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Old 10-23-2007, 02:47 PM   #1
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Default Which software is better for burning Dvds and Cds?

Can someone tell me which software is better for burning Dvds and Cds Nero or Roxio. If someone knows a better burning software could you please post it. I have heard that Ashampoo was good but when I tried it I couldn't get it to burn my dvds.
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Default Re: Which software is better for burning Dvds and Cds?

I can say that Nero and Roxy are pretty similar with the features they offer and the quality of burn you get. I've only burned CDs through those two programs, and I don't really have a preference per se, but I have stuck with Nero for a little while now. Windows Media Player isn't that bad, but other features aren't available or readily available like the other two listed.
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Old 10-23-2007, 03:15 PM   #3
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Default Re: Which software is better for burning Dvds and Cds?

Can anyone else please help me out. Thanks
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nero all the way everytime
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Default Re: Which software is better for burning Dvds and Cds?

I use Nero personally, and it's great. I used Roxio once, and didn't like the interface as much.
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Nero is the best, but Alcohol 120 is good for ripping
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Nero seems to work the best.
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Nero is the best EVER!
It does everything in a nice all in one suite, DVD/CD burning and editing, and a lot more, I use it everyday.
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