What is a good, freeware replacement for Nero or other CD authoring software?
July 5, 2004 3:31 PM   Subscribe

The new DVD burner (an NEC ND-2510A), didn't come with any burning software. I know I can get the express version of Nero 6 for a couple bucks, but does anybody know of a good small DVD burning program (preferably freeware) for Windows XP that would be downloadable on dialup? Sourceforge and Tucows, my usual trusted sites, are turning up bupkiss.
posted by PinkStainlessTail to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
 
You can buy Nero full version very cheap, almost free, using deals found at FatWallet.com
posted by riffola at 3:48 PM on July 5, 2004


Riffy, that's amazing. I was about to pay 30 times that.

Also, Pink, I downloaded this yesterday. Works well so far but it's only a trial version.
posted by CunningLinguist at 4:24 PM on July 5, 2004


For example you can get Nero for $19.99 after rebate at Fry's
posted by riffola at 5:06 PM on July 5, 2004


Riffola: perfect (that deal is also available through outpost.com if one doesn't have a Fry's nearby). Anybody have any experience with getting a rebate from Ahead Software?

CL: downloading the trial version now.

Thanks all!
posted by PinkStainlessTail at 5:21 PM on July 5, 2004


What you need is Deepburner
Its free, easy to use, works fine and looks a lot like nero.
posted by FidelDonson at 12:19 AM on July 6, 2004


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