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Maccwa

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Can someone please recommend a DVD burning program for me? I accidentally bought an OEM DVD burner (Pioneer DVR-116D) and it came with no software.

My head is spinning from searching the Internet. Most of the reviews and ratings I see on the most popular programs (Nero and Roxio) all say that they suck. How can that be?

I need a good, easy-to-use program with a DVD decoder (to watch DVDs) and with the ability to use my new DVD driver to burn movies, music, and data. Right now it's just a paperweight.

Thanks for any help you can give.
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rshaffer61

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There are lots of free version software out there that will do what you want.
Click Here to look at a list of free burning software. VLC is a free video player that will play most movies.
I hope this helps in your search.
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Ferrari

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Hi Maccwa,

I personally use Deepburner(the free one) which is on that list rshaffer61 recommended. The video player I use is AVS Media Player. It is free and extremely easy and basic like you requested.

Here is another list of media players on GeekstoGo, HERE

Good Luck!
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rshaffer61

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Thanks for the additions Ferrari. I just downloaded the VLC player and it seems really good.
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