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    DVD Burning Software


    Hi all,

    I was just wondering if anyone could suggest some good DVD burning software that will run on Red Hat 7.3.

    Thanks in Advance

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    Maybe there is something to be found here .....

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    Is that for Data as well as video. All i will be burning is data

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    A video DVD is just a data DVD with a certain directory structure, so if it burns video DVDs, it burns data DVDs as well.

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    Actually...

    You can copy DVDs in Linux. The only thing you can't do is a FULL DVD copy. However, if you just want to copy the movie (i.e. no extras), I wrote a howto here: http://www.riskable.com/modules.php?...article&sid=12

    Basically you just use transcode + dvdauthor to copy & make a valid DVD filesystem on your hard drive. Then you just burn that file system to the DVD using growisofs.

    I use the script I wrote all the time. I usually don't care for DVD extras anyway (especially Disney previews!)

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