German software manufacturer Ashampoo today released the 12th edition of Ashampoo Burning Studio.
Alongside full Windows 8 compatibility, Ashampoo Burning Studio 12 offers many enhancements. The software supports burning of data, audio or video files in all common formats to CD, DVD or Blu-ray discs including the most recent Blu-ray multi-layer discs (BDXL). With the Disc-Spanning feature you can also store large data volumes across several discs.
The software will allow you to create slideshows, design booklets and covers or back up your files, rip audio to FLAC and OGG format, normalize audio tracks and add sound effects using the built-in equalizer.
On top of these familiar features, the software launces fast, it has been optimized to handle and support cloud storage services, offers easy customization of
multimedia content and comes with numerous menu templates, themes and disc covers as well as expert features that target disc images and bootable discs.
Ashampoo is offering a 30-day trial of a full-version of the program. After that, new users may obtain a permanent license key for $49.99. Users of a previous Burning Studio product may purchase an upgrade license key for $19.99.