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Postby coonsanders on Mon May 24, 2010 1:01 pm

hi gang

what do you guys think of nero 10?your opinions please..

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Re: a question

Postby Ian on Mon May 24, 2010 2:44 pm

Didn't you already ask this?

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Re: a question

Postby coonsanders on Mon May 24, 2010 4:48 pm

hi
yep i asked you...did u ever recieve it?what do u think of it?

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Re: a question

Postby Dartman on Mon May 24, 2010 10:29 pm

The new version so far works very well for me. they said they did a lot of tweaks to make it less of a resource hog and more like real users want to use.
All the bits I've used for years still seem to work very well so I'd say if you like the interface and all the features it a good program now.
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Re: a question

Postby coonsanders on Tue May 25, 2010 9:33 am

hi dart

did you take a look at the presets in these various toiols??they dont work..why did they add them if they dont work?i aske3d nero and said didnt respond

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Re: a question

Postby Dartman on Tue May 25, 2010 6:24 pm

I just use the parts that I've always used, recode, vision, disk copy, and cd speed and they all work like before so never really messed with the presets I guess. I know they have a guy that comes in here every so often and helps folks and things so maybe you need to look him up in here and make a point of asking him directly as he's been very helpful in the past.
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Re: a question

Postby coonsanders on Tue May 25, 2010 6:29 pm

hi dart

i know who he is and ive asked him and he doesnt respond reguarding it..

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Re: a question

Postby SithTracy on Tue May 25, 2010 10:18 pm

Nero is back to old form... I'm like Dartman... I use the pieces I need... Always was a fan of Burning ROM's interface. That said, I still use ImgBurn a lot too -- I'm familiar with it now... I just don't think in a few years anyone will be burning much CD/DVD/Blu-Ray media. My opinion.

Still, you should be able to find a decent deal on the Nero suite and you will likely find good uses for it because of its general ease of use. Now that it is less bloated on a selective install, it is worth the disc space it consumes. Is Nero back? Well, it never really left... it just got lost along the way. I think they finally listened to their users. It's just going to be hard to win some of them back... Give the Trial a go Lenny and see for yourself... You might be glad you did.
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Re: a question

Postby coonsanders on Wed May 26, 2010 6:06 am

hi tracy

i already have nero 10..i use goldwave too cand to put the tunes into the computer nero is easier.with goldwave to have to find the "highs" in a record which is a pain.in this way nero is better.but i think goldwave offers better editing tools..my take anyway.

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