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DVD Burner Software that works with Window-7

by kdasgupta / June 9, 2009 12:58 AM PDT

Please suggest me a DVD Burning software that works with Window-7 (RC). Thanks.

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Windows 7...
by John.Wilkinson / June 9, 2009 1:05 AM PDT

Windows 7, like Windows Vista, includes the ability to burn DVDs natively, without third-party software. Just insert a recordable DVD and drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste files to it, then click the Burn to Disc button when ready.

Hope this helps,
John

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(NT) but will it do isos?
by Steven Haninger / June 9, 2009 1:36 AM PDT
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YES!
by John.Wilkinson / June 9, 2009 2:39 AM PDT
In reply to: but will it do isos?

In fact, Windows 7 adds the ability to burn ISOs natively...just double-click one and the ISO-burning wizard launches automatically. Happy

John

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DVD Burner Software that works with Window-7
by kdasgupta / June 9, 2009 2:01 AM PDT
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John, Thanks.

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How do I burn at 20x???
by nuentes / June 11, 2009 12:39 AM PDT
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I have a burner that is certified at 20x for DVDs. I burned several discs yesterday, and Windows Explorer told me 16x was the max for that drive. Is there a separate program I need to use in order to be able to overclock the burning, to reach the drives full potential?

Thanks!

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Don't hijack.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 11, 2009 2:54 AM PDT

This is kdasgupta's discsussion so start a new discussion if you want to start a new topic.

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Didn't think I was hijacking...
by nuentes / June 11, 2009 3:42 AM PDT
In reply to: Don't hijack.

I too, am looking for DVD burning software. Seemed like a related question... albeit just slightly more specific.

Plus, it seemed like the discussion had mostly been resolved... so if I WAS hijacking, it was like hijacking a plane that had already landed...

Regardless, sorry kdasgupta

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There is a second issue.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 11, 2009 5:07 AM PDT

Your posts will land on another page and be buried.

Just start your own new post to avoid this and the other issues.
Bob

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You do not...
by John.Wilkinson / June 11, 2009 5:05 AM PDT

That is a hardware limitation, not a software limitation, and it is not as simple as overclocking a CPU. Rather, you would need to find or develop your own firmware for that specific model of optical drive and live with an early demise of the drive. On the other hand, a new drive can be found for $20.


John

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But Windows 7 native DVD burner messed up the A/V mix
by whitemj3 / May 23, 2010 2:34 AM PDT
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I tried using the Windows DVD Maker software native to the Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS and it totally screwed up the audio/video timing on my longer movie files.

I had created mpg files from home movies using ShowBiz DVD 2. I created 3 movies, 1st is 2min long of video only, 2nd is 7min long of video only, and 3rd is 45min long of video and stills mixed with music. The mpg files play fine on multiple PCs of Windows 7 and XP.

When I use Windows DVD Maker to burn them on a playable DVD, the two shorter movies seem okay, but the longer movie quickly loses sync between the audio and video. The sync gets gradually worse and ends about 20sec out of sync.

Any suggestions?

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I'd try DVD FLICK next.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 23, 2010 2:49 AM PDT

There are discussion forums flooded with lip sync and sync discussions. Forgive me as I avoid that discussion.
Bob

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Just titles.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 9, 2009 1:47 AM PDT
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These seem to work still.
by kdasgupta / June 9, 2009 1:58 AM PDT
In reply to: Just titles.

Thanks.

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Native is nice.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 9, 2009 5:45 AM PDT

But over the years I've seen Microsoft loose interest in the native burning support or it fails later never to reveal why it did. These titles are items I've used many times and when I did my Windows 7 RC testing you bet I reached for the familiar titles.
Bob

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any that works with vista
by ramarc / June 10, 2009 9:45 AM PDT

i use the "ancient" nero 7.

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dvd burner
by stokefudge / March 20, 2010 6:29 PM PDT

please could you tell which dvd burner to download for windows 7 that is 100% free, many thxs

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: DVD Burner Software that works with Window-7
by beejayaus7 / May 23, 2010 9:41 AM PDT

I use DVDFAB on Windows 7 and have had no trouble at all.

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