Originally posted by Gar I prefer DVD Shrink + DVD Decrypter over anything else, but thats just my opinion.
In fact you don't really even need DVD Decrypter anymore, but I still use it cuz I rip alot of DVD's at a time before I ever start burning them and its more convenient for me that way.
Can't give up DVD Decrypter!!!!!
It's still my choice for copying a non-protected DVD-5 disc.
Just rip an image in the ISO mode then write the image in the ISO mode.
I particularly enjoy the fact that I can rip from a DVD R/RW at 12X-13X from my DVD-ROM drive without the rip-speed limitations normally associated with ripping from a recordable (DVD-5) disc.
would i be able to take a home movie and burn to dvd with one of those prog. i use my ati tvwonder to capture video i also have a few divx movies i would like to put on dvd. my wife wants to hook the vcr up to it and transfer all the kids vhs tapes over to dvd that was my selling point to her
Originally posted by meat322 i have nero but all i see listed is minidvd will i need to reinstall nero when i put the new burner in
That would depend on which version of Nero you have. Older versions of Nero may not recognize newer writers. If the writer was not around when that version of Nero was conceived then the writer would not be listed in the program's detection database. A newer version may be required.
Most burners are shipped with some kind of pre-mastering software. The three most popular are:
Originally posted by Nemesys Don't get confused!!!!
My post was in response to the question and not to your post.
It just so happened that we were responding at the same time and you posted before I did.
Whoops, my bad../removes foot from mouth
Originally posted by rhettro DVDshrink gets my vote.
DVD Shrink is great for what it is, but it won't do what meat322 is looking for.
meat322, Im not sure of any good, free apps that will do what you want. AVI2DVD might do what you want, but from my experiences it sure isn't easy to configure and takes a handful of other freeware apps to do all the things you are going to want it to do.
Im not sure if there is a nice, neat program like NeoDVD that does it all by itself and is free....
Also while your looking for tips on how to do this stuff, check out the guide section over at Doom9, they have an excellent variety of guides which is where I learned alot about burning DVD's etc.
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