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SubjectBest DVD authoring program? new Reply to this message
Posted byShawn
Posted on04/13/05 06:46 AM



Could someone tell me what the best Best DVD authoring program is please. I'm using TMPGenc DVD Author right now, but it's not very flexible when it comes to creating different menus and chapters, etc.




SubjectRe: Best DVD authoring program? Reply to this message
Posted byLooker
Posted on04/13/05 02:11 PM



> Could someone tell me what the best Best DVD authoring program is please. I'm
> using TMPGenc DVD Author right now, but it's not very flexible when it comes to
> creating different menus and chapters, etc.
>
>

Try doom9.org, you'll get a lot more info there about dvd's than here on a retrogaming site.

Its like would you go into a florist to ask for help with you motor insurance lol



SubjectHonestly, why even post? new Reply to this message
Posted byShawn
Posted on04/13/05 05:10 PM



Read the forum topic, "Hardware & Software Tech Support", you fucking genius! I'd think "software" would include DVD authoring software. Plenty of computer-smart ppl pass through here who are able to answer these kinds of questions....otherwise there would be no need for a "Hardware & Software Tech Support" forum at a "Retrogaming Site". Maybe since you're so smart and you've just discovered that there's no need for a tech support forum at a retrogaming site, you should ask proph or atila to close it? Sure would take a load off you eh......I'm sure the idea of ppl getting tech help at a retrogaming site keeps you up at night. And stupid analogy btw, in order for your analogy to hold everyone at this site would have to pretty much be computer iliterate.

And this dvd authoring thing isn't really a prioriy right now....i'd rather post at a site I go to regularly and get a reply in a week than the hassle of starting a a doom9 forum membership or whatever it takes.

> > Could someone tell me what the best Best DVD authoring program is please. I'm
> > using TMPGenc DVD Author right now, but it's not very flexible when it comes
> to
> > creating different menus and chapters, etc.
> >
> >
>
> Try doom9.org, you'll get a lot more info there about dvd's than here on a
> retrogaming site.
>
> Its like would you go into a florist to ask for help with you motor insurance
> lol
>





SubjectRe: Honestly, why even post? new Reply to this message
Posted byLooker
Posted on04/17/05 05:01 AM



hey get yourself out of your own arse. I gave you a great link to a dvd encoding resource site with forums and guides to anything you could ever need to know about backing up dvd's.

In reply to:

i'd rather post at a site I go to regularly and get a reply in a week than the hassle of starting a a doom9 forum membership or whatever it takes


It takes all of 2 minutes to join the free forum there and you only need to register to actually post not to read, the rest of the site you can surf freely. You didn't even have determination to look at the site properly.

In future instead of asking a dumb question, do a 30 second search with google, find a resource site, do a bit of reading for YOURSELF and stop expecting people to do everything for you. Ungrateful lazy wanker.

Do us a favour , don't join doom9 as people there don't need your type who want everything done for them


SubjectLOL...ungrateful lazy wanker...-nt- tired maybe :-D new Reply to this message
Posted byEvildrak
Posted on04/23/05 10:00 PM



> hey get yourself out of your own arse. I gave you a great link to a dvd encoding
> resource site with forums and guides to anything you could ever need to know
> about backing up dvd's.
>
> In reply to:i'd rather post at a site I go to regularly and get a reply in a
> week than the hassle of starting a a doom9 forum membership or whatever it
> takesIt takes all of 2 minutes to join the free forum there and you only need to
> register to actually post not to read, the rest of the site you can surf freely.
> You didn't even have determination to look at the site properly.
>
> In future instead of asking a dumb question, do a 30 second search with google,
> find a resource site, do a bit of reading for YOURSELF and stop expecting people
> to do everything for you. Ungrateful lazy wanker.
>
> Do us a favour , don't join doom9 as people there don't need your type who want
> everything done for them
>


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