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  • March 14, 2013, 01:43 | Posted by Absolom1989

    does what is says, has great options, and of course, best of all, it's free!the only feature missing i used constantly was the "create icon from selected(?)" feature. otherwise, great work!
  • February 25, 2013, 10:49 | Posted by Shayne1988

    fatbas****d is slow and buggy
  • May 04, 2013, 09:45 | Posted by Herbert1978

    lets see i pay for internet and then give it away to freeloaders
  • October 19, 2012, 23:15 | Posted by Isaac1989

  • March 13, 2013, 21:21 | Posted by Neil1971

    works great standalone or can use foobar for metadata and lookup those albums with no art. extremely configurable, very nice to use.finds quality art even for less popular items.
  • May 16, 2013, 16:46 | Posted by Richard1975

    first, imgburn is not overly complicated. at install and first launch, you get a very clear and concise dialog asking what kind of project you'd like to complete; be it burn an image to disk, or create one etc. it does have the more complicated features for disk mastering for more advanced users, but they're not required as the defaults have never failed me regardless of the task i wish to perform.second, burnaware, while an ok type of app, falls short in some of its functionality and abilty, but can't be totally ignored because it is, after all, free.plumber should focus on a more intelligent and lucid explanation as to why he thinks one program beats another, and leave the passion out of it. slamming other people for their own beliefs simply because they don't fall in line with yours is immature and closed minded. rating a program high because the authors included adding it into the context menu or because they're a friend of yours is simply ridiculous. what other folks are mentioning here is simply this:when you compare this program to others, it doesn't do anything more than the others do besides that context menu thing. i, for one, don't care much about that since i prefer to get into the program itself and do the disk mastering myself. that being said, considering that the other programs are free and this one is not, i would go with the others, and between those two mentioned, imgburn is by far the more powerful and comprehensive. now i did give this program a fair shake and tried it, and quite frankly i am very not impressed with it. it's burner software. it works. so it gets a 3. does it work better? no, so it doesn't get an extra point which would have been a 4. when comparing apples to apples, is it free also? no, there goes the other point that could have brought it up to a 5. so to be clear, it works, but it's not free or as powerful as other free ones, it gets a 3.also, one other thing... take note of the image. right above this program's dialog for burning an image to disk, is windows built in ability to burn an image to disk, which is also (ahem) free. so is one really expected to pay to do something that can be done in literally the same step for free?and i don't know any of the authors to any of the programs.
  • May 22, 2013, 14:20 | Posted by Randell1979

    i'm currently using version 0.16.something. it works fairly well. version 0.17.something seemed not to work as well, but i may not have given it enough of a really need a companion helper/editor program like jellyfish pro to get decent use of freebasic.
  • October 12, 2012, 11:57 | Posted by Barry1975

    yikes. it wants you to support them by installing a shopping toolbar during setup. i didn't care for the context menu options as you have to open the gui before applying a job. other than that it's pretty standard.
  • March 25, 2013, 19:39 | Posted by Brandon1978

    well, it's been a while, and i use this program more than most, so i thought i'd offer up a review of this new version since i've been using it for a couple of weeks, now.first off, i should mention that my complaint below was fixed long ago. you can now specify which display boxee will appear on.basically, i used boxee to replace my media player (zoom player and mpc), my podcast catcher/player (miro and itunes), and my web browser (, hulu, youtube, etc) on my home theater pc. and while the alpha was nice, this new beta version blows it away. it'd be more apt to call it "boxee 2.0 beta". all of the changes are pretty darned major, and it looks very little like the alpha now stores your rss feeds (including your podcasts), your playlist (queue) , your list of installed apps, your custom repositories for third-party apps, and your subscribed tv shows in the boxee "cloud". if you reinstall or if you use your profile on someone else's boxee, all of your stuff will appear automatically. this was a big sore spot with the alpha: that it required significant customization on each client.on windows, they moved the rendering engine from opengl to directx so that boxee can now use hardware video decoding on most modern video cards (geforce 8*** series and up, check details for ati/amd, but it's about the same age of cards). that means hd playback on the atom and other low-power processors when paired with a decent video adapter.flash sites are still a bit more iffy. hardware flash video acceleration is still very much experimental and is not available even with this new build unless you want to pry the new flash 10.1 dlls into the boxee application folder(s) and, well, pray. but standard (accelerated) flash playback is surprisingly robust on most media sites.hulu works within boxee, but only for videos that don't require that you confirm you're over 18 because there's no way to sign in to hulu using boxee's interface. but that's what the boxee apps are for, and there's a lot of them now. you can install the third-party hulu desktop launcher app, use it to launch and close hulu desktop from within boxee, and you've got a seamless experience and the best video quality you're going to get out of that service using any interface.pandora, revision 3,, pbs, cbs, nbc, comedy central, support, bbc, netflix, adult swim, reddit tv, nasa, flickr, joost, apple movie trailers, and more.; they're all here. no more switching between a media player and your browser.also, it will automatically sort, thumbnail, and index all of your local files, allowing you to flip through your collection by name, genre, date added, etc. really convenient and the scraping engine for this new version is vastly improved over the alpha. basically, as long as your movies are titled to the imdb convention, they'll show up, and most of the time it'll figure out the title even if they're not properly named.while i don't personally use the features much, it's also integrated seamlessly with all of the big social networking sites so you can (selectively) share your viewed content with friends and recommend shows, etc.anyway, a lot of credit goes to the xbmc team, but the boxee team has added a really compelling front end to it and i consider it to be the finest 10-foot interface available right now. the only thing missing is dvr functionality (although experimental integration with mythtv is available under linux), but that's kind of averse to the ideology of the project, which is that cable/sat tv shouldn't even be necessary; just broadband internet.slick stuff. as they make it more stable and reliable and add features, this will become the very definition of the "killer app" for the beginning of the iptv generation. i can't recommend it enough.

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