What is the best software for burning

WHAT IS THE BEST BURNING SOFTWARE


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#1
Though i personally prefer nero,but i want to know is there any other software which can compete nero in any way?i am asking user review from all of you.
 


#3
For burning ISO images and verification, nothing is better in my opinion than the free app called: ImgBurn. Powerful, small footprint and easy to configure.

For all around burning and such, for a free app the program CDBurnerXP It has a lot of features and a user-friendly GUI.

For an excellent paid program with a lot of features, plus you can use it on a trial basis for 30 days, is Ashampoo Burning Studio 10

I used to be a big user and fan of NERO, but these days it's nothing but bloatware. What used to be an excellent small footprint program has gotten huge and unwieldy.
 


#4
Nero is perfect for creation of data and multimedia disks. UltraISO complements Nero when it comes to editting boot disks. Daemon Tools and Alcohol 120% can compete with Nero in emulating and copying disks.


I would not forget about Microsoft Windows explorer, which also allows to create disks. : )
 


bassfisher6522

Essential Member
#5
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kemical

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#6
Hey Bassfisher! Glad you found it useful.. :)
 


Captain Jack

Extraordinary Member
#7
Nero is perfect for creation of data and multimedia disks. UltraISO complements Nero when it comes to editting boot disks. Daemon Tools and Alcohol 120% can compete with Nero in emulating and copying disks.


I would not forget about Microsoft Windows explorer, which also allows to create disks. : )
+1 ... I would recommend NERO as well
 


#8
I like this product (Nero),it takes care of all my viewing needs. Very easy to use and user friendly.
 


Highwayman

Extraordinary Member
#9
Nero all the way, although I prefer the bare essentials "Burning Rom", the rest of the bundle is rubbish I don't need.
 


stevepdp

Honorable Member
#10
I'm using InfraRecorder over here, it's a free and open-source alternative to all of the above recommendations.

It's a nice solution for most typical user requirements, and it feels quite similar to some of the earlier Nero builds.

Download page.
 


#11
Nero all the way, although I prefer the bare essentials "Burning Rom", the rest of the bundle is rubbish I don't need.
When installing from the Pro package, it's possible to only install the basic Burning Rom software and to leave out all the rippers, strippers, etc.

I use Nero exclusively when building my Utility CD's that I take with me on service calls. Their Drag N Drop way of building a disk is remarkably easy.
But if I want to create a quick ISO of a CD/DVD or burn an ISO I've just downloaded, I rely on "ImgBurn". It's remarkably quick and easy to use. And, did I mention .... it's FREE!

As for Nero, I seem to be stuck on version 8 Lite.

OT
 


#12
ImgBurn, 3 MB slim when installed, what I use - all I need is there and it works fine!
 


#13
I'm using InfraRecorder over here, it's a free and open-source alternative to all of the above recommendations.

It's a nice solution for most typical user requirements, and it feels quite similar to some of the earlier Nero builds.

Download page.
I have heard many good things about InfraRecorder. There are plenty of great CD/DVD burning applications available to choose from, many just as good as if not better than NERO.
 


#14
Tried IR 64 before - very simple software! Failed on my system..could not even erase a R/W DVD! I guess this software can't handle SATA burners.
 


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