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Discussion in 'General Software' started by dunnleed08, Dec 31, 2005.

  1. dunnleed08 New Member

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    dvd burning software...experiences...bad software..good software...any ideas maybe...anything at all...?
     
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    i like nero
     
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    Do Either Of You Ever Attempt Dvd R Double Layer Burns With Nero...?

    I Have A Lite-on Drive...and It Always Fails The Dl Burn With Nero(with Is A Very Expensive Failure, By The Way)....I'M THINKING I MAY HAVE A BAD BURNER..POSSIBLY?..IT ALWAYS WORKS WITH STANDARD BURNS
     
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    is it for movies or just file archiving?
     
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    Movies...most Dvd Movies Are About 6.5 To 7 Gigs....a Dblayre Disk Is 8.5 And A Standard Is Only 4.5
     
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    /uses Nero for DVD burning, CD-R burning and backing up

    Does what it says on the tin with no fuss and no dramas.
     
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    u could try CloneDVD
     
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    go here for all the info you need, click on the basics on the left side menu
    http://www.doom9.org/

    by the way...NEVER use nero for dvd movies, it does a horrible job....only use nero for file archiving:cool:
     
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    The best way of copying a DVD is to use 'Dvd shrink.' You need to have some burning software installed (like nero) just for the burning part, but dvdshrink does an awsome job!

    You get to keep all the menus, and the video quality is very hard to tell apart from the original.
     
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    dvd shrink + nero = the shit
     
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    dvd shrink + dvd decrypter is even better.........decrypter deep reads the source disc a lot better;)
     
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    any particular dvd decriptor types i should use...?
     
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    personally i prefer not to use dvd decrypter, as it doesn't compress the DVD, so you will need to run the image that it creates through dvd shrink, and it starts getting complicated and taking a long time.

    I just stick with dvd shrink! it kicks ass! :D
     
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    :rockout: dvd decrypter
     
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    lol tony, at least try dvd shrink to see what your missing =P
     
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    oh i have tried them all i know you have resize the file to get it on the disc i use to use roxio and do it that why but that shit takes ver your computer like norton that was a waste of 60 bucks
     
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    lol, yeah!

    Norton is so tempermental. It works well while it's working, but when it f**ks up, it usually means a whole reinstallation of XP!

    I use Nero 7 for all cd burning and it's awsome! it only sucks when your trying to copy a game with some decent copyright crap on it, but then i just let Clone CD take over!
     
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    nero 6 for cd's
    dvd decryptor/dvd shrink depending on the dvd/encryption
    game cloner for xbox games
     
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    i've been experimenting with dvd43(a cheap copywright decryptor) and 1click dvd copy..(prog ""borrowed"" from limewire"====dvd in disc drive=press one button=does everything for you perfectly
     
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