Reviews and Problems with Nero Multimedia Suite 10
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Nero Multimedia Suite 10: Nero BackItUp
16 October 2010
Summary: People have always been able to use Nero to back up their content on discs manually, but with Nero BackItUp, the process has been greatly streamlined. The latest Nero BackItUp comes as a part of Nero Multimedia Suite, and is a quite useful application for those seeking a backup solution.
Pros: Simple to use, Supports syncing in addition to backup, Supports multiple targets
Cons: Supports only own backup service and FTP for online backup, Not as integrated with the system as dedicated backup applications
Summary: Nero MediaHub is Nero’s solution for organizing and playing your media files. The media organization features of the applications are however quite limited. You can only create slideshows of images and videos, and create playlists of Music.
Pros: Simple yet rich interface, Integrated support for playing Audio / video files and discs and viewing images, Simple interface for quickly publishing content to discs / online, Uses Windows 7 Libraries feature for media
Cons: Very few media management features, Inconsistent approach, no video playlists supported, video slideshows instead, No BluRay playback support (costs extra)
Summary: Now comes the juicy multimedia bits. Nero Multimedia Suite 10 features Nero Vision as the central application for editing videos. Nero Vision 10 retains the old Wizard-based interface for editing videos while improving application in several key areas.
Pros: Easy-to-use Widard based interface, Supports large number of import and export formats and media (optical disc, hard disc, online), Includes powerful multi-track video editor, Supports many quick editing actions such as themes, Supports GPU acclerated encoding, Supports Smart encoding of only edi...
Cons: Stability problems, espcially with incomplete / damaged video and higher-than-HD video, Video rendering processes often take a long time to start, Cannot import copy-protected content
Summary: Despite being sidelined by the newer multimedia features in the suite, Nero Burning ROM is still a solid application. It continues to come in two versions, the simple to use, wizard-based, but less powerful Nero Express, and the full-fledged powerful, but comparatively more difficult to use Nero...
Pros: Unique DiscSpan feature, SecurDisc allows advanced data protection and authentication for discs, Extensive control over disc burning, Nero Express wizard-based interface available
Cons: Complicated interface, even for Express, Does not support creating Video CD / DVD / BluRay compilation from video files
Nero Multimedia Suite 10 Intermediate Editing Software Reviewed
29 September 2010
Summary: An acceptable video editor for the beginner. Much more than just a video editor, however, the average home user will find that Nero's Multimedia Suite 10 provides the ability to perform a great many tasks at a very reasonable price.
Pros: Strong burning and backup utilities., Good variety of applications to handle wide array of project needs., Great value for the price.
Cons: Would like to see a consistent interface across all applications., Would benefit from a more intuitive workflow., Had to search manuals and online to complete some tasks that should have been fairly straightforward.
While Nero Multimedia Suite 10 still comprises a number of individual components, unbundled versions of major components are now available
Good Gear Guide.au
30 September 2010
Summary: Nero's exceedingly powerful burning suite Nero Multimedia Suite 10 continues to offer innovations, like its MediaHub for organising, editing, and playing content; but it continues to be slightly hampered by interface challenges.
The new version of Nero adds in Blu-ray recording, new video features
Good Gear Guide.au
29 September 2010
Summary: Nero's exceedingly powerful burning suite adds Blu-ray movie playback and creation, the Move It plug-in for converting media for use on mobile devices, and improved video editing; but interface challenges continue to hamper it.
Pros: Tonnes of features, Blu-ray movie playback and creation, improved video editing, convenient new MediaHub organiser/player/editor
Cons: Unattractive interface in some spots, unintuitive workflow in older modules