Converting any Video file to DVD under Linux!!

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  1. JGuru

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    I was looking for this. Btw, do we get a express version of nero for linux free ? Or do I have to buy? I find K3B hard, so kinda need nero...
     
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    mehulved 18 Till I Die............

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    Nero Linux is not free. But, usually your windows key works. What version it supports I am not sure.
    But, I am sure of one thing that Nero Linux is not at all worth using. It's total junk not even worth trying.
     
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    Yes, you are right Nero Linux is more of a crippleware compared to it's Windows
    cousin!! K3b is a good software for burning CD/DVDs.
     
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