CloneCD 5.3.1.3 Final

vbimport

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I’m pleased that they fixed the bug, it was driving me up the wall when I couldn’t all the sudden burn DVDs.


#3

Thanks Alan


#4

Just one little thing, for years CloneCD spanish translation has this error in the log, in the “Read Speed for Audio Tracks” line it shows “A[B]uid[/B]o” instead of [B]Audio[/B].



#5

Thankyou I will pass that on to the Slysoft Staff.:wink:


#6

Select “Copy CD” and follow the prompts. If you’ve inserted a DVD, the program will recognize that it’s a DVD (it takes some getting used to). You will also need AnyDVD in the background but you said you have purchased the program.


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[QUOTE=jeff53404;2112745]Select “Copy CD” and follow the prompts. If you’ve inserted a DVD, the program will recognize that it’s a DVD (it takes some getting used to). You will also need AnyDVD in the background but you said you have purchased the program.[/QUOTE]

If you want to move this to the other thread, please do so.

I did just what you said, but my DVD player just kept “reading” and did not recognize the DVD. I have had no such problems with CloneDVD and, yes, AnyDVD is running in the background.

There are no settings I can find except for write speed. Any further help would be greatly appreciated.


#8

Please refer all comments on Captain Videos question to this thread.
http://club.cdfreaks.com/f18/isnt-clonecd-supposed-burn-dvds-250873/. This thread was a crosspost.