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ImgBurn query worth it?

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by sorrow93, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. sorrow93

    sorrow93 Regular member

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    would it be worthwhile downloading the latest ImgBurn software?
    the current programs on my PC are Clone + Any / Dvd decrypter /DVD Shrink 3.2 and of course Nero 7 premium but the clone + any +decrypter + shrink are obviously out of date... will ImgBurn have any advantages over the others or would it just be overkill?
    I don't download a great deal of warez so I wanted the afterdawn opinions
    one more thing I trust it would have to be clean and spyware free from the afterdawn and official sites.
    my main purpose would be for backup and ripping and perhaps the occasional protected title.
     
  2. sorrow93

    sorrow93 Regular member

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    I just did some research it seems ImgBurn is what the exact name suggests could anyone recommend any other free dvd authoring programs?
    perhaps RipIt4Me might be worth it.
    just looking for software that has some punch like Any + Clone with the free and clean option.
    any suggestions would be welcome also perhaps an idea of the size/mb because I am still on dial-up

     
  3. onya

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    ImgBurn, is a fine alternative to nero. It is free of any nasties, and will give no problems. Ripit is another great tool to have in your backup arsenal. Get it HERE. File size for img is around 1.5mb and the zip for ripit is around 170kb.
     
  4. Shardel

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    I have dial-up too. I have downloaded RipIt4Me, DVD Decrypter, FixVTS,Shrink, Imgburn. If you have Netscape after you open it
    you should minimize it to your task bar and open your Internet
    Explorer then do the downloads. I also run AnyDVD and Nero. So
    far I have had no problems with conflicts. You do have to shut off
    AnyDVD before running rip it for me.
    None of the downloads took over 6 min. They were well worth the
    time.
    On the most difficult videos I have been running DVD Decrypter with
    AnyDVD in the background. Then I process the files through FixVTS.
    After that I process the files with Shrink to an ISO and then burn
    with Imgburn. It's really easy after you get comfortable with using
    those programs. There are some really tremendous guides on Afterdawn
    that walk you through the process.
     
  5. sorrow93

    sorrow93 Regular member

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    thankyou Onya and Shardel looks like I'll be downloading some good programs.
    surprises me how compact the software is.
    thankyou for the advice it's what I was after (cheers)
     

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