Ashampoo Burning Studio 14.0.5

Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 is the result of over 14 years of experience in developing burning and multimedia software. Easier to use, more powerful and totally reliable - experience the best Burning Studio ever made!

  • Burn your files, music, photos and videos to CD, DVD and Blu-ray disc
  • Backup and protect sensitive data with file encryption
  • Make perfect copies of your CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs
  • Author and create movie and slideshow discs in HD quality
  • Create audio discs and design your own booklets and covers
  • Browse and create disc images

New Features
Protect sensitive data against prying eyes with disc encryption
You're private data should remain exactly that, private! Ashampoo Burning Studio has built in industry-standard disc encryption so your data stays accessible only to you.

Rip audio discs in style
During disc ripping, Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 automatically find the best cover artwork for your tracks so you don't have to.

Backup mobile devices at the click of a button
With Ashampoo Burning Studio 14, you no longer have to manually copy files such as images from your tablet or smartphone to your PC. Just plug it and click - Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 will do the work. All common devices including Android and Apple smartphones and tablets (iPod, iPhone, iPad) are supported.

Get work done quicker with powerful user interface enhancements
Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 includes numerous enhancements that make your life easier. This includes smart file chooser dialogs that display only files relevant to the current task, virtual tree structures that provide a hierarchy view for folders to be burned and various other enhancements.

Download: Ashampoo Burning Studio 14.0.5 | 170.0 MB (Shareware)
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I use this if I want something done quick and easy with very good quality. And the upgrade price is reasonable when they come out with new versions.

If you ask me they come out with too many new versions that you have to pay for. Once a year is enough but twice? Come on, that's too many. They act like all they care about is the money.

We need more money. Throw a new coat of paint on it and call it a new version and make people pay for it.

I've been using Ashampoo since version 7 and it has they have never released a new version twice a year. They skipped No. 13. They release updates (like this) now and then.

wow time flies the last version of this I used was 9.0 because they were giving it out for free around here for a while. I do not have an optical drive any longer as i really have no use for one but its still nice software.