Easyburner
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Burn any downloaded video to DVD.   Demo ($29.95)
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EasyBurner is a video conversion product. EasyBurner lets you burn any downloaded video to a DVD with a few clicks of the mouse. No expertise is required, the software does it all for you in 3 simple steps. EasyBurner is compatible with virtually any downloaded video content. Don't have a DVD Burner? No problem, EasyBurner will even burn your videos to a Video-CD to be played back on your DVD Player. As a bonus, EasyBurner also converts video to be used on all popular portable devices: iPod, iPhone, PlayStationPortable, and even your Cell Phone. You can even watch your videos on AppleTV,
What's New
Version 3.0.9:
  • UI updates based on user reviews
  • Fixed issues with media capacity estimation
  • Bug fixes
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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+197

GeoProf reviewed on 30 Sep 2011
Absolute crap.
[Version 3.0.9]


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Poikkeus reviewed on 19 Jan 2011
Easyburner moves near the front of the pack by allowing you to easily burn video titles, as well as convert media to be used with, say, your iPod Touch. I can do basic conversions with an application like VideoMonkey, but burning in a variety of formats is a great advantage. However, my widescreen test burn was stretched, and a Matroska video must be converted in order be burned.
[Version 3.0.9]

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GeoProf replied on 30 Sep 2011
How do your crappy results in any way move this app to the front of the pack?
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Bugsman (i Zap Germs) commented on 03 Jun 2010
Visit here: http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/easyburner.com

Either this really is bad, or the developer is being saboutaged.
[Version 3.0.9]

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Misha replied on 03 Jun 2010
Probably the latter. Or the URL used to host a different kind of site or product.
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Aikousha commented on 02 Jun 2010
I can't believe this, because what it proposes is impossible (under 10.4). Being a follower of Anime and J-Dramas, a lot of idiots are using matroska to distribute video. A Mac/Unix/Linux/etc. non-friendly video type. And though I can get non-HD or non-subtitled MKV files to sometimes play acceptably (on a 2.5Ghz Dual), I have NEVER gotten any to convert properly without going through DV, first, and that requires Perian (and often 18+ hours).
There is no way in all the hells that this company was able to get around this, and matroska is unfortunately becoming a standard in the anime world... so... JUST. NO. POSSIBLE. WAY.

And, how can you trust a company that cheats on MacUpdate's review boards, and can't even be subtle about it?
[Version 3.0.9]


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Shmk reviewed on 01 Jun 2010
to counter douchy fake reviews
[Version 3.0.9]


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+8

Juancab reviewed on 01 Jun 2010
Doesn't allow burning of iTunes Movies. False advertising via fake 5 star reviews. I am giving it 1 star just to balance those fake reviews out.
[Version 3.0.9]


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Lvdoc commented on 23 Apr 2010
I trust no program that does not have the guts to let me try a demo and that does not provide me a screenshot of the actual software interface (either on MU or its website).
[Version 3.0.7]


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Pacman commented on 01 Mar 2010
Doesn't run on my G5.
[Version 3.0.7]


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Macmaria commented on 19 Feb 2010
Interesting that all the previous reviews were posted a day before its MacUpdate promo, and 4 of them from people that had never commented on any app before.
[Version 3.0.7]

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+19
Adonsa replied on 19 Feb 2010
Hello MacMaria,

Yeah, what a coincidence. In the 5-star narratives throughout the MacUpdate website, look for tell-tale suspicious hype.

-- First person narratives. Why aren't they reporting critically on the product vis a vis it's usefulness to the readers of the review? Where are the specific reasons? Why is it better than the other applications that do the same thing?

-- Sensational. The keyword "finally!!!" is a dead give-away. "Finally!!!" appears in airline in-flight product catalogs heralding all sorts of solutions looking for problems. "Finally!!!, a vacuum cleaner that works!!!"

-- Exclamation punctuation. Why is this necessary? Does the app really do something sensational - like crack/bypass the DVD copy protection? Do serious evaluations have to have them?

-- Is the review writer writing his review for the reader or for the seller? Hmmmmmm?

-- Why not qualify the review? Is the review a "first impressions" report or a long time user report? Why not reveal the amount of experience using it? Does the review pertain to a demo or to the full implementation?

-- Why not review the registration process (serial number copy protection)? Is it convoluted? Must the buyer deal with esellerate, or is the procedure straightforward?

-- Why would a Mac user who already invested $100 in a commercial software - Roxio Toast, want to switch to a shareware software (and pay for it)? Toast is easy to use if the user bothers to "read the screen." And Mac users, being more intelligent than Pee Cee users, usually don't need to read the documentation.

-- Why didn't the reviewers list the alternative softwares upon rendering their reviews? Why didn't they provide a feature by feature comparison between this software and other wares?

-- Where's Dr. Girlfriend's review?

Reviewers, if you really want to write effectively, and if you want your words to be useful to the reader, then read how Dr. Girlfriend and other top reviewers word their narratives. Write your content at college or post grad level, not down at 6th grade level.

Look, the product may be great, I don't know yet because the 5-star reviews, so far, are not specific.
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Tim Whale reviewed on 18 Feb 2010
I got movies on my iPhone/iPod now! I used to have to carry my laptop for my kids to watch movies but I've converted them all to iPod for the kids and some of my movies to my iPhone and now I travel light!!!

I had high hopes when I first downloaded it and its worked out well
[Version 3.0.7]


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Chadwithuhc rated on 18 Jul 2011

[Version 3.0.9]


Downloads:4,395
Version Downloads:2,130
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Demo
Date:03 Jun 2010
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $29.95
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EasyBurner is a video conversion product. EasyBurner lets you burn any downloaded video to a DVD with a few clicks of the mouse. No expertise is required, the software does it all for you in 3 simple steps. EasyBurner is compatible with virtually any downloaded video content. Don't have a DVD Burner? No problem, EasyBurner will even burn your videos to a Video-CD to be played back on your DVD Player. As a bonus, EasyBurner also converts video to be used on all popular portable devices: iPod, iPhone, PlayStationPortable, and even your Cell Phone. You can even watch your videos on AppleTV, XBOX360, or PlayStation 3.


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