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Burning with Roxio after using shrink

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by TBaGZ, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. TBaGZ

    TBaGZ Member

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    I had a demo version of Nero that I was using to burn my backups after using shrink but it expired. I do have Roxio, is there a way to burn the backups with it like I was with Nero??
     
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    TBaGZ,
    Welcome to the forum. D/L the software 7thsinger suggested and then create an Iso file when you use Shrink and then burn the Iso file using ImgBurn
     
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    I second, go with 7thsinger's advice.
     
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    Imgburn will do the trick, but if you have Roxio, why not use it. As stated, have shrink create an ISO image file and save it to your hard drive. When shrink is done, close the application and got to where the ISO image file is stored, right-click on it and choose OPEN. Roxio should automatically open/run with the correct window/app displayed for burning the image file to DVD.
     
  6. TBaGZ

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    Thanks for the advice and the welcome... I will give it a try and also give imgburn a look :)
     
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    Why use Imgburn?

    1) Very stable ( IMHO the most stable burning program out there )
    2) Very versitile
    3) Very free
    4) Did I mention Free?
     

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