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Wednesday, July 27, 2005
NeroLINUX to Offer Layer-Jump Recording Support


New version offers enhanced features, user interface improvements and the respected Nero burning engine.

Nero announced the release of NeroLINUX 2.0.0.2. This upgraded version of Nero?s Linux OS solution for CD/DVD Burning features Layer-Jump Recording (LJR), DVD-Video and miniDVD mastering, user interface improvements like selectable ISO track recording options and assignable sounds that alert the user to the burn process results.

NeroLINUX offers the first ever LINUX-based Layer-Jump Recording software, which enables multisession burning, improved read compatibility and a memory capacity of up to 8.5 GB dual-layer DVDR media. The software allows data to be added to a disc over several burning sessions.

?Nero is proud to be known for constantly improving and upgrading our software, and NeroLINUX is no exception,? said Jim Corbett, Executive Director of Nero AG. ?Providing the LINUX community with a feature never before offered to them, Layer-Jump Recording is the beginning of a lot of firsts for loyal NeroLINUX users.?

New features offered include Layer-Jump Recording, an improved GUI based interface, DVD-Video and miniDVD mastering, selectable ISO track recording options and assignable sounds that alert the user to the burn process results. In addition, the current NeroLINUX already supports burning data and disc images to CDs/DVDs (ISO9660, UDF and UDF/ISO9660 Bridge), Bootable CDs/DVDs, Audio CDs with CD text, Mixed Mode CDs, CD-EXTRA, Multisession CD/DVDs and Double Layer DVDs. It is provided as a standard Linux package in RPM or DEB.

Supported 32-bit distributions include Red Hat 7.2, 7.3, 8.0, 9.0 and Enterprise Linux 3.0, SuSE 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 9.0, 9.1 and 9.2, Debian 3.0 and in future 3.1.

For more information and free trial downloads visit http://nerolinux.nero.com. Registered full versions of Nero 6 get NeroLINUX for free.


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