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best burning software for windows

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by fatazzcav, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. fatazzcav

    fatazzcav Guest

    what is the best burning software for windows xp systems? thanks
     
  2. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    Hee Hee, another one of those opinion threads where users argue about which is the best one to use...........LOL..............

    Anyway, my 2 cents is you will not go wrong with Recordnow Deluxe Suite from http://www.sonic.com

    Simple burning proggy that does exactly what it says on the label, no hassle, simple GUI, and generally just install via the options without playing around with settings......

    No bells and whistles like Nero I'm afraid.............
     
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    The best DVD burning software I have used is DVD X Copy. However, this is no good for brand new DVD because the new ones have special encryption on them which X Copy cant break. In this case I use a combination of free programs. DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink.
     
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    95% of the time I use DVD X Copy Xpress. You get very good quality copies and it's the fastest i've seen. Some newer dvds were giving me trouble lately ,then I ran Anydvd and now no problems
     
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    It truly depends on what you are looking for, ease, speed, quality control, etc. Are you looking for a complete 1 to 1 back up of a DVD9 to a DVD5 or just the movie itself?

    Mention here what you are looking for and we'll answer it with the right info. :)

    Thanks
     
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    Exactly correct, we are assuming that you maybe talking about DVD Video, but could be generic.

    Still Recordnow has my vote for all round burning.............
     

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