NeroLINUX is flexible graphical application to assist in burning writable CDs and DVDs in many formats. It supports all types of internal and external recorders that are supported by the API of the established Nero application for Windows. It features kernel optimizations for both 2.4 and 2.6 kernels, digital audio extraction, FreeDB support, and USB hotplugging. Video editing capabilities are not yet included.
|Tags||Boot Archiving multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Writing CD Ripping Software Distribution|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: An improved wizard was added. Blu-ray support was expanded, with enhanced Blu-ray Disc defect management for higher burning speeds and ISO 9660 file system support for the compilation of Blu-ray data discs. Support for Musepack and AIFF audio formats was added. Creation of bootable discs was made easier.
Release Notes: Cyclic symbolic links are now detected when compiling a disk. An exception when upgrading from a 32-bit to a 64-bit package has been eliminated.
Release Notes: Various SELinux issues in Fedora 10 were resolved. The MIME icons displayed under KDE 4 were corrected.
Release Notes: A command line option to check the license status was added. Various license handling related glitches were resolved. The installation scripts were updated to work correctly with the "Add/Remove Software" tool of the Asus EeePC. A crash that occurred when erasing a rewritable disc that is not supported by the recorder was fixed. A crash that occurred when burning multisession discs on specific SATA recorders was fixed. The "--medium-type" command line argument now lets you restrict the media types. Weird characters no longer occur in the logfile after a "Queue again later" message.
Release Notes: Support for the generation of playlists from ripped Audio CDs was added. The Nero Digital Audio+ plugin is now also included in the 64-bit package. The temporary folder location is now intelligently determined by required and available size. Several minor bugs were fixed.