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Nero showcases Blu-ray disc burning at the Blu-ray Disc Association seminar

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 27 Apr 2005 14:50 User comments (6)

Nero showcases Blu-ray disc burning at the Blu-ray Disc Association seminar Nero, leaders in digital media technology, will demonstrate their award-winning optical recording software’s CD/DVD/blue laser burning capabilities at the Blu-ray Disc (BD) Association member Seminar April 26 & 27 in San Jose. Members of the Blu-Ray Disc Association and Contributors will display and demonstrate BD and BD-related products and technology at the seminar. Nero is an all in one CD/DVD/blue laser burning solution and now possesses the ability to record data and video with a blue laser onto Blu-ray media.
Nero ShowTime allows users to playback all digital recordings including video recorded on Blu-ray discs, movies, TV programs, home videos, DVD video all with high-quality picture and sound quality. "Nero takes pride in being one of the first companies to support Blu-ray technology," says Udo Eberlein, President of Nero Inc. "Blu-ray is a giant leap forward on the evolutionary scale of optical storage for data and video recording, and Nero provides users with applications like Nero and Nero ShowTime to use such innovative technology."

Nero has sold over 180 million copies worldwide and has established itself as a leading worldwide supplier in PC-Software for recording audio and video. Nero’s Blu-ray recording and playback capabilities can be seen at the
Blu-ray Disc (BD) Association member Seminar April 26 & 27 in San Jose. For additional product information, please visit www.nero.com

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6 user comments

127.4.2005 15:55

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227.4.2005 16:50

So does this mean that HD-DVD is out of the picture?

327.4.2005 20:44

This is no surprise, Nero info tool has been able to detect if your burner supported BluRay read and write capabilities since the -R DL support update.

428.4.2005 8:57

BD, HD, and some new "Compromise" - The war has already begun, and the products haven't even been released yet! I guess this means that even if Toshiba and Sony do work out a compromise, BD will still hit the market?

528.4.2005 10:59

I've entered the dvd scene in 2003 autumn, the highest possible storage on a disc was 4.7 GB the highest speed 4X! Now almost 2 years after, the fantastic 16X speed turns out to be a hoax, the double layer disc are app 9 times as expensive as a regular writable disc and most of us are affraid to burn at speeds higher than 8X, while ripping didn't really improved, and the whole working process is literally the same. So guys go for it, buy it the race is on, just keep your eyes closed, before you might see yourselves as another happy consumer:-)

614.3.2008 6:32

Has anyone heard if this will this also support all HD audios as well??

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