I've been hesitant to upgrade past 188.8.131.52, which I currently am using, and after reading this info I found online, I don't think I'll be upgrading at all. Is there any truth to this? If so, this is TOTALLY unacceptable (especially the bugs listed in bold)!
Nero Burning ROM 184.108.40.206
* Nero Burning ROM could not encode AC-3 audio files into another output format.
Nero Burning ROM 220.127.116.11
* Implemented support for DualLayer DVD-RW media including layer jump junction
* In Windows Vista®, the Windows Aero design switched to the normal Windows design (Windows Standard), no matter which Nero application had been started.
* When burning an Audio CD, the pause feature did not work as expected The "crossfading tracks" feature did not work properly either as a result of this. * The ImageRecorder was not recognized as target when Nero CMD was used with a parameter file. An error message was displayed: "Drive ‘ ‘ not found, available are" followed by the recorders' list.
Nero Burning ROM 18.104.22.168
Audible files could only be burned with Nero Express and not with Nero Burning ROM.
Selecting Nero Burning ROM resulted in the error message:
"Nero Burning ROM could not be started. Your serial number does not allow the start of this application. Upgrade now."
When creating an Audio CD, Nero Burning ROM encountered problems when adding an ISRC code to an audio file.