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Which is the best DVD burning software?

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by picosa922, Jan 9, 2006.

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  1. picosa922

    picosa922 Thread Starter

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    Hello all, I'm looking to burn some old dvd's into new blank dvd+r discs and I was wondering if any of you had any suggestions about which is the best software for burning/ripping? It does not matter if I have to purchase it or get it free, however I do want something that's effective and that will not give me a lot of problems. A friend suggested DVDFAB. Any how drop me a line and please let me know. Thanks!
     
  2. ohheck

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    nero.
     
  3. ZEUS_GB

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    Nero is probably the most popular.
    Deepburner and CDBurnerXP Pro are both quite good and are free.
    I would stay clear of Roxio's products for the time being because the newer versions of their software is very bloated and makes your PC crawl.

    Notice to Roxio stop making bloated software and get it to work as well as version 5 did!
     
  4. JohnWill

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    For ripping music CD's I use CDEX, and for burning, I have Nero.
     
  5. ZEUS_GB

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    Audiograbber is a very good CD ripper and it's freeware.
     
  6. JohnWill

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    Note that we don't offer advice on copying copy protected media like commercial DVD movies. Just thought I'd mention that before the thread morphs into forbidden ground. :)
     
  7. Mulderator

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    Do you just want to copy the DVD from the old disc to the new one? Because the "best" really depends on what you want to do. As an example, if you want to just burn, then NERO is fine, but if want to do any sort of editing (adding transitions, as an example), I wouldn't recommend NERO even though you can do it with the later versions of that program. There are much better video editing programs.
     
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