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Ashampoo Burning Studio 18 11.02

Ashampoo Burning Studio 18 Editor's Review

Take complete control of your DVD and Blu-ray burning process with this great Windows application.

HD movies are awesome, but not everyone has the bandwidth to be able to stream and view home movies on the Internet. With three kids, and two of them under the age of 7, my wife and I are always taking movies of the kids for relatives who live out of state. Helping them view those movies can be a challenge, as not everyone has the level of Internet service that I do. This is why I really like Ashampoo Burning Studio. It’s a complete CD/DVD utility for Windows.

Ashampoo Burning Studio is fast, easy to use and efficient, as it handles all of your data – files, audio and video authoring tasks without sacrificing its famous ease of use. In version 10 they added a bunch of new features, but the program is still easy to use. Everything is explained to you as you do it.

The application's main focus is its authoring capabilities for building video and audio discs. It fully supports 720p and 1080p HD video for Blu-ray discs. All the encoding is handled by Ashampoo Burning Studio. All the authoring tools have been overhauled. You now use the same new integrated editor for building DVD and Blu-ray video disks with menus.

In addition, there is a new Autoplay Editor module that you can use to build auto-starting data discs with attractive interactive menus. It also has a new Audio Player that plays audio files and audio CDs without leaving the program.

Pros: Complete solution for SD/HD video, includes a menu and cover utility.

Cons: None.

Conclusion: Ashampoo Burning Studio is a decent application that does a good job at a decent price. Its modules are well connected and its ability to take you through the entire DVD menu before you actually burn it to disc is pretty cool. It’s a great way to insure that what you built looks nice and works. You also need to make sure that you have a peppy enough machine to handle the burning process. While the application will work with most any PC running a version of Windows, the app eats CPU cycles for breakfast while burning a disc.

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