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oosal
The best software for authoring????
on May 1, 2003 at 8:37:37 pm

What is the best,easiest and most profesional DVD authoring program for pC on the market?


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Michael Autery
Re: The best software for authoring????
on May 1, 2003 at 9:56:53 pm

The Best: that would depend of what your are looking for in a DVD Authoring software, and what functions you would need.

As well as how much money you want to spend, and how large your project is.


The Easiest: probably a $50-$100 program
Sonic MyDVD
Ulead DVDMF
Dazzle DVD Complete

Most Profesional: Sonic Scenarist, ReelDVD

(IMO)



Best Regards
Michael Autery
http://www.EzDVDAdvisor.com
EzDVDAdvisor.com DVD Product Developers Community


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newguy
Re: The best software for authoring????
on May 2, 2003 at 6:57:48 pm

Hi,
unfortunately, "best" and easiest don't go together :)


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Mitch_Videoguys
Re: The best software for authoring????
on May 8, 2003 at 4:04:41 pm

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krogers
Re: The best software for authoring????
on Oct 10, 2005 at 3:50:07 am

I use Roxio Media Creator 7.5.......I'm very pleased with the results I get from it........ Razz


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leftnotracks
Re: The best software for authoring????
on Oct 21, 2005 at 7:20:59 pm

krogers: I use Roxio Media Creator 7.5.......I'm very pleased with the results I get from it........ Razz
I'ved up to version 6, and I hate it. I just found out that it burned 8 coasters, without giving an error message during the burn or verify phases.

The one I'm using is called Easy Media Creator, but should more properly be referred to as Humungous-Pain-In-The-Ass Media Destroyer.

I am now seeking a program this isn't totally crap. By far my primary use is burning data disks from Windows 2000. Reliability and stability are far and away the primary features. Speed is next. Ease of use is after that.

I wish Roxio made Toast for Windows. Actually, I wish someone other than Roxio made Toast for Mac.


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