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My sister was recently married and had a copy of the wedding video provided to her on dvd

She'd like to include a copy in 'thank you' gifts to guests. She's looking to make approximately 20 copies of her original dvd. Unfortunately her PC was not bundled with nero or roxio, so I'm looking for free software on windows that will facilitate that.

She's a neophyte, so as few clicks as possible to accomplish her goal would be appreciated

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CDBurnerXP always served me for such purposes. Although pretty much any of the more popular programs will do you fine.

Btw, did you know that Nero recently introduced stripped down freeware CD and DVD burner.

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free nero? sold! ;) – timothy Mar 4 '11 at 19:49

I have been using ImgBurn for years for all things CD/DVD related and love it. Sounds like you just want to either Make an ISO and burn a bunch, here is a link to how in their forums

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ImgBurn is good. – aCuria Mar 4 '11 at 22:42

You have a number of options:

Time limited software (demo, you get something like 30 days of usage):

Free Software (not certain if writing works without having Nero or such installed - check it out first)

You could certainly use DVD Decrypter to make an ISO of the original DVD and then use (if you have Windows 7 [or possibly Vista?]) use the Windows built-in image burning software.

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