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Best dvd burning  (free) softwear that can check the records files?

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hello all;

I have around 500 mp3 files that want make several copies on  sevaral dvd(500 files on each dvd) ,i need a softwear for this(free) ,and the main important things is this that when i burn 500 files on a dvd ,how can i know that all files have beed recorded on dvd correct?

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This is the best free one I have come accross.  http://www.imgburn.com/  it can do mp3 and it has a verify setting.  Very easy to use.
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IMHO - Imageburn is the best, plus it features a "Verify"

http://www.imgburn.com/
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