Introduced to the world of optical disc burning software as a total solution for making copies of any format (CD, DVD y Blu-ray), as for the cover preparation or converting files to burn. This is Ashampoo Burning Studio.
The best choice for disc burning.
And it is very useful, simply because if you do not have space left on your hard disk to save photos or other files or you simply want to carry out backup copies, burning optical discs will avoid having to share your data with third parties; no matter how much they assure you that online storage systems in the cloud such as Google Drive, OneDrive or Dropbox are safe.
From an elegant interface we will access all the functions of this singular program:
- Data burning and disc image creation / copying.
- Audio extraction in MP3 format and creation of music discs.
- Backup copies on DVD and Blu-ray.
- Preparation and editing of video for discs VCD, DVD-Video y Blu-ray Video.
- Copia de CD / DVD / Blu-ray.
- Erasing rewritable discs.
- Creation of covers for all types of media.
How are discs copied?
One of the advantages of Ashampoo Burning Studio is that it does not require great knowledge to create specific discs. Do not worry, the program will guide you step by step in each process, always indicating the options at your disposal.
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It also has functions that go beyond recording, such as its photo album editor or the integrated video editor, which will allow us to edit the duration of a clip, create transitions or fades, add titles or subtitles, add music and create menus for our DVDs, among many other functions.
But which one is better? Maybe Nero?
We are talking about two classics of burning CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays that have had to reconvert to overcome the new uses and customs that have been given by flash memories and more powerful Internet connections. Whichever of the two you choose will satisfy you for what you want to use it for.
If you want to have everything you need to the recording of Optical Discs, but you don’t want to have to use different programs or grab a manual before starting, this may be one of the best options at your disposal.