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Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by Aijelsop, Feb 14, 2011.
no imgburn is all you need or you could switch to usb
You could try using DVD Decrypter.
No, I just mean, is this program better? It's free for a day, if it's payed, it's got to be good.
free for a day?
stick with imgburn, people!!!
With the amount of times I've suggested to somebody they use a free alternative when their paid program (to do whatever) wasn't working and they just stuck with the free because it was better, I'm going to have to say no to that sentence, outside of some slim examples (such as flash) where there's no free alternative that doesn't suck balls.
Why pay for something when you can download it from the interweb for free.
CDRwin? LOL is that still around? I haven't seen or heard of that since the PS1 days. Stick with image burn
indeed I remember using it for PS1 also. DVD support was added quite recently iirc. imgburn is a great burning program, have used dvddecrypter until it turned into this.
i just god damn realized cdrwin was mentioned yeah havn't used that since psx1 days too
cdrwin....1998 if I remember. PS1 copies!
You're absolutely right! Don't listen to what those other posters are saying. As you may have noticed, they give away their opinions for free. Therefore, it can't be good.
Not me, though. I gave you this piece of advice as a teaser, but if you want my professional opinion on which burning program is better, then you'll have to wire me some money over paypal first.
@Rydian: I understand what you're saying, and on a rational basis, I absolutely agree. The thing is...this kind of reasoning isn't rational but emotional. It's something that fits in their view of the world that the price of something somehow MUST correlate to the quality, and any evidence of the contrary somehow gets ignored.
(my company decided to switch from office2000 to office 2007 because they got a discount because 2010 was released. I couldn't convince the managers that open office can do the same thing...except for free).
OpenOffice isn't as good as microsoft office when it comes to newbies. The ribbon bar makes a lot more sense, so in some situations it's what you'd prefer to use in your office, depending on the tech levels of whoever's working there.