Discussion in 'DVDR' started by fluffyd, Apr 5, 2005.
What is the best burning software for dvd's that is easy enough to use.
Try DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter, both free. There are excellent guides available at
You can also download trial version of AnyDVD and Clone DVD2 from Slysoft.com these are also very good.
Are you asking stricktly about burning software? Or do you mean to say software for backing up original DVD's?
I am thinking about picking up dvd burner but want to know which software would be best for converting and burning dvd movies. I have some DVD's that are cracking and would like to make new copies of them before they are completely ruined. As well as would like to improve my video library like everyone else on here.
Thanks for all help
As was mentioned above, Shrink and Decrypter if you want reliable free software. If you plan on spending some cash I would still recommend Shrink and Decrypter but add AnyDVD (aprox. $30.00). These should fix ya up.
I like the $59 combo of AnyDVD and CloneDVD 2
CCE all the way!
If you want the best Quality go with
Nero or other Burning program
The EASY way out with good results
AnyDVD & CloneDVD2
The FREE Way with good results
The easy way out and still pretty darn close to Cinema Craft Encoder would be InterVideo's DVDCopy3 and AnyDVD. That combo produces better quality than CloneDVD2 and AnyDVD.
Everybody is correct.
Free and easy: dvd shrink and dvdd. May need anydvd.
anydvd and clone dvd2.
anydvd and copy dvd3. 2nd best IMO.
RB/CCE basic. Will need dvdd or other utility to rip to hdd. May need anydvd. Very simple after set up. Best of the bunch.
Everybody wants the easy way out!
DVD Rebuilder gets better with each new version and is worth checking out.There are even a couple of free encoders you can use with it to test it with.
CinemaCraft Encoder is top of the line in my book!
Thanks for everyones responses you are all pretty consistant with the software names so that is where I will start.
Separate names with a comma.