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2009/07/19 13:59:00 (permalink)
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Best DVD burning software

I was just about to instal Nero as I've used it before and it's pretty easy but tends to send the audio out of sync if doing avi s.....for me anyway
 
Isd there a better one, quicker to transcode and burn etc?
 
What do you use?
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:00:43 (permalink)
    Are you burning DivX Files straight on to dvd?
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:02:00 (permalink)
    yes....well, I think it's an AVI file?
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:31:49 (permalink)
    anybody there?
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:31:51 (permalink)
    I would recommend ConvertXtoDVD

    A lot simplier than any Nero software I have used
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:33:34 (permalink)
    but it burns everything? like nero?
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:46:26 (permalink)
    Is your Dix X up to date on your machine......?





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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 14:58:03 (permalink)
    Personally i use Nero - but clearly if you are having problems it's best to pick a couple of alternatives and try them to see what gives you the best results. Since what works best for somebody else may not be right for you.

    Awesome pic, but Tony you're not doing yourself many favours posting up tips on preventing the gag reflex and then a picture of a guy touching his toes - Ak
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:00:27 (permalink)
    Trying to think of whats free thats actually good.
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:01:56 (permalink)
    Lucutis

    Is your Dix X up to date on your machine......?

     
    How do I know that? I installed Divx last week so should be
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:04:02 (permalink)
    Ahhh Neb you c.unt i just read that Nero has filters which are most likely causing this problem. Which Nero do you have?





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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:04:28 (permalink)
    http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html followed by
     
    http://trial.alcohol-soft.com/ Which I bought
     
    I also use
     
    Winavi
     
    And Xilisoft Dvd creator which is slow but is a pretty good converter and keeps the Audio in sync
    post edited by Baird - 2009/07/19 15:09:01
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:11:09 (permalink)
    I think it's nero 9.

    Can alcohol burn avi files then? I use it for bin and cue stuff I think
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:17:10 (permalink)
    Not that I am aware of. I tend to convert Avi-dvd using either Winavi or Xilisoft and then I use Dvd Shrink to convert it to ISO and then I use Alcohol to burn it.

    Takes around 40 mins in total.

    Does the PS3 play Avi/Divx files?
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:27:44 (permalink)
    Do you convert AVI files to watch on a DVD player?

    May be worth buying a DIVX compatible DVD player if so, you can get them for £20 in the supermarket. You also can get models with a USB port so you just stick the files on a flash drive and watch without ever burning to disc.

    Awesome pic, but Tony you're not doing yourself many favours posting up tips on preventing the gag reflex and then a picture of a guy touching his toes - Ak
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:29:55 (permalink)
    Does the PS3 play Avi/Divx files?

     
    Dunno LOL
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:30:25 (permalink)
    I convert them to watch on my 360 or Ps3. But I only convert the films worth keeping.

    I spend more time backing up kids films I have bought as my daughter seems to like naffing the original discs up.
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:30:44 (permalink)
    You also can get models with a USB port so you just stick the files on a flash drive and watch without ever burning to disc.

     
    That would be ideal!
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:43:01 (permalink)
    You could try one of these.

    http://www.comet.co.uk/...uct/529982/TOSHIBA-SD490

    I've found some of the cheaper models that you can get for less than £30 to be a little more picky about what they play in general - but one or two i have used would play anything you throw at them.

    Awesome pic, but Tony you're not doing yourself many favours posting up tips on preventing the gag reflex and then a picture of a guy touching his toes - Ak
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    Re:Best DVD burning software 2009/07/19 15:50:56 (permalink)
    is that one that will accept a flash?
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