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Old Sep 14, 2004, 03:00 PM
steamtrain steamtrain is offline
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what is a good burning softwear to buy, nero,stomp,prassi,cloner, can anyone help me ? what is a good type and why, i have a pioneer dvd- dvdr-105 thanks for any help
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Old Sep 27, 2004, 06:28 PM
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[b]cloner Is Goood, Nero Sucks!!!![/b]
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Old Nov 12, 2004, 11:45 AM
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[b]cloner Is Goood, Nero Sucks!!!![/b]
What planet are you on m8, nero is the biz.
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Old Nov 20, 2004, 12:20 AM
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CloneDVD is a great and easy to use piece of software. As long as you don't mind sheep. They have a free download and a free trial period. It works after you rip the DVD files to VOB. I think it is a lot easier for new users to use than other products. I remember my early days just as frustrated as you with figuring out how to burn DVDís. While you donít state what type of equipment you currently possess I have determined a pretty sure fire way to seamlessly burn DVDís. It is a process meaning there is more than one step but it has worked well for me. I use two programs both available on the net. First, I use DVDDecrypter to strip the VOB files out of a DVD. VOB stands for DVD Video Object essentially a streaming MPEG-2. I then use DVD Clone to reconstruct the VOB files. The whole process takes about 28 minutes. What you are left with is a comparable product without the foreign subtitles. There is some compression taking place but I have only run into one movie that wouldnít burn into a useable copy. I then place my masters on the shelf and use my copies for day to day viewing. I have a four year old who has broken several of my disks so this is a helpful process for me. I use a DVD ĖR and I have a DVD Rom as well in my system. I am running a 3.0ghz Pentium 4 processor over clocked to 3.7 GHZ and 512 MB ram. I also have a 250 GB 7200RPM hard drive. If your system is slower than your times might be longer. Further, VOB files average 4.7 GB and if you donít have enough room on your hard drive, your Virtual memory will suffer slowing your system down even more so be sure you have enough space on your hard drive before starting.

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Old Dec 15, 2006, 11:56 AM
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GO,GO, NERO

GO,GO, NERO

Use nero man bcoz it never waste ur media if u r working in the right way.
bcoz it can make multisession disc
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