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New Firefox, Nero now available

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 30 Jun 2009 14:35 User comments (5)

New Firefox, Nero now available The popular all-in-one CDR / DVDR / Blu-ray application Nero has updated to version v9.4.13.2b and with it brings alot of new changes:
* InCD (6.4.11.1)
* InCD features operate with Administrator logon rights only.
* InCD 5.5 is able to write onto DVD-RW formatted by itself.
* Nero Burning ROM (9.4.13.2)
* The error message: "could not get ClassID" is no longer displayed after launching Nero Burning ROM.
* "Continue multisession" projects are displayed in the correct size.
* Volume is correct when using the "Save Tracks" option (MP3 only).
* Nero CoverDesigner (4.4.8.0)
* Nero CoverDesigner startup icon is available in both Nero Burning ROM and Nero Express.
* Nero CoverDesigner can be started after updating Nero 9.
* Nero CoverDesigner can be started through Nero Vision.
* Printer paper size options are displayed in Nero CoverDesigner.
* Nero Live (1.4.41.0)
* Nero Live starts as expected.
* Live TV starts as expected.
* Intermittent problems with receiving some TV signals is eliminated.
* Nero Recode (4.4.22.0)
* The option "Shutdown down computer when finished" works correctly.
* *.TS files can be opened.
* The error message "Out of memory" is no longer displayed during the burn process.
* The error message "DirectShow error" is no longer displayed when encoding to an iPod® format.
* Nero ShowTime (5.4.14.0)
* The error message : "Unable to send message to parent Window" is no longer displayed during play back.
* Nero StartSmart (9.4.11.6)
* Volume plays as expected when using the "Save Tracks" option (MP3 only).
* Nero Vision (6.4.9.0)
* New Features:
* Import your PowerPoint® presentations
and convert to DVD-Video or BD for TV playback (requires installed Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 or 2007)
* Archive HD movies in highest quality AVCHD format to HDD including USB stick and flash memory card, SD Card and Memory Stick(TM), even without the use of an optical recorder
* Changes/Bugfixes:
* After exporting files from Nero Vision, it is possible to return to the original file.
* Text effects in Nero Vision work properly after using the "static" effect.
* Support for *.m2v files added to Nero Vision.
* Nero Vision supports previous version project files.
* *.wmf files are displayed correctly in preview window.
* Nero Vision no longer prompts for DTS Plug-in when adding *.m2ts file with both Dolby and DTS audio tracks.
* All *.mov files play back with audio in the preview screen.
* The text effect "Space Scroller" no longer inserts white squares when line breaks are in the text.
* Temporary files are removed automatically after burning to disc or to Image Recorder.
* Smart3D menus play back correctly on DVD+VR.
* Eliminated "runtime error" when burning large AVCHD projects.
* Nero Webinstaller (4.4.8.4)
* AskToolbar is only installed, when selected for installation.


You can try the software here at AfterDawn: Nero v9.4.13.2b



As reported yesterday, Mozilla Firefox 3.5 final is now available, bringing with it substantial changes as well:

Firefox 3.5 is based on the Gecko 1.9.1 rendering platform, which has been under development for the past year. Firefox 3.5 offers many changes over the previous version, supporting new web technologies, improving performance and ease of use. Some of the notable features are:

* Available in more than 70 languages. (Get your local version!)
* Support for the HTML5


You can try the software here at AfterDawn: Firefox 3.5

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5 user comments

130.6.2009 16:06

Nice!
I've been using the RCs and i love it so far.

21.7.2009 3:57
jingzao
Inactive

I am currently not used, but intuition told me that should be good

33.7.2009 7:00

I wouldnt mind trying the new nero as my old one keeps coruppting and i have to use cyberlink which is good but i want nero cause i like it.

47.7.2009 4:48
ismar
Inactive

gr8.

516.7.2009 13:36

The new firefox is eating way too much memory for me >.<

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