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PostSubject: Ashampoo Burning Studio 2008   Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:58 pm





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If you need a program to copy or burn CD or DVD discs, you
want first-rate software that is reliable and easy to use while also
offering lots of flexibility and support for a wide variety of files
and formats. For this, the recently released Ashampoo Burning Studio 7
offers a full-featured and intuitive solution.

Disc burning
programs let you select a series of files, whether they are data,
audio, or video files, and burn them onto a CD or DVD disc in the
formats that you wish. For example, if you're working with word
processing and spreadsheet files, such a utility will allow you to copy
and archive them onto a data CD or DVD disc for backup.
On the other
hand, when you're working with audio files, you can choose to back up
WAV or MP3 files onto data CDs, or burn them onto a CD that plays music
in your entertainment center or portable player. And in a similar
fashion, you can archive video files onto a data disc or burn them onto
a DVD disc that works just as a movie DVD does in your player.
Regardless
of the type of disc that you want to create, Burning Studio makes it
easy to select files and burn them onto a disc of your choosing. You
simply select an option: "Burn Files", "Backup Files," or "Burn Movies"
and the program walks you through the necessary steps. It's an
excellent approach for novices.

What's New in Version 7:
Ashampoo
Burning Studio 7 adds useful new features such as DVD and Blu-ray video
burning capabilities, the ability to create modified copies without
having to completely rebuild and define them, and support for working
with and burning bootable discs. It's a significant upgrade over
previous releases, and the new video/DVD features will likely be the
most beneficial additions for the majority of users.
To create a DVD
disc that runs in a DVD player, the program lets you select files and
then choose a menu format before burning the disc. The program supports
common video formats that include WMV, AVI, MPEG, and ASF, which should
cover most of the bases, and converts these formats automatically. The
process is indeed easy and painless.
Depending on the program that
you're using, building and debugging a DVD menu can be a complicated
undertaking. DVD menus are the screens that you see and use when you
insert a movie DVD into a player and then select options such as "play
movie," "extras," and more. With Burning Studio 7, you can choose from
several menu styles and the program does all the work to generate the
navigation elements.
The downside to this approach is that you're
stuck with the limited templates that a program provides. However,
Burning Studio 7 offers some fairly attractive animated and static menu
styles. And before you burn your disc, you can adequately preview how
menus will appear and work.
If you have more than two hours of video
that you want to burn onto a single DVD disc, the program can increase
the compression and adjust encoding to make everything fit onto one
disc. Visual quality can, of course, take a hit, but it's great to have
the option available. The program can also burn Blu-ray discs if you're
one of the few who owns such a burner.
If you're so inclined, you
can also burn video onto CD discs to create VideoCDs and Super
VideoCDs. These days, however, with the price of blank DVDs so low,
there's probably little reason to do this and then have to potentially
deal with all of the compatibility issues.

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