Image Burning Programs?

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  1. B_Think_Kink

    B_Think_Kink New Member

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    Frick! I have programs to burn cds, dvds, write protect disks, make data disks, img burning, back up disks, and make movies.... But I don't have one for backing up images and random files. Anyone have any names of good ones? The one I would normally use for data disks wont work.. so if anyone can suggest a good one I'll remove some of these programs I never use and replace it with one I will use.
     
  2. IntoxicatingToxin

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    I always just saved the setup files for each program onto a CD...
     
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    Set up files? I want to back up digital pictures and clean out my hard drive.
     
  4. IntoxicatingToxin

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    Ah, sorry... umm... I don't know, I always just used whatever my computer came with. Roxio, Nero, Sonic...
     
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    I use DeepBurner, the free version, and it will back up any data type that you want. I'm not quite sure what you're asking for though...
     
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    I'll try Roxio, I have Sonic and that's the program that isn't working. Thanks ;)
     
  7. Mr. Snakey

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    Nero is the best for Music, Movies, Photos etc. You can make A Data disc using Windows media player. You can burn movies and pics this way too. I can burn over 6 hours of video on one disc. A Data disc will hold thousands of pics. I burned over 2oo MP3's on one Data disc. Do a search Nero is great.
     
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    Will do. Thanks :)
     
  9. Mr. Snakey

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    The amount of storage space on one DVD is amazing data wise. Try The Windows Media player for data disc. If you have Xp or Vista and a DVD burner it should do it. Allways get rid of Programs you arent using.
     
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    to burn a data disc I always just use the windows explorer, or if it's a .iso I have to use nero. In windows you just pop in a clean cd(or dvd) and drag your files over to that folder and click burn. In vista it's built into every explorer window.
     
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    Yes. I burn on the slowest speed. It takes about 12 minutes to burn 6 movies in perfect quality on one disc.
     
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    I use "RecordNow" on my home PC as that's what came with it. At work though I only use Nero.

    Yonkers.
     
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    I've only ever used Nero to edit music and video files. I shall try and use it for this sort of thing now. Up until now I'd also just burned the images I wanted to save straight to the disc from my pictures file.
     
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    I think i might be confused on what you guys are saying when you say "image"...Are you talking about files such as JPEG's or ISO's?
     
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    I am (about JPEGs). I can't be 100% sure about the others though.:biggrin:
     
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    TK, I'm not really sure if you are talking about making archive disks or just ordinary backups...

    If it's just a direct backup, any CD-burning software should work. If you want archives (compressed files) my top recommendation is StuffIt.
     
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    I use Nero as well.

    I got it on bittorrent with a crack.
     
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    Me too. Cracking is fun.:biggrin1::smile:
     
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    Picasa works great for backing up photos (free program from Google). My advice is just use the native burner built into Windows. i.e. simply drag the files (pics, imgs, jpgs, music, data, whatever) to your CD Burner drive. Then insert a cd or dvd and choose "Burn files to media)

    (unless you're using a Mac... then I can't help you)
     
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