Over the years, one application has clearly risen above its competition through its constant addition and improvement of data burning related features. Ashampoo Burning Studio hasn’t been bloated with redundant modules, nor has it failed to stay up to date with the latest technologies. Today, you can start using this app completely free of charge.
Ashampoo Burning Studio can be used for basic tasks: you can create a new data disk (with or without autostart), update an existing disc or use it to backup and restore your files and folders.
Multimedia options are also available: Ashampoo Burning Studio makes it easy to burn both audio and video files on your CD/DVD/BD.
If you’re trying to burn your music, several options are available, depending on the device you plan on using the disc. Therefore, you can use Ashampoo Burning Studio to copy your music to the disc, but it can also create audio CDs for normal CD players, MP3 discs for players with MP3 support only and, of course, WMA discs for player that only provide WMA support.
On the other hand, if you’re burning movies, Ashampoo Burning Studio will also cover most of your needs. For example, if you’ve stored your DVDs and BDs on your hard drive, you can now burn them on a disc with just a few clicks. Creating a Video CD (VCD) or Super Video CD (SVCD) is also possible, in case playback will be performed on players which only support these formats.
Ashampoo Burning Studio can also be used to copy discs, erase them or, more importantly, handle disc images. Using this app, you can easily burn, browse or even create disc images (from either a CD/DVD or a project).
Last, but not least, Ashampoo Burning Studio also includes a few bonus modules that come in handy. So, you can use it to either rip audio CDs or design and print covers, labels and booklets for your discs.