DVD burning programme

  bruno 17:09 14 Oct 07

Can anyone recommend a free programme that I can use to burn about 2gbs of photos to DVD.I have done it a lot to CD but never to DVD.

  davidh50 17:15 14 Oct 07

Try this,

click here

  bruno 17:20 14 Oct 07

I have that one, thanks,and I have used it to do the job.I thought it a little bit complicated and I found one snag.The pics were in two separate folders and I did not put them together to burn.The prog did one folder fine, but it finalised the disc and I had to use another disc to burn the second folder.So I wasted a disc really.Previously,when using a CD, I have been able to add to the first folder on the same disc until it was full.

  skidzy 17:41 14 Oct 07

click here
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Try Deepburner first bruno.

  skidzy 17:44 14 Oct 07

Just a thought,new from AVS Media click here

  jack 17:48 14 Oct 07

click here xp pro.com

click here

two more
XP Pro is dead easy just drag and click

  john bunyan 17:49 14 Oct 07

I use a DVD+RW and just copy my photo folders and paste them onto the DVD. Then when I have more, I delete the originals on the DVD and re-copy my updated files. I also keep a spare DVD as a back up.

  john bunyan 17:51 14 Oct 07

Bruno. Forgot to say that I make sure folder contents to copy are below about 4 Gig per DVD.

  bruno 18:28 14 Oct 07

Thank you all for your suggestions. I will give them all a try to see which one suits my needs best.I was doing these in a rush for a friends' daughter who is going to live abroad later this week.I expect that was why I got in a tizz.There were 1100 pics in all.I have always used the windows burning but I had forgotten that it does not do DVD.I thought my CD/DVD drive was faulty as it would not recognise there was a disc in it.Trouble is when you get old you learn something and by the time you need it again you have forgotten it.

  bruno 18:38 14 Oct 07

I am afraid your links did not work.

  davidh50 19:17 14 Oct 07

Have you tried this,

click here

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