The Last CD/DVD Burning Guide You'll Ever Need

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big_montana

My personal favorite is still Alcohol 120%, it is not free but for $57 you get lifetime updatesand it can burn music, game and movie DVD's (unless it uses css protection, althouygh older versions could). I also like the ability to create a backup image and than mount the image instead of running from the original disk.

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rlopez

You forgot another good one, Infrarecorder. http://infrarecorder.org/

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Scootiep

Ahh good ol Imgburn, been installed on my comp's since Jan. 2006. FYI, you guys really do a top notch job on these software reviews/how-to's. Much appreciated.

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BookemDano

I prefer a program like 123 Copy DVD, with all the bogus blank media out there, 123 will give you a media error if you bought some bad disks.  I am leary whenever a store has a great deal on blank media because it really is a roll of the dice.  I am partial to a program like 123 also for their tech support, not knocking the freeware programs, but if something needs updated, etc, you spend more time trying to figure it out. Just my 2 cents.

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ItsNeverEnoughPower

They forgot two other programs Any DVD and Clone DVD they work great and are easy to use

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Sina

anydvd & clonedvd are shareware.

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Sina

max pc, you forgot 2 popular programs:

official nero 9 lite (free)

burnaware free

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JDorfler

Infrarecorder (http://infrarecorder.org) is a good, barebones burner that I like in Windows.  However, I do enjoy Brasero for Linux.

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b3ar

I am attempting to remaster the sound files on an old movie my friends and I made in high school, way back when. I've ripped the audio from the disk into separate .wav files and will tinker with them with Audigy as best I can.

How can I reintegrate them into the video files once I'm done?

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hiawg

I have a TV Tuner that records MPEG-2 files. What should I use to burn these files to a DVD or Blu-Ray. I do not need menus or any thing fancy. Thanks for any help!

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