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 Software Recommendation - DVD burner 
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 Software Recommendation - DVD burner
I'm using an ASUS DVD burner and I currently have the Nero software for burning DVDs. Anyone have any better software or recommendations?

Thanks.


Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:21 am
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 Re: Software Recommendation - DVD burner
CDF Fan wrote:
I'm using an ASUS DVD burner and I currently have the Nero software for burning DVDs. Anyone have any better software or recommendations?

Thanks.



Roxio Easy CD Creator is good. It supports DVD burning. I used to use Nero as well and never had any problem with it.
Now I use iDVD, which is included with OS X Tiger and Leopard. It is pretty cool too, I can use Hi-Res MP4 video files as my video source for the DVD.

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Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:06 pm
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 Re: Software Recommendation - DVD burner
Thanks for the feedback!

Daimajinbob wrote:
CDF Fan wrote:
I'm using an ASUS DVD burner and I currently have the Nero software for burning DVDs. Anyone have any better software or recommendations?

Thanks.



Roxio Easy CD Creator is good. It supports DVD burning. I used to use Nero as well and never had any problem with it.
Now I use iDVD, which is included with OS X Tiger and Leopard. It is pretty cool too, I can use Hi-Res MP4 video files as my video source for the DVD.


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