DVD Creator/Burner without bloat of nero?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Coolio10, Nov 15, 2008.

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  1. Coolio10

    Coolio10 Registered Member

    OK, i tried nero because i remember in version 6 or 7 it wasn't bloated and had many features. But i tried the latest version and its just too bloated with extra services and not registering formats properly. I also hate the new interface, its confusing.

    What comes close to nero's dvd making abilities?

    I plan on making a DVD with a video, song, and powerpoint presentation. I am sure i will probably need a converter for the powerpoint but if you know of a burner that supports powerpoint it would be helpful.

    Or if you know of a better way of combining these things please mention.
  2. emperordarius

    emperordarius Registered Member

    Why don't you install Nero only with the features that you want?
  3. Franklin

    Franklin Registered Member

  4. Coolio10

    Coolio10 Registered Member

    Still don't like its interface and services.
  5. nightfox

    nightfox Registered Member

    If you`re looking for a good burning software i can recommend "CD BurnerXP" from http://cdburnerxp.se/

    I did try out the new Nero 9 and i must say i was positively suprised with it, didn`t like the version 8 which felt very slow but this new one is definitely alot better:thumb:
  6. virtumonde

    virtumonde Registered Member

    Hmm.I experienced the oposite.And there ware some butterflies or something like that when you run the program.Not to mention that you need net framework 3.5 for all the features.

    Coolio10 you can try vso convert x .They have a 30day trial.I don't use it but i read some good reviews about the program.
  7. emperordarius

    emperordarius Registered Member

    Me too, it is exactly like Nero 8 but with improved "media"(aka completely unreleated to the actual burning) features.

    Yeah, bad move. But why rewrite everything in a .NET language? That wouldn't aid in performance nor in system requirements. I can't believe they couldn't find some C++ programmers.
  8. bigbuck

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  10. nightfox

    nightfox Registered Member

    First of all, it`s not like you have to install all the features in the Nero package, when you install the app for the first time you have the possibilty to strip down the features to whatever you want. Personally, i wouldn`t dream about installing the hole package, that`s like 2Gb or something:D
    In my case, i picked "BurningROM" and a couple of other features i needed for burning basically.

    And as for the butterflies you mentioned, that`s just a little eye candy to look at, i kinda like it myself:cool:
  11. HAN

    HAN Registered Member

  12. Arup

    Arup Guest

    ImgBurn and InfraBurner, two best lightweight apps, the later being fully x64 for x64 OS.
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