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Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Nero Vision Application Receives Blu-ray 'Direct to Disc' Certification


BD-RE/BD-AV Direct to Disc certification guarantees video recording of self-encoded stream formats (SESF) to Blu-ray discs with full resolution.

Nero today announced it has received BD-RE/BD-AV Direct to Disc certification for its Nero Vision application. With this certification, Nero 7, the company?s digital media software suite in which Nero Vision resides, guarantees consumers that the software is fully compatible with Blu-ray Disc specifications.

Nero Vision enables the recording of video content directly onto rewriteable Blu-ray Discs (BD-RE). Video may be recorded directly from a DV camcorder or video inputs on the customer?s PC in real time. Discs recorded in BD-AV format can contain up to 6 hours of full-quality video on a single layer 25GB rewritable BD-RE.

Blu-ray Disc compatible applications already found in the Nero 7 software suite today include Nero Burning ROM and Nero Express, which enable Blu-ray Disc data recording on BD-R/RE media and the creation of 1:1 copies of any unprotected BD media. Consumers can also take advantage of the capacity of Blu-ray Disc with Nero?s BackItUp data backup, InCD packet writing and toolkit applications.


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