Stacy's Picks: Ashampoo Burning Studio
|Published:||Dec 11, 2013|
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|Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 is a rock-stable, powerful burning software to burn, backup and...|
Ashampoo Burning Studio is an award-winning application that lets you backup or burn files to Blu-ray, CD or DVD like a pro! It's fast, it's simple, it's full of all the features you might come to expect plus some you might not, all in a compact package!
Whether you want to rip a CD or copy a DVD, create a music CD or play your favorite songs on an MP3 player, show off your photos with a slideshow, watch a movie on your laptop, or send home videos to grandma, this software has you covered. Ashampoo provides a clean, easy-to-navigate interface and well-written help files that are sure to appeal to the novice and expert alike.
Why risk losing important documents and files if your computer components should fail unexpectedly when it's such an easy process to back them up with Ashampoo Burning Studio 12? Compressed backups of your essential files and folders can be password encrypted and stored to a local or external hard drive, CD, DVD or Blu-Ray Disc. Ashampoo offers a preview before you burn; it also let's you erase rewritable discs, as well as create modified copies of discs should you ever desire to include additional files. Then, the contents can be restored to their original location or to the custom location of your choosing at any time.
What's more, Ashampoo Burning Studio walks you through the process of designing and printing custom covers. Import your own images from scanner, camera, or local file, or simply download an image from the Internet via URL. Ashampoo has a number of presets and templates available for different sized cases, covers, booklets and labels. This solid, all-in-one burning software outperforms many of it's competitors — this ripping and burning app has everything you need to produce and publish media for personal and professional use. Try it yourself free for 30 days!
Stacy Reed is Tucows' resident software librarian and editor. She has been reviewing PC and mobile software as well as web services for over a decade. Helping developers improve and promote their products is only one of her areas of expertise. Stacy is also an advocate for Open Source, Creative Commons and freeware, taking special interest in educational resources, social media, cloud sharing, and mobile technology.