Burn media files with Ashampoo Burning Studio 9 for PCby Maire Rowland
Ashampoo Burning Studio 9 is a complete recording suite for CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray discs for PC that will let you create and burn your customized discs in a jiffy.
This is a program gives you the option of recording or burning all sorts of content, such as videos, music, data and documents. You can also burn disc images and record movies on DVD so that they are compatible with any player. Using it is simple: you just drag the files you want to include to the program’s exploration window, and in two clicks the job is done. This particular version includes a new movie editor and player, which is incredibly useful when it comes to burning movies onto DVDs. You can create your own custom movie before you even burn it to a disc, and then check to make sure it plays correctly.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 9 features a super simple user interface. It is pleasant to look at and uncluttered, with all important options and menus right up front where you can find them easily. Tools are labelled in a concise way that still provides the user with plenty of information about the specific tool. So there is no need to have an IT friend come over and decipher things for you as no confusing tech language is used!
This is definitely a tool that offers the basic options required to take full advantage of your recording device. It can handle most any media file as long as it isn’t AVCHD or Blu-ray and with the new movie editor you can be sure to burn a great video. There have been tons of usability problems resolved, and other improvements can be seen as well. For instance, MP3 CDs can be burned with files of many different formats, so you don’t have to convert any files first or try to find the right one.
Download a free trial of Ashampoo Burning Studio 9 for PC and burn anything you want.
- Easy to use
- Clean interface
- New movie editor and player
- MP3 CDs can be made with any file format
- Burn data and documents as well
- Does not support AVCHD or Blu-ray
- 40-day trial