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    CD burning Software

    Im looking for a recomendation on a decent CD buring software, that would allow me to name tracks prior to burning and then burn in in CD format .cda instead of just mp3 or softway that would allow me to convert from MP3 to CDA. I presently have muchmusic 10 basic but it would allow me to convert back to CDA and will only save in mp3 or wwv
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    Nero and Roxio Easy CD Creator do the conversion automatically for you so you don't even need to worry about it. Either of those two are probably your best bet, assuming your on Windows here.

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    I've had positive experiences with Nero Burning Rom and would recommend this

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    I think that a decent audio burning software is Audio CD Burner Studio! This program burns mp3, wav and wma files to Audio cd. Another nice feature of the program is the automated support for CD-Text. You get to choose .

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    Look at CDBurnerXP http://cdburnerxp.se/. I haven't tried it for MP3s but the price should make it worth a shot...

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    I am using Nero.. This software is good for cd and dvd burning

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    InfraRecorder and CDBurnerXP should be able to do the job fine.
    Both iTunes and Windows Media Player will do burning as well.

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    I've tried many freeware programs like ImgBurn, Final Burner, DeepBurner Free Portable, InfraRecorder, Star Burn, Ultimate CD/DVD Burner, and a monsters like Nero and Roxio, that cost a hundred bucks and totally aint worth it.
    Personally I started using Express Burn a couple of years ago, because it was the fastest and the simplest (drag&drop) program among all of them. Google it)
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    Nero is the best burning software around these days.

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    Nero Burning Rom is very good. Use that.

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    When I was using Windows, I too always went with Nero. Roxio was too dumbed down for me, but some like it for exactly that reason.
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    Nero takes over your computer, icons and all so be prepared for that and the GUI was just stupid IMO - I deleted it within days of installing. On Windows I always used Roxio for editing but it required many workarounds to eliminate various encoding bugs. Avidemux beats the socks off of it (I'm pretty sure they have a Windoze version and it's free). DVDStyler creates set top player compatible DVDs with a menu (I'm pretty sure they have a Windoze version and it's free too). For burning I always used ImgBurn on Windows (evern when I used Roxio for editing) but now use GnomeBaker on Linux (both free). I am sooo happy to be free of proprietary software that never seems to work quite right but continues to feed the corporate bottom line every time there's a 'new' version.

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    On Windows (for DVDs) I use Ashampoo 6 Free for audio I would just use WMP.

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    I use Nero and I'm satisfied with it.

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    I've never had a coaster from Nero.

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    I am on linux and using the K3b - it's excellent program for cd/dvd burning.

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    I use a pretty simple software called Audio CD Burner Studio. You don't even have to enter a music title manually, the program automatically extracts information about titles, artists, albums etc. and writes it to the CD

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    I’ve been using Nero and haven’t had any problems.

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    Ashampoo Burning studio 8 rocks, its like nero but without the heavy things it brings lately.

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    How much does it cost?

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    All the way for NERO. User-friendly interface. Worked well for me for years.

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    I am using Nero This gives you plenty of options

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    I've been using Nero and Roxio for quite a while and I must say that they're great!

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    Nero would be your best choice, I also use it.

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    Nero so far is the best Im using nero 8 now. so far so good
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