My new PC, Can anyone recommend more Image Burning Software

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  1. Four_X
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    It's a fast PC, This is what Windows 7 x64 is telling me.

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    Here is what Alcohol 120% is saying about my drive

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    here is the burning software i have installed

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    Now can any of you guys recommend and more burning software,
    or do you think I have enough.
     
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    IMGburn can do it as of several versions back and it is a mainstay of ultraiso but on occasion it is nicer to have a brutally simple program to do it http://www.trustfm.net/divx/SoftwareFolder2Iso.php

    Personally that is probably overkill, the only things I would add to that (indeed I would probably not bother with a couple of DVD oriented programs. DVDshrink (although recode should do), stuff for subtitles ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/subtitlecreator/ does a lot for me) and the *edit crowd (ifoedit, PCGedit, vobedit, vobblanker and so on) and maybe some more heavy duty kit for when the simple transcoders fall over (5.1 to stereo conversion is not usually an option and often that will drop the remaining space needed to dodge having to encode the video again).
     
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    Why would u need like 15 burning softwares where imgburn can do anything they do?

    One more thing: 24GB ram? Are u serious about that? Hwo do u plan to utilize it?
     
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    yes it is 24GB, it there just because I got a very good price on a kit (I Know someone who
    works at crucial) I know I probably wont utilize all of it but when you get something for a good
    price you don't turn it down.
     
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    Thanks FAST6191, Im looking in to them right now. [​IMG]
     
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    I still think its a little overkill when recommended amount for anything besides serious video/graphic editing is somewhere near 4 GB.
     
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    You forgot PowerISO and you PC is ok [​IMG]
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Specs please, Windows Experience Index or whatever it's called says jack if anything at all about a computer.
     
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    Intel Core i7 930 2.8Ghz
    ASUS P6T SE Motherboard
    24GB DDR3 Memory
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64 OS (Genuine no bootloader)
    1x Samsung HD103SI 1TB HDD (C Drive) (Winndows 7)
    1x Samsung HD154UI 1.5TB HDD (D Drive)
    1x HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH10LS30 \ Blu-Ray Burner
    CoolMaster Elite Case

    Im thinking of getting a SSD and replacing the HD103SI 1TB HDD then using
    the HD103SI 1TB HDD as a external drive.
     
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    lol 1 question how much did this cost?
     
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    all in, just over £1200
     
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    Wow 24GB RAM xD. Use IMGBurn/Alcohol 120%, the two best burning softwares ive come across....
     
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    I always liked MagicIso(The payed for Version) as it let me drag some files and folders into the area and then I could burn whatever's there instantly, very easy to use.
    But yeah you either gotta pay or ya know get it by other means.

    Think IMGBurn is free and it was pretty easy to use last time I tried.
     

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