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Friday, December 05, 2003
Nero Recode 2

1. Introduction

Nero Recode 2 software - Page 01

Introduction

Ahead announced the second version of the very promising solution for fast transcoding and burning of DVD-Video titles a couple of weeks ago. Today we have the chance to take a look to the first Beta version of the software. Nero Recode 2 offers importing, transcoding and burning of non CSS-encrypted DVD Videos, while you can keep the original menu, select desired video titles, audio tracks, and subtitles. An advanced fit-to-disc option as well as an integrated movie player makes it a very powerful tool in your hands. The basic features/capabilities are the following:

  • Copy Entire DVD to DVD

Recode an entire non-copy-protected dual layer DVD movie. Create a backup on a standard 4.7 GB DVD media or your Hard Disk. Thus you can select which subtitle, audio, and video contents you want and remove the others, keeping the original menu.

  • Copy DVD to Nero Digital

Convert parts from different DVD sources to Nero Digital (MPEG-4) format. Trim videos, choose one audio track and subtitle and stores them on a standard 700 MB CD media or your Hard Disk.

  • Remake a DVD

Create your own DVD using parts from different DVD sources. You can remove audio and subtitle you don't want, trim videos and recode the contents so that it fits on a standard 4.7 GB DVD media.

Important note: The program is compatible with no-copy-protected movies.

In the following pages we offer a brief presentation of the software as well as the basic steps for some essential tasks through Nero Recode 2.




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