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Thread: What's the best DVD/CD-RW Burning Software?

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    which is the best software for buring video onto either a DVD or CD-RW?
    i started putting video's onto CD-RW's a few weeks back but whenever i wrote the video onto the CD it won't play on my TV's DVD player so i figure i have to get a program to burn it with.

    a friend told me Nero was good but never said which version i should use & i want to make sure i get just 1 program that covers both DVD & CD-RW....can anyone help me?
    Last edited by JDrake229; 11-22-2004 at 01:30 AM.

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    tesco's Avatar woowoo
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    yes Nero is best for burning.

    tmpgenc is good for encoding the videos.


    there are giudes to burning teh videos to work with a dvd player all over the internet and on this forum as well.(in the guides section)

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    Install Nero and DVD Shrink.

    Run DVD Shrink to make your copies and burn to DVD-R or DVD+R and not RW. They will then play on your TV's DVD player.
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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    Yea, they are right,
    Nero is the best thing there is.
    It even fixed almost all of my problems burning
    Divx Movies, you could say it takes care of everything

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    which version of Nero do i need to get? 6.6 or is there another version that's better?

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    ok thanks for your help guys

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    There's nothing wrong with RW though,if your dvd player supports them.
    Just mak sure you finalize the disc after burning.
    Only then will you be able to watch it on you dvd player.

    hmm...asspie

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    i just use CD-RW's cause i'll end up buying it on DVD when it comes out(which won't be for a long while)

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    For coverting avi to DVD vso is simple and the fastest Ive tried...
    http://www.vso-software.fr/

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