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does antone know where i can find some free dvd burning software, that isnt a trial?
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Your best bet would be CDBurnerXP which can be found here

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As for video burning, DVD Flick: http://www.dvdflick.net/
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Cheers Broni never heard of that one :) although CDBurnerXP use to do the lot for me :)
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Thank you both :) and im going to use both of them.
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I use CDBurnerXP a lot, but unfortunately, it won't burn movie DVDs, thus DVDFlick as a free option.
Overall, after trying tons of movie burning programs, I settled down for ConvertXtoDvd. Not free, but I'm very happy with it.
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Yeah, sometimes software is worth buying. however, i found my drivers disc with Nero on it, so it does the job now :)
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I use CDBurnerXP a lot, but unfortunately, it won't burn movie DVDs, thus DVDFlick as a free option.
Overall, after trying tons of movie burning programs, I settled down for ConvertXtoDvd. Not free, but I'm very happy with it.


Hello Broni

I do have a question regarding the above post. It says on their site it does dvd's. Are you meaning just dvd discs (for data) or for iso's that the user has purchased? I think its the iso part.

Edited by wizzy2k5, 19 February 2009 - 01:02 PM.

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Which program are you asking about?
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The CDBurnerXP as it says on their site it does do dvd's.

Are you meaning just dvd discs (for data) or for iso's that the user has purchased? I think its the iso part.
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These are the options:

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My mistake Broni as its not been my day :) I think I have just clicked on what you mean by movie dvd's :) propper dvd films etc.... :) I know it will take dvd's for data backup :) sorry for the mis-understanding :)
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No problem :)
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