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MP3 Net Burner is a software used for writing
audio CDs. The main feature of the software is that it can create a compilation
using the mp3 files from the beginning that is there is no need for converting
the files into wav before burning. Then, with only a button press, it proceeds
to the writing of the CD. So it is obvious that its important feature is that
it eliminates the time needed to decode the mp3 files into wav files; this is
done with the press of the Burn CD Now button.
The downloadable file from the web site is very small (1.3mb)
and this gives an additional advantage for users with slow Internet connections.
It is not freeware, but it is fully functional for four times. In case the user
desires to continue the use of the program a license should be purchased.
The Registration Screen where the user is prompted to enter the registration
codes or to continue the use of the trial version
When the user wants to purchase a registration code,
the process is as simple as pressing a button at the bottom of the window a
photo of which appears above. When the registration process is completed the
user needs to complete the right Customer Number and Registration
Code. If the registration codes are valid the following screenshot appears.
Successful Registration of MP3-Burner software
MP3-Burner provides the option for editing the MP3
TAGS, and one step before the burning of the CD, it opens an Internet
Explorer window with the contents of the CD. This can be printed changing the
page setup options to the desired ones. It is a feature that helps non-experienced
users to make the necessary changes they want without struggling.
The program needs an ASPI layer to work. In this version the ASPI layer is
included and the program can work in Win NT / 2K perfectly as in Win 9x / ME
as well. Fortunately, there was no problem with the ASPI layer that is included
in the software, with other software installed on a machine. Being more accurate,
we would like to mention here that Ahead Nero Burning Rom as well as CloneCD
were both installed on the testing machine and nothing conflicting between the
software took place. The wnaspi32.dll file was included in the software package
so no problem existed not even for launching of the application not even for
the other software that is installed on the same PC. The system itself was particularly