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  • signals
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    Nero Burning ROM

    This well-known software is also integrated into DVDFab and can be set as the default burning engine in Common Settings. The basic disc burning tool is free and the latest version can be found here.

  • signals
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    Often (but not always) there is a chapter break just as the credits start. You can use the DVDFab Preview window and watch the chapter readout for the change or just play the original disc in a regular player and watch to see if there is a chapter change you can use to clip the credits. If there is, use the Title Start/End button and set it to begin at chapter 1 and end at the chapter number just before the credits chapter.

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  • EEDS
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    Nero

    Been a long time user of Nero for burning DVD's, untill recently used Nero 8, but as stated by others it does not always recognise the DVD structure and flags up an error. On occosion even burns the titles in the incorrect order.

    Recently purchased Nero 11, bad move was that, the one thing i used it for, removing end credits in order to get a 100% back up of the main movie on a single layer disk seems to have disappeared.

    Checking the Nero forum seems a common complaint.

    Anyone know if this can be done by DVDfab, i know chapters can be removed but never figured how to do selected removal of titles/end credits.

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  • ram1009
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    I've never been impressed with anything Nero has. Imgburn, on the other hand, is outstanding, especially the tutorials.

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  • crackinhedz
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    Nero is an absolutely terrible program. Nero 6 or 7 was ok, but ever since then its been garbage. I made the mistake of buying Nero 9.

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  • anuli
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    Veery slow write at 1.30mb/s

    hiiii
    i cannot burn file on hard disc to dvd of moserbaer.pl help me
    anu

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    GregiBoy

    Originally posted by GregiBoy View Post
    General thought on this forum is that the ImgBurn burn engine is far better than both Nero & VSO and is FREE !!!

    There is a great tutorial includng video by Troy512 on how to set it up.
    fully agree reasons: nero speed difficult to control.......vso>have never been able to verify any disc ! frank

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  • AlienX69
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    Originally posted by GregiBoy View Post
    General thought on this forum is that the ImgBurn burn engine is far better than both Nero & VSO and is FREE !!!

    There is a great tutorial including video by Troy512 on how to set it up.
    Yes it is FREE, but if you use the tool a lot as I do, PLEASE help support it's future and its further development by donating to its author/developer LUK (Lightning UK).

    I've been using it and its predecessor since their inception. ImgBurn is by FAR the BEST burning engine/software on the PLANET, whereas Nero is bloatware and carries a lot of extra baggage, a resource hog....
    Last edited by AlienX69; 11-13-2009, 11:51 AM.

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  • AGJ
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    Great to hear and I really like how you can set it to burn at a certain speed for the blank media you use and the DVD burner that you use as well. I have a lot of different media and 5 DVD burners so that option comes in handy.

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  • mas
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    Thanks for the heads-up on ImgBurn. I've installed it and followed the video from Troy. I haven't burned anything yet but will give it a try when I have something new to burn.

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  • AGJ
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    Originally posted by GregiBoy View Post
    General thought on this forum is that the ImgBurn burn engine is far better than both Nero & VSO and is FREE !!!

    There is a great tutorial includng video by Troy512 on how to set it up.
    I agree with what GregiBoy said as I have used both VSO and Nero and then finally found ImgBurn and have stuck with it for all my burning with DVDFab. I do not even install the VSO burn engine anymore and I no longer have Nero installed on my computer.

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  • GregiBoy
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    General thought on this forum is that the ImgBurn burn engine is far better than both Nero & VSO and is FREE !!!

    There is a great tutorial includng video by Troy512 on how to set it up.

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  • mas
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    Originally posted by AGJ View Post
    Well when you get the failed to locate Nero Command program (see attachment) you also get to direct DVDFab to where the file is when you click OK. Now I do not have Nero installed on my computer so can not help any further than this
    It does ask you where the file is but it only allows you to specify the NeroCmd.exe file which is not part of the free Nero burn engine.

    Check that... Even though it asks for the NeroCmd.exe file, I typed in the NeroStartSmart.exe file and it took that.

    I'm still looking for some insight into the difference between the VSO and Nero engine and why I would choose one over the other.

    TIA

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  • AGJ
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    Well when you get the failed to locate Nero Command program (see attachment) you also get to direct DVDFab to where the file is when you click OK. Now I do not have Nero installed on my computer so can not help any further than this
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    Last edited by AGJ; 10-27-2009, 05:49 AM. Reason: spelling

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  • Corey
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    I've got the same problem. The location of the Nero burning ROM can't be changed. I even reinstalled DVDFab after Nero 9, but still wants to find it at C:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero\NeroCmd.exe. How can I make DVDFab look here, C:\Program Files\Nero\Nero 9\Nero Burning ROM\NeroCmd.exe, where it was installed with Nero 9?

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