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CD/DVD Burning Program?


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manu08

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I need a good cd/dvd burning program.
I've got two computers, on one I have a cd-writer & burn mainly audio & data cds. On the other I have a dvd-writer & burn audio cds, data cds/dvds & video dvds. For video dvds the format of the video on the computer that is to be burnt to dvd is usually avi. Both computers are running Windows XP.
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Steve Soleimani

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Hello manu08,

One program that can be used for almost any media related creations like burning, ripping, etc. is Nero. You can follow this link and test this program for free. You can also use RecordNow! to burn audio files. But I recommend Nero because I use it for all my burning and ripping needs.
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manu08

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Nero is the best is it?
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Steve Soleimani

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To most people, I think so, I use it all the time. You can try the program for free with the link I provided.
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Troy

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Another good burning program is CDBurnerXP Pro. You can check it out here

Read up and see if it takes your fancy.

Oh, and it's free :whistling:

Cheers.
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Nero is the best is it?

yeah, in the past i'd tried lots of burners and i'm totally agree with Steve, nero is absolutely the best and easiest in use (to me anyway).
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