Ashampoo Burning Studio 11 is compatible with Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and Dropbox. These features are part of the updated file dialog that lets you access and burn all available content - whether it's stored online, on a hard drive, or on a digital camera, smartphone or other external medium.
The new Compact Mode with its up-to-date design is always available on the desktop and includes the most important functions for anyone who wants to burn data quickly. With the software's multi-core support, you can achieve higher speeds for much faster burning results when preparing video contents.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 11 also lets you build DVDs and Blu-ray discs and generate your menus automatically or design and edit them yourself.
Familiar functions of Ashampoo Burning Studio like audio ripping and burning and creating covers and labels have also been enhanced with new features. For example, the latest version lets you burn playlists to discs in a variety of formats, export track lists as files and normalize volume levels on audio files. And with special functions that let you preview text while editing, automatically convert it into a circular format - concave or convex, as required - creating covers and labels with Ashampoo.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 11 can be downloaded (176 MB) at www.burningstudio.com; a 30-day trial version is available free of charge. It runs on the Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems and costs €49.99 (upgrade €19.99).