Recommend a DVD Burning s/w?

Discussion in 'Third Party Products' started by funguy, Jun 27, 2007.

  1. funguy

    funguy Active Member

    I would like to get recommendations for a DVD burning s/w. Would like to buy one shortly, and would want it to work with Shrink.

    Thanks in advance.

    FG
     
  2. customshopkv1

    customshopkv1 Well-Known Member

    Image Burn, Nero, CloneDVD
     
  3. sneakers

    sneakers Well-Known Member

  4. linx05

    linx05 Well-Known Member

    Agreed. ImgBurn is the most trust worthy out there. I wouldn't use anything else.
     
  5. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    It's all I've been using to burn for a few months now. I own CopyToDVD, Nero, and a few others but I've found that IMGBurn is the most consistent burning software.
     
  6. Rich86

    Rich86 Well-Known Member

    Burning Software

    I mostly use Roxio's EMC8 Suite for burning optical media these days - with consistently excellent results. But I agree with others who are advocating ImgBurn if you are only interested in burning video DVD's using the output of DVDShrink - ImgBurn is an awesome program and works very well alongside DVDShrink.
     
  7. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Eh?? Why not burn data discs with it? I do it all the time...
     
  8. linx05

    linx05 Well-Known Member

    Soon (if I read correctly) LIGHTNING UK! will impliment audio cd burning.
     
  9. chen2

    chen2 New Member

    ImgBurn is very useful. I have used for a long time. :)
     
  10. Rich86

    Rich86 Well-Known Member

    I've been using the Adaptec - then Roxio - now Sonic - Easy CD Creator programs since version 3 (now up to 9, although I still use 8 mostly). It is a very comprehensive and powerful suite, that I am used to using for most anything. It isn't a perfect set of programs (but what extensive suite of programs is these days) - but I know how to deal with its weaknesses, flaws and/or odd behaviors, so I stick with it.
     
  11. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Fair enough. :) For those that don't have Sonic, IMGBurn is a very good program to make data cd/DVD's, as well as Video DVD's.
     
  12. gwr12

    gwr12 New Member

    I've been using and have been happy with 1click dvd for some time now .
     
  13. garyleegm007

    garyleegm007 Member

    imgburn?

    ImgBurn supports a wide range of image file formats - including BIN, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI.
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    I just took this off their site...and somehow I have missed this topic...what is it you folks are doing? burning iso files?
    I personally have only used avi files, and yes I paid for the software I use,...AoA....but I have never used iso..or those other formats I never heard of.

    maybe I am too used to doing things my way because it's all I have known?
     
  14. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    I don't know about the rest of them, but, I use IMGBurn to burn just about everything. Data, DVD, ISO images, etc. Works great for me.
     
  15. creeper6996

    creeper6996 Well-Known Member

    Even though no one's mentioned it yet, I love DVD Decrypter. With AnyDVD on the fly, DVD Decrypter and Shrink are my choices. I do all the new releases with no problem. Well, besides Sony stuff, and for that, I recommend CloneDVD2 100%.
     
  16. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    There's no need for DVD Decrypter. IMGBurn is made by the same guy. :) When used with AnyDVD, IMGBurn functions just as well if not better than DVD Decrypter. Use IMGBurn read mode to make an ISO, use IMGBurn's write mode to write it out. Good to go.
     
  17. linx05

    linx05 Well-Known Member

    Sshhhhh be careful with what you say ;)
     
  18. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Just because I got AnyDVD blacklisted for ONE little program...jeesh. :D
     
  19. customshopkv1

    customshopkv1 Well-Known Member

    Is that for dual layered backups?
     
  20. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Or for single layer originals, as well. Yes, you're not modifying anything at all...no compression, no removal of content. It's a 1:1 backup minus the CSS protection.