Burn files from online locations: Facebook, Dropbox, Flickr and Picasa
Ashampoo has whipped up a new version for their disc burning suite. Burning Studio 11 has just been launched and brings to the table some pretty cool new features which, as incredible as it may sound, cannot be qualified as bloatware.Besides improvements to the old features, the new release sports a redesigned interface and extends disc burning possibilities to files stored online or on external devices (smartphones, digital cameras). Currently supported online repositories include Facebook, Dropbox, Flickr and Picasa.
Rendering or encoding videos should run faster, as the suite now comes with native multi-core process support. Another improvement in the case of DVD and Blu-ray disc authoring is the ability to adjust the duration of the audio track in the menu.
The newly introduced “compact mode” allows you to start disc burning jobs by dropping files into a widget window. You can view it in the image gallery below the article.
You can check out the full changelog on this page.
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