Is there a advantage in one CD-R software over another?

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  1. Eric Stuckey

    Eric Stuckey Second Unit

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    I have on my PC , MusicMatch, Roxie and windows media player.My PC is 1.6 ghz 256 Ram win Xp.What is the best one to use, i like musicmatch because it is easier,but if one of the others i have will burn better or faster,i'm all for that.
     
  2. ChrisLee

    ChrisLee Stunt Coordinator

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    To answer your question...sure there is. For example, Nero is supposed to have a software buffer that makes buffer-under-runs less frequent. It all comes down to how powerful you want your CDR-Writing app to be. I like Nero since it got so MANY features but I usually use Roxio because I've used it longer.

    Now if we're talking about suites that encode mp3s...all I have to say is LAME. Use that open-source encoder to encode 192k/s and over.
     
  3. Artur Meinild

    Artur Meinild Screenwriter

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    You should just get some trial versions and try different software. I use Nero for Video CD's and mp3 music CD's, and I use Roxio for CD copying and Data CD's.

    I think they have different advantages.
     

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