CharisMac has upgraded its CD-mastering software, Discribe, to
version 2.57, adding drag-&-drop capabilities and the ability to burn
bootable CDs.

Users can now create data or audio CDs in a variety of formats, by
dragging files, folders, audio tracks or entire volumes over the
Discribe interface.

The company recently announced support for ATAPI (Attachment
Packet Interface) CD-R and CD-RW devices. The latest G3 line of
Macs includes the ATAPI bus architecture, so that Mac owners can
use the ATAPI devices previously sold in the PC arena. CharisMac
claims it is the first company to produce ATAPI-compliant
CD-mastering software for the Mac.

Discribe is available directly from CharisMac for $100 and upgrades
cost $39.