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Are there plans to make a Mac version of ImgBurn?

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I am a Windows power user and have been since 2000. ImgBurn's a great tool to have. I currently have 180 DVDs across 10 sets, all complete series of TV shows. Without it, I would not have the convenience of enjoying what's on them in VLC media player without having to insert the disc with the particular episode I would like to watch each and every time, and I can rest assured I'll still have what I paid good money for if the discs should get lost, stolen or become unplayable. For the past nine months, I've been considering getting a Mac which my highly socially liberal cousin from Avon-by-the-Sea, New Jersey believes I would love. I have much preferred Windows because I believe Windows power users give more attention to the inside of a computer, while Apple fanboys give more attention to the outside of a computer. I am eager to know if there are any plans for ImgBurn to be compatible with Macs. If that were to come out today, it would make sense for it to only work on OS X 10.11 "El Capitan" since Apple has been in the tradition of giving every Mac free OS upgrades for as long as its hardware supports it. Macs may no longer come with DVD drives built in, but there are still plenty of Mac users who play DVDs on their Macs by means of a USB drive.

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