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Product Features:

* Nero Mobile
* Nero Sipps
* Nero Burning ROM
* Nero Express
* Nero Home
* Nero MediaHome
* Nero ShowTime
* Nero Vision
* Nero Recode
* Nero BackItUp
* Nero SoundTrax
* Nero WaveEditor
* InCD

Compatible with Windows 2000 / XP / Vista

Nero 7 Premium Reloaded is an above-average software suite with a tool to suit most tasks

Manufacturer's Description
Along with Nero's award-winning CD and DVD burning capabilities in Nero 7 Premium Reloaded, you can now enjoy the benefits of Blu-ray and HD DVD disc data recording technology, which are fast becoming the industry standard in high density digital media compression and recording. Convert your files to your preferred format and store up to 58 normal-sized CDs on one high density disc with any of Nero's five burning and back-up applications.

Nero 7 is the industry-leading all-in-one solution for the management of data, audio, video, photo, and TV content. In addition to easily managing their digital files from the comfort of their living rooms, users can now create compelling entertainment experiences that can be enjoyed outside of the house.

Nero Mobile
Now take Nero technology with you anywhere you go! With Nero Mobile, your mobile phone, PDA, PMP, and other portable digital media devices let you show photos, listen to music, and watch videos at work, at the gym, on the train, in your car&anywhere.

Nero Sipps
Make unlimited free PC to PC calls via the Internet with Nero Sipps. Reduce your home and business phone bills with one simple solution. VoIP is the new era of phone communication for PC to PC as well as landline and cellular phones.

Full MP3 and mp3PRO support with Nero 7 Premium Reloaded
Convert your entire music collection to MP3 or mp3PRO! Now you can change unlimited amounts of digital songs into MP3 and mp3PRO format to enjoy at home, at the beach, during a study break, and everywhere you go. Not sure if you'll be in the mood for Mozart or Metallica? Pack every option onto your digital media player with unlimited MP3 and mp3PRO support from Nero 7 Premium Reloaded.

Your complete media center solution now comes with burning support
With Nero Home, you can easily access, watch, and burn all of your digital media files from the comfort of your living room using a remote control. Enjoy streaming TV, TV time-shifting, TV recording, DVD, video, photo, and audio playback support. Now Nero Home offers TV Picture in Picture (PiP) full-screen display for simultaneous recording and viewing.

Improved video authoring features
Nero Vision lets you be your own video and audio editor! Insert smooth transitions in your music and video files. Clean up background noise or use the simple image-editing utility to retouch photos with an array of filters and effects. Create professional DVDs for friends and family by customizing 2D and animated 3D menu templates.

Cheapest price on the web, £40+ elsewhere + 4% Quidco Cashback

£16.41 delivered if used in conjunction with 5% voucher and 4% Quidco.
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#1
I hate nero but thats got to be a good deal. Voted hot
#2
i got a dvdrw from pcworld long time back and they gave me free nero and power dvd player for free.
#3
monkeybrains
i got a dvdrw from pcworld long time back and they gave me free nero and power dvd player for free.


You probably received Nero Essentials which is cut down version of the full product in this deal.
#4
God I hate Nero!
But if you have to its a good price I guess!
#5
Could you use this to upgrade to v8 premium and if so how much would it be?
#6
t4v
Could you use this to upgrade to v8 premium and if so how much would it be?


Nero 8 isn't much of an upgrade, it's mainly cosmetical changes and not really worth upgrading from 7, especially at this low price.

But to answer your question, you would be better off buying the cheaper 'Essentials' version for a few quid from somewhere like eBay then upgrade to the full product on-line which is on offer at the moment for £38. It's £48 to buy it without upgrading.
#7
Why not just dump Windows - use Ubuntu which has an extremely similar user interface - then all the software mentioned has equivalent versions entirely free - like 99.9% of the other software too.

Its more stable, runs faster, there are virtually no viruses for it - and its all FREE!!!!!!

http://www.ubuntu.com

FREEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now did you get that - FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#8
ibiza
Why not just dump Windows - use Ubuntu which has an extremely similar user interface - then all the software mentioned has equivalent versions entirely free - like 99.9% of the other software too.

Its more stable, runs faster, there are virtually no viruses for it - and its all FREE!!!!!!

http://www.ubuntu.com

FREEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now did you get that - FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Myself and many of my friends are thinking about switching to Ubuntu to avoid horrible Vista. Hope there won't be too many problems.
banned#9
ibiza;2190268
Why not just dump Windows - use Ubuntu which has an extremely similar user interface - then all the software mentioned has equivalent versions entirely free - like 99.9% of the other software too.

Its more stable, runs faster, there are virtually no viruses for it - and its all FREE!!!!!!

http://www.ubuntu.com

FREEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now did you get that - FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just wish ubuntu was as easy to use as windows! All that command line installs etc would drive me mad.

Can you tell me a good linux program that converts divx to dvd with menus etc?
#10
pet2000
Myself and many of my friends are thinking about switching to Ubuntu to avoid horrible Vista. Hope there won't be too many problems.


You can give it a try first - download the Ubuntu 8.04 disk - then if you boot up from it without installing it - it will run as a live disk and you can see how it goes on your machine before installing it normally. Remember the installed version is faster.

You can also get any questions answered quite quickly on the ubuntu forum.



csiman
Just wish ubuntu was as easy to use as windows! All that command line installs etc would drive me mad.

Can you tell me a good linux program that converts divx to dvd with menus etc?


Virtually all mainstream software will install itself from a list you search to select it from. To estimate the number of programs - i scrolled through it counting until it appeared I was about 10% through the list - and there were over 300 to reach that - so presumably over 3000 will install themselves. Other software not on the list (such as opera Originally) install themselves too without command line entries.

So realistically - if you are using windows at a level that would require command line entries in Ubuntu - then it probably would not be must of a challenge to you (as you will probably be running DOS or typing "run ...." on windows already.

I have many TV programmes I had downloaded from thebox.bz (invariably DivX and Xvid) that I had copied to VCD - mainly for people who missed programmes. I currently have that machine in bits, and will send you the details when I get the drive in a machine again. I dont really copy DVDs as you said - other than DVD to DVD, but will have a shot at it later.

The disk writer was called K3B - but I cannot remember what I used to change the format (although I know an all in package to do it from start to finish is being written).

However - I go on holiday tomorrow - and get back at the end of June - so don't hold your breath.
banned#11
ibiza;2190948
You can give it a try first - download the Ubuntu 8.04 disk - then if you boot up from it without installing it - it will run as a live disk and you can see how it goes on your machine before installing it normally. Remember the installed version is faster.

You can also get any questions answered quite quickly on the ubuntu forum.





Virtually all mainstream software will install itself from a list you search to select it from. To estimate the number of programs - i scrolled through it counting until it appeared I was about 10% through the list - and there were over 300 to reach that - so presumably over 3000 will install themselves. Other software not on the list (such as opera Originally) install themselves too without command line entries.

So realistically - if you are using windows at a level that would require command line entries in Ubuntu - then it probably would not be must of a challenge to you (as you will probably be running DOS or typing "run ...." on windows already.

I have many TV programmes I had downloaded from thebox.bz (invariably DivX and Xvid) that I had copied to VCD - mainly for people who missed programmes. I currently have that machine in bits, and will send you the details when I get the drive in a machine again. I dont really copy DVDs as you said - other than DVD to DVD, but will have a shot at it later.

The disk writer was called K3B - but I cannot remember what I used to change the format (although I know an all in package to do it from start to finish is being written).

However - I go on holiday tomorrow - and get back at the end of June - so don't hold your breath.

Thanks v much for that. I'll give it a go.

Have a good hol :thumbsup:
#12
Does UBUNTU do wireless yet? Couldn't get 7 to recognise my wireless adaptor, and couldn't get my head round all the installation stuff...otherwise I thought Ubuntu was pretty good, its set as dual boot on here, only use when running on wires.

Hot deal on the Nero...I use the free version offered by computeractive a while ago.
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