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What software do I use to burn a movie

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by Annch, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. Annch

    Annch Guest

    I am new at burning movies.What is the best software to use?
     
  2. LaxNasty

    LaxNasty Member

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    Nero 7 is what I use. It is quite good.
     
  3. Annch

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    It keeps telling me my movies are wrong format
     
  4. sorrow93

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    I agree with LaxNasty Nero 7 is a world leading burning program.
    if you are dealing with copy-protection at all then Clone Dvd 2 along with the essential partner Any Dvd are pretty great.
    Nero will not burn copy-protected discs at all and it will tell you.
    if you get more into burning the afterdawn guides are essential if you are being told your movies are wrong format - post a thread reply with the format and someone can guide you.
    for example if the format is DivX you might need a little software to convert that format for proper dvd play.
    movies come in all sorts of formats and file types.
    it is not hard to convert them for play in a standard-dvd-player
    cheers
     
  5. Annch

    Annch Guest

    I have been using Power producer 3..Is this good or bad? I burnt perhaps 12 movies without a problem and now I have tried a few new releases and it just won't let me
     
  6. Annch

    Annch Guest

    Where do I find passwords?
     
  7. sorrow93

    sorrow93 Regular member

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    @Annch
    not sure what you mean with the password question but many afterdawn members would recommend investing in Clone + Any Dvd for the latest releases you can even download a 21-day free trial and test them for yourself (tiny files even on dial-up less than 2-3 mb)
    if you need more help post back
    cheers
    the SlySoft official website can be found with a google search.
    Clone Dvd 2
    Any Dvd (this runs in the background to break protection)

     
  8. Shardel

    Shardel Guest

    If you are new at backing up movies, use the search feature and look
    at RipIt4Me. It uses a combination of 4 free programs-DVD Decrypter,
    FixVTS, Shrink, and Imgburn. There are some really great guides for
    using it in the guides section.
    This is probably the easiest way for a newbie to backup up movies.
    You can then decide if you want to purchase some other available
    programs.
     
  9. Annch

    Annch Guest

    Thank you so much..I am having problem with the rar files..I can't extract them..i use winrar and winzip...any advice
     

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