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Recommendations on dvd burners?

Ghaleon

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Hi, I often used imtoo dvd creator to make dvds with but never bought it so I always had to put up with the water markers every 5 minutes or so, which got really annoying. I loved the program because you could take an .avi file or any file and just drag into it and it would do the work for you so you didn't have to go about all the manual work. I was wondering if there was a freeware program that anyone knew of that worked just like this program did and wouldn't cause a watermark. I really like imtoo products but the 35 dollar price tag is nagging at me.
 

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Just buy it. The purchased version shouldn't have a watermark.
 

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InfraRecorder or CDBurnerXP are both free and good.

I just use the free Nero software that came with my DVD burner.
 

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Thanks for the reply's. I ended up finding a software called DVDflick, it seems to work really well so far, I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
 
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