Is burning DVD’s to play in stand alone DVD player too complicated?
no just takes some getting used to like anything else.
I’m new at this and have some old home movies my sister had put to disk and would like to copy them.
ImgBurn in read mode then ImgBurn in write mode.
which program is the best or good to use to burn DVD’s that will play in a Sony stand alone player on my TV? … or is there a program that will let me just click the buttons and go?
ImgBurn is the Ultimate Burning Engine!
ease of use, try the 30 day trial of DVDFab Gold. www.dvdfab.com . just use main movie mode or full disc mode. i myself like to use main movie to preserve the original quality as much as possible.
features, try the 21 day trial of AnyDVD. www.slysoft.com . AnyDVD can be used with many dvd ripping or authoring programs. AnyDVD runs in the background, thus decrypting your dvd on-the-fly, allowing programs such as DVD Shrink, CloneDVD 2, ImgBurn, etc… to copy protected discs.
should I be using DVD-R or DVD+R.
with the latest players compatibility is no longer an issue. for sake of argument DVD+R is considered the better choice because of higher quality burns and the capability to bitset booktype DVD-ROM. [i use dvd-r because the brand/mids i like, the -r disc are slightly cheaper, but still producing good burns]