Last weekend, I traded in my Windows XP laptop for a brand new Apple Macbook Pro. While I was initially very pleased with my new laptop,
I need to burn quicktime to dvd on a regular basis and without Nero I am not sure how this will be possible. I mean, I just assumed that I would be able to buy Nero for Mac, but apparently this is not possible. For some reason, Nero has chosen to only support Microsoft Windows and Linux Users. Furthermore, I have several hundred wmv files on my Macbook Pro that I need to burn to DVD, so I hope that I can also find some efficient wmv to dvd mac conversion software. Unfortunately, I am operating on a limited budget at the moment, so I do not want to spend over a hundred dollars on a professional Mac OS X DVD burning suite.
I do know that there are dozens of free Mac DVD burners available, but I am not sure how effective such burners will be. I am also the type of person who is a cautious about downloading any free software, as I tend to assume that the only reason it is free is because it contains some type of virus. I have heard so many horror stories about people finding key loggers and other malware on their computers. I understand that Mac OS X is less susceptible to viruses, but it is not immune from viruses. I happen to know that many underground organizations are now working hard to create Mac OS X viruses due to the sudden surge in popularity of the operating system. Therefore, I do not want to take any chances with free Mac DVD burners. Instead, I would like to purchase a professional DVD software burning package, which comes with free technical support and lifetime updates.
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