View Poll Results: Which do you use for DVD burning?

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  • Ner0

    8 27.59%
  • ImgBurn

    13 44.83%
  • Poxi0

    0 0%
  • DVD Decrypter

    4 13.79%
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Thread: Ner0 or ImgBurn?

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    Default Ner0 or ImgBurn?

    Thought it would be nice to get a general idea

    had a bad burning experience with nero recently
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    you missspelled ner0, is your cpu fast enough?
    Last edited by blutach; 29 May 2006 at 12:53 PM

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    ded I? i hud n0u ideya
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    you should have made it (can choose more than one)
    still can't get imgburn to copy on the fly

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    well i use both too, but ImgBurn for important ones. i only ever use ner0 when i need to burn an authored dvd folder and don't have time to create an image. maybe question should be changed to "which do you primarily use for dvd burning?"
    Last edited by blutach; 29 May 2006 at 12:53 PM
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    where are all the users of roxio? I wanna hear from some of them.
    If you use these forums you will not have to face that...
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    other,

    I use nero vision express alot and cpu is way up there, imgburn is still in unsistence to me so I still use dvdd to burn

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    ImgBurn is my main program now.


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    I vote for Imgburn as it is the only one I use to burn.

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    imgburn is still in unsistence
    I do agree with NightTran about ImgBurn's burning inconsistency (ex: burn DVD > reject with error, close and restart ImgBurn again, and then the DVD burn goes smoothly without error). DVD Decrypter has never failed buring DVD on me before

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbryant
    I do agree with NightTran about ImgBurn's burning inconsistency (ex: burn DVD > reject with error, close and restart ImgBurn again, and then the DVD burn goes smoothly without error). DVD Decrypter has never failed buring DVD on me before

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    I mean it burn fine with me but the qua. scan is up and down all over the place not like dvdd if it good quality media it will be all good or all bad if bad medias

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    I went with ImgBurn. I used to be a diehard Nero Burning ROM user. I just rarely use Nero anymore. I only use it for Audio CD's.

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    i use both. this is the second time i type this and hope it is the last as i get that friggin "server is too busy" crap again. ner0 mostly.
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    I mainly use VSO's CopyToDVD and IMG Burn on my main desktop and Nero and IMGBurn on my other PC.
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