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Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:20 pm
by SyLeNtTbRoWn
Hey everyone !!!
Ive been recently trying to burn some Music/ movies/ ect ... and the station im working on has dick for software... can someone suggest a good program for burning movies and music without haveing to fight a wave of crap just to get disks that wont play ???
thanks!

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:26 pm
by povinho
if you're using windows, why not using Nero?

To be honest with you, any burning client should be good. You will only have problems if you are using bad media (cd's or dvd's) or if the actual DVD burner is defective.

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:29 pm
by SyLeNtTbRoWn
I dunno usually on my own pc i can just click the "burn" function on media player and everything works just dandy music vids whatever .... i dont get it ... i'll maybe grab a copy of nero then i dunno

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:33 pm
by povinho
Just to be clear:

when you say it doesn't play, do you mean that it can't read it or that it will just not play? Could it be something to do with codecs (missing codecs)?

Have you tried installing VNC player?

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:40 pm
by SyLeNtTbRoWn
Ok for instance i burn a dvd ... any player i put it in will not play it .... and is not the disks because i use the same ones at home ... looking for effective easy to use bullitproof software that anyone can use ... ( so like a 5 year old can burn a disk) if any exist :)

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:41 pm
by SyLeNtTbRoWn
could be codecs im not sure ... just fig it was faulty software

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:53 pm
by sunnyd
My personal preference is Nero for music, movies, iso, pictures, etc. I use it for editing songs, I cross fade tracks on a CD for music, cut off the wasted time at the beginning or end of a music track etc. I have used Nero for years, it uses a lot of resources, but of any programs I tried, I always liked Nero the best. I really like how Nero allows you to edit the music if you choose to do so (remove parts, fade in ends, beginnings, splice, etc.) You can remove crackling noises, you can change volume, enhance effects, and yes, many other programs do the same, but I find Nero does a great job (better than many others) for any thing I do with it. Nero has great online help manuals also. I use Nero photoshop for pictures as well. Everything in one program, I like that. Nero does a great job also of encoding. Nero plug-in packs are all out there on p2p to be found, and you need no extra codecs other than that.

For burning DVD's, I use WINavi to convert the .avi to .vob, then burn with Nero as DVD-Video (for a single playable DVD). Many older (and some newer) players do not support burned DVD's. Players that support DivX format are the most successful. You can burn the .avi's as a single playable DVD, or as a Data DVD (get 5 or 6 on one DVD, and use your player remote to select which one).

Everyone has their own personal favorite programs of course. :)

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:14 pm
by MrFredPFL
T: from the sounds of things, i have to agree with povinho. since you have pretty much eliminated the media as the problem, i'd personally suspect the hardware. chances are a different client will not change anything - but it can't hurt to try.

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 2:25 am
by bmh67wa
Sounds like the CDROM itself might be failing. If you have another (they are pretty cheap anymore), you might want to try it.

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 3:38 pm
by SyLeNtTbRoWn
The Machine is brand new it has nothing to do with the burner itself

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:09 am
by thorsonb
For burning ISO's I use >> CDBurnerXP http://cdburnerxp.se

I think it also has features for burning MP3 cd's / Audio CD's (to play in your car)

and its................. FREE! :D

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 1:40 pm
by hybrid-god
I stopped using NERO and started using Ashampoo Burning Studio 9! Is the best IMO! :toast:

Re: Good Burning client ??? what is best ??? Suggestions??

PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 5:01 pm
by jacq222
by sunnyd » Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:53 pm

My personal preference is Nero for music, movies, iso, pictures, etc. I use it for editing songs, I cross fade tracks on a CD for music, cut off the wasted time at the beginning or end of a music track etc. I have used Nero for years, it uses a lot of resources, but of any programs I tried, I always liked Nero the best. I really like how Nero allows you to edit the music if you choose to do so (remove parts, fade in ends, beginnings, splice, etc.) You can remove crackling noises, you can change volume, enhance effects, and yes, many other programs do the same, but I find Nero does a great job (better than many others) for any thing I do with it. Nero has great online help manuals also. I use Nero photoshop for pictures as well. Everything in one program, I like that. Nero does a great job also of encoding. Nero plug-in packs are all out there on p2p to be found, and you need no extra codecs other than that.




deja-vu
am doing exactly the same thing-i stopped at nero7-was good enough,i like the winavi options menu also

just to add-some soft might not work well because of some conflict between them,there is like
an order to build yur os.also if someone is more familiar with one soft instead of another it a factor also.
also the dvd players you have at home,they are the ones deciding,like for example i have 2 different jvc
and they cant read properly anything that convertxtodvd will do.but no problem with nero.the same
with mp3 dvd-done by nero-i guess in my case my jvc dvd players took the final decision.

for codecs use the cccp package,(combine community codec package)-from audio to bluray it is rock solid.
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