TrueDisc Burns Damage-Resistant Optical Discs
Posted Mar 7, 2007

TrueDisc introduced TrueDisc for Mac OS X today: the world's only archival-quality optical format. Files burned to disc with TrueDisc can sustain disc damage as high as 90% and still restore the original file.

"TrueDisc is the easiest, safest way to archive important files, photos, music, or any other data." said Erich Ocean, TrueDisc's founder. "With TrueDisc, you get the best possible data protection for your most important files."

TrueDisc burns standard files to CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, and DVD+R Double Layer in a special damage-resistant format. These files, called "master copies", can be read back off the disc by the TrueDisc software. If disc damage prevents some of the file from being read, TrueDisc automatically uses patent-pending algorithms to reconstruct the missing data. This allows TrueDisc to restore the original file even when the disc is damaged due to age or abuse.

TrueDisc is priced at $89, but is available for a limited time at a special introductory price of $52.

TrueDisc can be downloaded and purchased at and requires Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later.