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Try burning a CD or DVD with some programs, and you'll be immediately drowned in options. UDF or UDF/ISO? Which UDF partition type would you like? Do you need DVD-Video compatibility? How about file caching? If this often seems unnecessarily complicated, then you might like to give Ashampoo Burning Studio 2005 a try, instead: it simplifies CD and DVD burning by stripping out the rarely-used extras, leaving just the core features you need.
If you want to create an audio CD, say, then one click takes you to the " Edit Playlist" screen. You can then specify which audio files to use (MP3, WAV, Ogg Vorbis and WMA formats are supported), or drag and drop files across from Explorer. Click Next > Write CD/DVD, and that's it.
Other options follow much the same pattern. To create a data CD or DVD, for instance, just choose that entry from the opening menu, drag and drop in the files or folders you need, then burn them to disc in a couple of mouse clicks. It's just as easy to update that disc later, copy a disc, or create an MP3 CD/DVD.
Don't think this simplicity means Burning Studio 2005 is lacking in features, though. Tracks on your audio CD have their volume normalised by default, for instance (although you can disable this if you like). And you can verify data discs when writing, burn in Disc At Once mode (or not), finalise a disc or modify it across several sessions, and more. Plenty of control, then, but Ashampoo ensure these extra options never get in your way, so your disc burning activities are always as straightforward and speedy as possible.
Note ignore the reference to 'time limited demo' on this page. You can obtain your full serial code from within the application. To do this, follow the instructions during installation, or within the program, click Internet > Register.