Ashampoo has released the Burning Studio 10, the latest version of the company's data, audio and video burning software.
In short, the new Burning Studio 10 features a completely redesigned DVD and Blu-ray video disc editor, an autoplay editor for data discs as well as an integrated audio player. In addition, the software supports burning of Blu-ray video discs in HD and Full HD (720p und 1080p).
The main focus of this new version is even better authoring capabilities for building video and audio discs using the latest formats.
The audio and video authoring features have been completely overhauled, adding many new features and capabilities. Burning Studio 10 offers a new player to preview the entire interactive disc menu directly in the editor. The integrated movie player for previewing video tracks has also been updated, including an attractive new design.
The new DVD and Blu-ray video disc editor creates self designed or automatically generated user menus. For example, it?s possible to use different themes and background music for each menu page.
Using the Autoplay Editor it?s simple to burn data discs with interactive, multi-page menus, that start automatically when the disc is inserted. The user gets a full-featured graphical editor for building menus.
The integrated Audio Player now plays audio files and audio CDs directly within Ashampoo Burning Studio 10. This is very useful when you?re building audio discs, enabling you to check tracks quickly without switching programs. Other new audio functions include for example ripping tracks from multiple CDs one after another, automatic copying of ripped tracks to correct folders (artist or title) and the support of 24-bit and 32-bit audio tracks for music CDs (up to 44.1kHz).
Ashampoo Burning Studio 10 runs on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and costs 49.99 USD (single license). A free test version (75.04 MB) for 10 days is available at www.ashampoo.com/
on the website. After an online registration the trial period can be extended by 20 days.