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    Burn dvd/cd's
    Hi

    is there any free programs out there for burning discs?
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    Idvd works good, but is slow.
    I like Handbrake

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    What about a cd burning program. I've just down-loaded disc burn but haven't used it yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zyepod View Post
    What about a cd burning program.
    What do you need to do that you can't do with OS X(Finder)?

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    For burning music or mp3 cds for your cd player, iTunes is the easiest way to go. To burn files on to a cd, insert your blank disk, drag the files you want on to it, then double click the cd icon and press the burn button in the corner of the window that comes up. You can also use the File > Burn Disc command. This also works for burning data Dvds. For burning movie discs for your dvd player, I've only used iDVD. It may not be very fast, but for me it always works, and it's super easy to throw together a dvd menu.

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    What every one else has mentioned are good ideas, however, I'd highly recommend Roxio's Toast 7 Titanium.. You can burn anything with it.

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    Ok I put my items in a Burn folder and hit the burn button. Everything worked as it should. I did have to load up the burn folder and then insert the blank disc though. I had one in while loading up my burn folder and it kept asking me to insert a blank disc.

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