When you think of burning a CD/ DVD one software which comes in your mind is NERO. Widely known as Nero, Nero Burning ROM is a product of Nero AG. Nero AG is a German company which produces multimedia software suite. Nero Burning ROM is part of this suite but is also available as a separate product used to burn CD/DVD and blu-ray discs. This is available only on Microsoft Windows PCs. Earlier Linux compatible versions were present. Nero Burning ROM allows you to create media and these can be added to compilations using Nero Media Browser.
Specialty of this software is that it is not only used to burn/copy of files in CDs but also create new media files. You can take old audio formats and convert them to latest audio formats. Burn supports various audio formats like MP3, MP3 PRO, AAC, FLAC , etc. Also you can burn Blu-ray Disc, create or burn ISO images and also burn or create video formats. Grace note technology is used in Nero which assures that the duplicate has the same quality of audio as the original.
Nero Burning ROM is not very simple to use. You need to have hands on experience before or at least you need to take some time to learn how to use this app. As the interface is not very user-friendly. But for those who are a pro in this field or who knows to use this before have many special features.
Some of these include Disc Span (file splitting), over-burning, etc. There are features of Autorun, CDA options and multi sessions are present for those extensive users. Also, Nero Air-burn which is a new feature in the latest version has a facility of burning media direct from their mobile devices. When we are using Nero, we have access to Nero’s Secure Disk which allows us to password protect our disk. We can create password or digital signature and backup our files here. This is one good feature providing security to our files.
Combining all Nero Burning ROM is one such tool with flash burning speeds and customized features along with good security features. Apart from just burning files, features which allow us to create our own files is interesting. Go on, create and burn!