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h2de5
post Jan 20 2013, 11:09
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Hi Guys.

Ive found these forums very helpful. Ive found the best ripping programs, tagging files program + more.

Now i would to know, what is the best, MOST reliable burning program?

i have nero 9 as its the default program on my computer. But i want to know what is the industry standard ?

thanks
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Dynamic
post Jan 22 2013, 17:06
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Nowadays multi-core CPUs are commonplace, so for processing, only one core is required to burn audio CDs.

Heavy disk access is likely to be the main danger, and even that needn't be too awkward if the 700 or 800 MB of data is stored in RAM, which nowadays is often 2GB even on fairly low-end machines (though some are still 1GB).

I've done maybe 20 to 30 audio CDs (mainly via fb2k's foo_burninate onto Taiyo Yuden CD-Rs) and a few DVDs also on my 2011 laptop with Turion Dual Core and 4GB memory and rarely stopped using my PC. I've not had a single failed burn, despite even accessing MPEG-2 (DVB-T) video from my disk yesterday before I realised that the re-Encoding of my videos to fit on DVD had finally completed and the Burning was nearly complete.

My system had even become somewhat corrupted and slowed down earlier this year (I've just clean-reinstalled Windows 7 within the last month) and still behaved itself when burning audio CDs.

(BTW, if you want to check your results, you could re-rip in EAC, in Burst Mode say, and check the CRCs against the ISO image)

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- h2de5   best cd burning program?   Jan 20 2013, 11:09
- - Rollin   For me it's ImgBurn   Jan 20 2013, 12:02
- - Debby747   Once you have familiarised with its workflow, ImgB...   Jan 20 2013, 13:33
- - eahm   ImgBurn is good but I mostly use and suggest Burna...   Jan 20 2013, 20:38
- - jkauff   ImgBurn is a great program, but it's oriented ...   Jan 20 2013, 20:54
- - greynol   QUOTE (h2de5 @ Jan 20 2013, 02:09) MOST r...   Jan 20 2013, 21:42
|- - h2de5   QUOTE (greynol @ Jan 20 2013, 21:42) QUOT...   Jan 21 2013, 12:30
- - Engelsstaub   I currently use XLD for burning CDDA and Burn for ...   Jan 20 2013, 21:54
- - h2de5   i used to think every burning program was the same...   Jan 21 2013, 12:16
|- - Debby747   QUOTE (h2de5 @ Jan 21 2013, 12:16) its ju...   Jan 21 2013, 12:30
- - h2de5   also do these programs keep all the tags with the ...   Jan 21 2013, 12:34
|- - jensend   Yes, most CD writing programs these days support C...   Jan 21 2013, 17:04
|- - db1989   QUOTE (jensend @ Jan 21 2013, 16:04) Some...   Jan 21 2013, 17:07
|- - jensend   ofc. s/ISO/bin+cue/ .   Jan 21 2013, 17:43
- - h2de5   yeah i will be using a company for bruning and pri...   Jan 21 2013, 23:47
- - eahm   h2de5 you will ask forever if you never try them. ...   Jan 21 2013, 23:57
|- - h2de5   thanks for the advice. sorry for my ignornace, bu...   Jan 22 2013, 01:43
|- - h2de5   QUOTE (eahm @ Jan 21 2013, 23:57) They ar...   Jan 22 2013, 01:48
- - h2de5   one last question before closing thread. When i a...   Jan 22 2013, 15:43
- - db1989   That would only be a potential problem if your com...   Jan 22 2013, 15:47
- - yourlord   I compile kernels and burn cd's at the same ti...   Jan 22 2013, 17:03
- - Dynamic   Nowadays multi-core CPUs are commonplace, so for p...   Jan 22 2013, 17:06
- - jensend   In some ways the weak links in this process are th...   Jan 22 2013, 17:33


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