|Wanna bake some!... :)|
With it you can ...
*. Blank RW disks.
*. Create audio CDs.
*. Copy data and audio cds to your HDD.
*. Multisession support.
*. Make disk images (.iso).
*. Convert various audio files and make audio cds (to do that you'll have to install proprietary codes and encoders as well).
*. Once installed automatically Integrate with Nautilus file manager.
These are just a few to name. But please be aware of the fact that Gnome baker project is kinda freeze-d these days (no updates since 2008 .. yikes!) and has its limitations such as no UDF support for instance.
But as I said before, it does come in handy sometimes when other burning applications fail and I recommend it to be used as a "rescue" tool rather than using it to replace your current burning utility. So if you use Ubuntu, then issue the below command to install it ...
sudo apt-get install gnomebaker