CD/DVD Burning Software

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  1. n8chavez

    n8chavez Registered Member

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    I literally have tried everything...CDXPburnerpro, CDRTFE (CDRTools) Nero, DeepBurner, etc. I think Nero is bloatware to the extreme (a la symantec) plus it is very expensive. I have been using CDRTFE and liked that but recently it started burning coaster, in fact every disc I tried burning (20+). I have a licence for DeepBurner Pto, but it do not support double-layer burning, and it is quite large also. So if you have any suggestions on small yet capable apps, I'd be glad to hear them. I am thinking of either Cheeta DVD Burner or Sateira.
     
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    You mentioned it - CDBurner XP Pro.
    Mrk
     
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    I am a fan of CloneCD for copy discs and writting image files like ISO's.
     
  4. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    I must say I managed to ruin one of my burners using CloneCD...
    Mrk
     
  5. Blackcat

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    I found Nero 7 far too buggy and have switched to ONES.

    So far so good!
     
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    My favorite is Ashampoo Burning Studio
     
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    I'm not really looking for DVD copy software; I have DVD Cloner III. But thanks for the suggestions. I'm actually looking for a general purpose burning app.



    Blackcat...This looks interesting. Does in support Double-Layer?
     
  9. Sputnik

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    Yes the Ashampoo Burning Studio is my burner if choise as well. The new version 6 is more then complete, but yet 9.5mb to download. Go compare that with most competitors.

    I've tried ONES too, but it gave problems with my burner. It caused lots of buffer-underruns (they got catched up by my burner, so the disks didn't fail, but it slowed the burning process though).
     
  10. <DreamCatcher>

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    I really like Roxio, it does most things and i've never had any problems with it,
    Ashampoo Burning Studio is also good.

    @Blackcat thanks for the link
     
  11. lifehacker

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    My favorite would have to be Alcohol120. CloneCd and CloneDVD are also really good.
     
  12. Arin

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    Nero is not what it used to be, specially after that bug in mp3pro.dll. So I
    changed to Ashampoo Burning Studio 6 & found it very efficient. If you are
    looking for small yet capable CD burner then you can try CDRWin which is
    not developed anymore. But its worth a look. Cheeta is OK but I'll recommend
    Ashampoo.

    NTI is also good but going the Nero way.
     
  13. n8chavez

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    I am very close to purchasing ONES, I think. But, I still have one question that I need answered before I do that I hope someone can help me with. Does ONES support creating bootable discs? If so how? How do I direct ONES to the bootable image (img, bin, etc.)?
     
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