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  • Top Burning Software, Suggestion?

    I was deciding between nero11 and roxio2012, but besides all those all in one software, I am looking for something that hits the spot and gets the job done burning wise.

    Any suggestions?

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    Well, if you want just to burn something, and don't want to get all those aio software I suggest imgburn, its lightweight, free and have lots of features, from a simple burn (cd, dvd, bluray) to more complex things like queue images if you have two drives. Give it a try, its free.
    pd. You can install just the nero burning rom and leave all the extras behind too.

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    • #3
      NERO LITE... any edition :)

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      • #4
        Imgburn or/and CDBurnerXP

        Than Nero, I prefer ImgBurn anytime :)

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        • #5
          imgburn is nice and simple, plus it free

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          • #6
            Roxio is definitely awesome. Especially if your burning Blu-Rays. I think it has 3d Blu-ray capability now.

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            • #7
              AshampooŽ Burning Studio 11
              Version 11.0.4, 2012/01/19

              AshampooŽ Burning Studio 11 - Overview

              It's great

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              • #8
                As others mentioned, I'd go with IMGBurn as it really is the jack of all trades!
                I have burned many many Xbox360 games with it and it has always been very good, no coasters whatsoever.

                Guess it's the number one tool for anyone looking to burn images etc.

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                • #9
                  Another vote for ImgBurn and it's free too.

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                  • #10
                    Nero by Far the best.

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                    • #11
                      DVD Flick is Amazing for burning Standard definition DVDs. All you gotta do is plug your video file in (almost any format) and it burns a dvd that works in any dvd player. Its also very lightweight. I recommend this to anyone who burns dvds.

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                      • #12
                        i've never had a problem with toast.

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                        • #13
                          i use nero 11, and i think is a very good program

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Takito View Post
                            i use nero 11, and i think is a very good program
                            sorry, but i would recommend to anyone to stay away from nero. It once was a good program back in the old days, but today its like a big whale loaded with tons of useless features, additional applications and other crap. I dont use it at all anymore.
                            There are much better freeware tools out there, like for example IMGBurn :)

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                            • #15
                              CDBurnerXP. Sleek, simple and nevertheless Free!

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