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    Recommendations on DVD burning software

    I have DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink and they are both good programs. But they are also quite dated. I am wondering whether there is any other similar or better DVD burning Free Ware available on line that I should be looking into.

    Thanks in advance
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    DVDFab.

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    Good suggestion but...

    Thanks Petard, but I am under the impression that DVDFab is Shareware that either stops working after 30 days or only burns 20% of the DVD. I tried Clone DVD and 1 Click DVD and both these have a limited use feature attached to it which prevents full usage.

    Is DVDFAB freeware????? and if so are there any limitations to it, as I am looking for freeware only.

    Thanks again
    Halder

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    DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink are only dated in the DVD protection department (need other tools) , other than that they're still tops at everything else.

    I would add ImgBurn along with them.

    For an all in one solution try StarBurn The commercial version cost $500.00, the FREE version is free and does everything the commercial version does except over the network options. StarBurn doesn't shrink (use DVD Shrink) but it does a nice job of splitting DVD9 into 2 DVD's. Its also beat all the protected DVD's I own

    I use DVD Shrink and ImgBurn with AnyDVD. I could easily use StarBurn instead.
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    Thanks FastGame, I'm going to try both Starburn and ImgBurn.
    Halder

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    DVDFab is worth the price. $39US for the Gold version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petard View Post
    DVDFab is worth the price. $39US for the Gold version.
    I agree, its worth every penny

    I am wondering whether there is any other similar or better DVD burning Free Ware
    Burning DVD is only one phase of DVD backup, for burning, free or paid, ImgBurn is the best and its free. Its also not limited to DVD....

    Ripping DVD and protection removal is another phase of backup. The free choices that I've used are...

    DVD43 running in the background while using DVD Shrink. DVD43 has been known to cause problems for some people.

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    As petard suggest DVDfab with one exception, the ripping/decryption part of DVDFab is free, DVDFab HD Decrypter 4.0.6.2. After the rip you can use Shrink & ImgBurn.

    Of the two DVDFab HD Decrypter 4.0.6.2 is without question the best, had I not of won a free AnyDVD I would use the DVDFab HD Decrypter.

    I'm not going to provide links (legal reasons), people can find those on their own

    BTW, don't forget StarBurn

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    Which DVDs does DVDShrink/DeCryptor fail at?

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    I second IMGburn as a great burning tool.

    DVD Decrypter/DVD Shrink and IMGBurn are all I've needed so far.

    All freeware too, Which is great.

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