what are the best cd/dvd burning software

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FloraCommented:
check these comparisons between paid versions http://dvd-burning-software.toptenreviews.com/

and here are the free versions, in case if you do not want to pay
http://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/best-free-dvd-burning-software-1141938
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RizzleCommented:
I use Poweriso and Cdburnerxp

Both good tools, Poweriso can be used as a trial but cdburnerxp is completely free.
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n2fcCommented:
Beware of "comparisons" sponsored by a vendor!  Only rely on independent reviews...

That said, you need to be a bit more descriptive of what you are trying to do...

In general I like the Slysoft suite of software for backing up movies on DVD and BRD...
http://slysoft.com/en/

I also like many of the features in PowerISO (including FLAC ripping of CD audio)...
http://poweriso.com/
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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
I've been using Nero and Roxio for many years to burn CDs and DVDs:

http://www.nero.com/
http://www.roxio.com/

I've had excellent results with both. Regards, Joe
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dbruntonCommented:
Imgburn http://www.imgburn.com/ and CDBurnerXP https://cdburnerxp.se/en/home are the free ones most recommended around here.  However beware if you go this way, that they are now usually bundled with adware software which you don't want.  Usually OpenCandy.

I do use ImgBurn and I do like it.

But if you choose either of these two be careful in installing or get a version that doesn't include the adware.  They can be found without OpenCandy.

For most normal use either of these two will do the job.  If you've got a specialized task then possibly the commercial ones might be the way to go.
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nobusCommented:
>>  what are the best cd/dvd burning software  <<   may i ask why you ask this?
do you have problems with one of these?
in most cases - problems stem from hardware - media or burner, not software
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rindiCommented:
For what OS? On Linux I use the tool built for the desktop GUI, for example K3B if I use the KDE desktop. It is a very good tool and can do everything I need.

On m$ OS's I use InfraRecorder, which can also do everything I need:

http://portableapps.com/apps/utilities/infrarecorder_portable
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gloyola1Author Commented:
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