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Giveaway of the Day - AV Burning Pro 4.5.1

July 12, 2012
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AV Burning Pro is a powerful disc suite for burning CD/DVD/Blu-Ray/HD-DVD media, copy audio CD & create ISO images. AV Burning Studio supports all types of optical storage media (including  DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, BD-R/RE, HD-DVD-R/RW and DVD-RAM) as well as a wide variety of burning hardware. AV Burning Pro has a Quick Start Wizard for novice users to simplify frequently used operations to save much time spending on finding a function.

Key Features:

  • Perfect for Creating Backup Discs;
  • Burn Audio CD;
  • Create a Great DVD Gift for Playback.
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System Requirements: Windows XP/ Vista / 7
Publisher: AVMedia Inc.
Homepage: http://avmediasoft.com/feature...
File Size: 8.64 MB
Price: $39.95

This software was available as a giveaway on July 12, 2012, this giveaway is not available any more.

You can download the trial version of this software at http://avmediasoft.com/feature....

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Please note that the software you download and install during the Giveaway period comes with the following important limitations: 1) No free technical support; 2) No free upgrades to future versions; 3) Strictly personal usage.

THIS SOFTWARE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. WITHOUT LIMITATION, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW, END USER ASSUMES THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE DOWNLOADED SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

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  1. av burning pro 4.5.1 is downloaded, installed, and activated without any error on my desktop computer running windows 7 home premium x64 (intel pentium dual core e5400 processor, 4gb ddr2-800 ram, 500gb sata 3gbps hitachi hdd, nvidia 9500gt 1gb video card)

    the installed program launches fast informs that there are only 9 remaining launches if not activated.

    the program is minimalist and fast like imageburn (free).

    the program has many components like audio grabber, isoburner, vcd and dvd creator, and device info component which displays the supported media types of my samsung dvd-rewriter.

    as i don’t have any blu-ray writer, i was not able to test blu-ray write.

    i will try to dvd-burn other media types later.

    if the program works as advertised, then the avp burning pro is a keeper.

    Comment by malachz — July 12th, 2012 at 3:17 am
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  2. Avast was curious about the install, nothing unusual. It passed with flying colours.
    The program looks simple and straight forward. Just what I have been waiting for. Free-ware has it’s limitations and this program seems to have it all.
    Thanks GAOTD

    Comment by Bob — July 12th, 2012 at 3:58 am
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  3. Downloaded, installed and activated fine on Win 7 Ult x64. Nice GUI with lots of features. However, tried two different times to burn dvd video. Both times, each with different movies, it failed with the error log below.

    Burning video disc
    Destination device: iHAP222 9
    Source video file:: C:\Users\Owner\Downloads\The Three Stooges 2012 720p BluRay x264-REFiNED [EtHD]\
    3:47:12 AM 160 MBs of cache will be used during burn process
    3:47:12 AM Testing unit ready
    3:47:12 AM Track-At-Once: Yes, Session-At-Once: No, Disc-At-Once PQ: No, Disc-At-Once raw P-W: No
    3:47:12 AM Getting BUP (Buffer Underrun Protection) support
    3:47:12 AM BUP (Buffer Underrun Protection) Enabled: No, Supported: Yes
    3:47:12 AM Enabling BUP (Buffer Underrun Protection)
    3:47:24 AM Setting CD/DVD speeds
    3:47:24 AM Getting current CD/DVD speeds
    3:47:24 AM Current read speed 22160 KBps (22160 maximum)
    3:47:24 AM Current write speed 11080 KBps (22160 maximum)
    3:47:24 AM Getting track information
    3:47:24 AM Track Blank: Yes, NWA valid: Yes, free LBs 2295104, track ¹ 1
    3:47:24 AM Getting disc information
    3:47:24 AM Disc erasable: No, Disc status: 0x 0, Last session status: 0x 0, Disc type: 13
    3:47:25 AM Burning started
    3:47:25 AM StarBurn_DVDVideo_Create() failed, exception 5, status 2, text “”

    I had burned both video files earlier with a different software without any problem. I later found that the issue was with the programs navigational abilities or, should I say, lack thereof. It did not allow for the expanding of folders when navigating to the video files to be burned. I copied and pasted the Video_TS folder to the desktop and was then able to navigate to the files and burn the DVD. I will say the program is light on resources which is a huge plus. Most all DVD burning software eat away at resources. Doesn’t matter what your computer specs are. Nevertheless, the software does not author which is a major set back. In fact, it instructs the user to use a different software to author prior to burning. I cannot imagine why I would want to have one software for authoring and another for burning when I can get one software that does it all. I will say that burning was fast. Very fast. Less than 5 minutes to burn an almost 2 hour movie and cpu never went above 14% even with other programs running at the same time. The DVD authoring issue will eventually be a non-issue since most newer DVD players now support Mpeg rather than VOB. That may be a while though. Moreover, burning DVD movies to disc is also phasing out. Most flat screen panel tv’s have usb ports. Movies can be placed on the usb then played, erased when done and a new movie put on it. A great feature since 8GB thumb drives are less than $10 and can be used over and over and over again unlike DVD RW. Those do have limits and loose quality over time.

    Not sure if I will keep it or not to be honest. I can do all the things with ImgBurn (free) that I can do with this. I will probably play with some of the other features then uninstall.

    Thanks for the offer but, it’s too early not to support authoring. And, you need to work on the navigational abilities.

    Comment by Joe — July 12th, 2012 at 4:17 am
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