main backup medium.
Z-DataBurn offers a complete command-line interface for professional users and for use in batch processing tasks. This allows Z-DataBurn to be integrated into workflows of third party programs and scripts.
The program supports all common Blu-Ray, DVD and CD burners (IDE, SATA (IDE emulation mode & AHCI mode), SCSI, USB, and Firewire), from the year 1998 or newer.
Windows Server 2019, 2016, 2012(R2), SBS 2011, 2008(R2)
Z-DataBurn is an ideal tool for everyone who wants to backup data quickly and easily to CD, DVD or Blu-Ray.
When using Z-DataBurn as an add-on module in combination with Z-DBackup you benefit from the powerful backup options of Z-DBackup.
All prices include VAT.
Integrated self managed Backup Sets
Volume per Backup
only depending on the medium
Burn to CD-R, CD-RW
Burn to DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM
Burn to Blu-Ray (BD-R, BD-R DL, BD-RE, BD-RE DL)
Quick Burn without saving selected files and settings
Burn ISO files
Supported file systems: ISO9660/Joliet, ISO9660/UDF, UDF 1.50, UDF 2.50
Data verification after burning including CRC32 check
Complete and secure erase of RW/RE/RAM media
Scheduled backups using the Windows Task Planer or Z-Cron
Command line interface