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Nero Digital is a Codec. Basically the Codec adopts the MPEG-4 standard but has some extensions, e.g. Subtitles, chapter creation, 2 Audio-streams and navigation (soon). It is our reaction to the MPEG-4 Standards but it is 100 % standard compliant, including MPEG-4 Part 10, AVC [Advanced Video Coding or H.264]. According to this, it is a perfect position to use the vantages of the HD Technologie of the next generation, including HD-DVD, Blu-ray, VOD and HD broadcasting. It contains MPEG-4 ASP (Advanced Simple Profile) video as well, like DivX and Apple; MPEG-4 AAC audio like iTunes and 3GP mobile; using the MP4 file container. Compared to the DivX format which uses its own containers, the Codec is technologicaly seen very free – equally opposed to Microsoft, Real and Apple with its own DRM (Digital Rights Management) extensions. In principle, files created with Nero Digital are supported by a wide range of Hardware and Software if the MPEG-4 standard was followed. That is why Nero Digital does extremely fit to the future, especially if you consider that both HD-DVD and Blu-ray together with VC-1 [Windows Media 9] have adopted AVC as obligatory Codecs for the next DVD-Generation.
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Follow the steps below:
• Try to click the “Play” button again.
• Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
• Still not working? Please contact our technical support.
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Please contact technical support.
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Yes. Right click on the “fast forward” button and select “0.5x forward speed”.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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This can happen when the display is connected via HDMI. At the end of the NVidia 3D setup, the option “Set a 3D resolution when setup is finished” will be displayed. Uncheck that option before finishing the wizard. If the setup has already finished, change your Windows screen resolution manually, by right clicking on the desktop, and setting the “Screen resolution” to “1920 x 1080”.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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Nero Vision supports the following formats:

Audio formats and codecs

  • Advanced Audio Coding (AAC, M4A)

  • Dolby Digital (AC3)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4)

  • Nero Digital (MP4)

  • Recource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE)

  • Windows Media Audio (WMA)



TV formats

  • National Television Systems Committee (NTSC)

  • Phase Alternating Line (PAL)




Video formats and codecs

  • Advanced Streaming Format (ASF)

  • Audio Video Interleave (AVI, NVAVI)

  • Digital Video (DV)

  • Flash Video (FLV)

  • Hard Disc Camera Movie (MOD)

  • Microsoft Digital Video Recording (DVR-MS)

  • Digital Video Express (DIVX)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-2 (MPG, MPEG, M2P, M2T, M2V, DAT, TOD)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4)

  • Nero Digital (MP4, ND)

  • QuickTime Movie (MOV)

  • Video Object (VOB)

  • Windows Media Video (WMV)



Image formats

  • Bitmap (BMP)

  • Device Independent Bitmaps (DIB)

  • Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)

  • Joint Photografic Expert Group (JPG, JPEG)

  • Picture Exchange (PCX)

  • Portable Network Graphics (PNG)

  • Portable Pixel Map (PPM)

  • Targa Image File (TGA)

  • Tagged Image File Format (TIFF, TIF)

  • Windows Media File (WMF)

  • Word Perfect Graphic Bitmap (WPG)



Disc Image formats

  • CUE

  • ISO

  • NRG

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Depending on the size and bitrate of the original file, you are able to compress your video so that it will fit onto a standard DVD-5, but with restrictions. Nero Vision can compress your Videos so that a Project may fit onto a DVD-5.

In general it is possible to encode up to 2 hours of video onto a DVD-5 (4.38GB) with standard quality (Standard Play; 5073 kbit/s).

If you create a Project with higher quality/bitrate, disc space will be reduced.
Nero Vision always tries to fit a Project onto a DVD-5 medium (4.38 GB) if automatic compression is chosen. That is if you are creating a project with e.g. 8000 kbit/s bitrate (high quality), you will be able to burn about 1 hour Video onto a standard DVD-5 without losing quality. If you reduce the bitrate to Standard play (5073kbit/s), quality will be reduced as well but you will be able to burn double-lenght of Video onto the same medium. If you reduce the bitrate to Extended Play (2537 kbit/s) which is approximately the same quality as for a SVCD, you will even be able to burn about 4 hours of Video onto a Standard DVD-5. Maximum reduction of the bitrate (1691 kbit/s; Super long play) is equivalent to the bitrate of a VCD. With these settings choosen, you will be able to burn about 6 hours of Video onto a DVD. To assure the compability of the project, it is unfortunately not possible to burn more Video onto a DVD-5.

Please note that this information does only refer to the Videostream. Selection of the Audio quality and original Audio stream do affect the available disc space in the same way.
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It is possible to export every file type which is supported by Nero Vision to Nero Digital.
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Nero ShowTime supports the following formats:

Disk types

  • CD

  • DVD


You can find more information on Blu-ray support at
www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=416

Disc formats

  • Audio CD

  • Mixed mode CDs

  • CD EXTRA

  • Video CD (VCD)

  • miniDVD

  • Audiobook CD



Audio formats and codecs

  • Advanced Audio Coding (AAC, M4A, MP4)

  • Audible Audiobook (AA)

  • Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF, AIF)

  • Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDA)

  • Dolby Digital (AC3)

  • Dolby Surround

  • Musical Instrumental Digital Interface (MIDI, MID)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 2 (MP2)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group - 1 Audio Layer 1/2/3 (MPA)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4)

  • Nero Digital (MP4)

  • OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGM)

  • Recource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE)

  • Windows Media Audio (WMA)



DRM-protected media formats

  • Windows Media Audio Digital Rights Management (WMA-DRM)

  • Windows Media Video Digital Rights Management (WMV-DRM)

  • Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)



TV formats

  • National Television Systems Committee (NTSC)

  • Phase Alternating Line (PAL)



Video formats and codecs

  • Advanced Streaming Format (ASF)

  • Audio Video Interleave (AVI)

  • Advanced Video Coding/H.264 (BSF)

  • AviSynth (AVS)

  • Backup File of the IFO (BUP)

  • Digital Video (DV)

  • DVD Movie Info (IFO)

  • Flash Video (FLV)

  • Hard Disc Camera Movie (MOD)

  • Micro MV (MMV)

  • Microsoft Digital Video Recording (DVR-MS)

  • Digital Video Express (DIVX)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-2 (MPG, MPEG, M2T, M2P, M1V, M2V, DAT, TRP, TOD)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4)

  • Nero Digital (MP4)

  • OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGM)

  • QuickTime Movie (MOV)

  • 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GP)

  • Video Object (VOB)

  • Packet Video Audio (PVA)

  • Television Input/Video Output (TIVO)



Formats for Playlists

  • Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer 3 Uniforme Resource Locator/MP3 URL (M3U)

  • Playlists File Format (PLS)

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Nero Vision is the video editing and authoring program that lets you capture your videos from external devices and record them to a variety of popular optical formats including Blu-ray Disc, HD DVD, DVD-Video, AVCHD, VCD, and SVCD. You can create amazing slide shows and cut and edit your own movies with spectacular effects.
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Nero Recode supports the following formats:

Video formats and codecs

  • Advanced Streaming Format (ASF)

  • Audio Video Interleave (AVI, NVAVI)

  • Digital Video (DV)

  • Flash Video (FLV)

  • Hard Disc Camera Movie (MOD)

  • Micro MV (MMV)

  • Microsoft Digital Video Recording (DVR-MS)

  • Digital Video Express (DIVX)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-2 (MPG, MPEG, M2T, M2P, M1V, M2V, DAT, TRP, TOD)

  • Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4)

  • Nero Digital (MP4, ND)

  • OGG Vorbis (OGM)

  • QuickTime Movie (MOV)

  • 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GP)

  • Video Object (VOB)

  • Windows Media Video (WMV)



Subtitle formats

  • SUB

  • SRT

  • SMI

  • SSA

  • ASS

  • PSB

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WMV files are supported by Nero Vision if the latest Codecs for this filetype are installed. To ensure this, please install the latest version of Windows Media Player and Movie Maker.
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Yes, Nero 9 supports archiving HD movies in highest quality AVCHD format (up to 24Mbit/sec), including the full AVCHD menu format to HDD including: USB stick, flash memory card, SD Card and Sony Memory Stick®, even without the use of an optical recorder.
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Nero Recode allows you to recode non-copy-protected DVD movies to DVD or hard drive while maintaining optimal quality. You can recode entire DVDs while retaining the original menus, recode the main movie, or convert DVD movies to Nero Digital™.
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The existence and the number of subtitles depends on the selected Nero Digital Profile.

For every subtitle of the MPEG-4 file, it is possible to select 1 or max. 2 subtitles (or of course no subtitle)

Click on the page 'Subtitles' on the dropdown-button 'Main subtitle track' and select your subtitle or choose 'None', if you do not wish to create subtitles.
Click on the dropdown-button 'Secondary subtitle track' and select your subtitle or choose 'None' if you do not want to add a second subtitle track."
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If you only wish to encode the files without copying the files directly to your PSP, Nero Recode will start transcoding without having the PSP connected to your computer. If you want to copy the files directly to your PSP, the device has to be connected to your computer. Please follow the steps below:

Your PSP must be connected to your PC

  • Please launch Nero Recode 2. The start screen of Nero Recode 2 will appear.

  • Please click on the button Recode DVDs and Videos to Nero Digital in order to transfer DVDs and Videos onto your PSP. The Screen My Nero Digital Disc will appear.

  • Please click on the dropdown menu Profile Category and choose Sony Memory Stick Video so that Nero Recode is able to detect the optimum Playback quality for the video.

  • Please click on the dropdown menu Profile and choose Memory Stick Video (PSP). You will produce smaller files with little quality loss.

  • Click on the button Import files. The window Import Title will be opened.

  • Select the video files you wish to encode and transfer to your PSP.

  • Click on the button Add Title. Nero Recode 2 will automatically fit the video quality to the playback possibilities of the PSP. The first image of the first selected video will be shown.

  • Click on the Button Close. The selected video files are ready for the transfer to the PSP.

  • Select the audio settings under the Tab Audio

  • Please click on the button Next. The Burn Settings screen will appear.

  • Assure that the Sony PSP is selected in the drop down menu Destination. Please select the option „Create Sony Memory Stick folder structure“

  • Please press the button Burn. The encoded videofiles will be directly transfered to your PSP.

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The Advanced Video High Definition is a new file format for HD captures on DVD, memory card or hard drive. Especially new camera modules use high-resolution formats that captureAVCHD in various variants (e.g. 1920x1080i or 1080p). The video material is compressed with the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec. Audio is saved in AC3 (Adaptive Transform Coder 3) format or for the standard NTSC and PAL formats in Linear PCM format.
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The DVD-Video format uses the MPEG-2 video codec for compressing video files onto a DVD. This compression allows a 4.38 GB DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW to hold up to 135 minutes of video with significantly higher quality than that achieved with a VHS video or with a video CD. The disc can be played on most DVD players, which means, for example, that you can store home videos with very high quality. Computer DVD drives with appropriate software can also play DVD-Video. A DVD-DL disc (DL = double layer) doubles the storage capacity of a disc and, as a result, the space for a DVD-Video.
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MOV files (a QuickTime video format) are supported by Nero Vision. It is recommended to install the latest version of QuickTime Player on your system so that Nero Vision is able to access the latest Codecs of QuickTime.
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No. The previously offered Blu-ray/HD DVD Video Plug-in does not work with the latest Nero 9 version. The new Blu-ray Disc Authoring Plug-in for Nero 9 is available as an add-on purchase from the Nero Store. This plug-in provides the necessary tools to create Blu-ray Discs with HD integrated menus and burning Blu-ray Discs for playback on Playstation® 3 and other Blu-ray Disc players.
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The Moving Picture Experts Group defined this industry standard for video and audio codecs. MPEG-4 is the latest MPEG standard for video and audio. MPEG-4 combines several functions from MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and other standards. Nero Digital™ Video and Nero Digital™ Audio are based on this standard.
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The DVD+Video format recording (video mode) is a particular variant of the DVD-Video offering three possibilities missing on DVD-Video:
1) On-the-fly capture of videos on the disc in real time is possible.
2)The data on the disc can later be edited and altered.
3) More video titles can be added if space is still available on the disc. This means that a DVD+VR is similar to a video casette, but of a far superior quality. Once the disc has been finalized, the DVD+VFR format is essentially compatible with DVD-Video and can be played in most DVD players. The storage capacity doubles for burning to a DVD+R DL disc as does the space for the DVD+VR.
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If hardware acceleration is enabled, Nero ShowTime uses the GPU (graphics processing unit) on the graphics card instead of the CPU (central processing unit).
This may result in problems depending on your graphics card and your specific disc.
Please deactivate hardware acceleration if Nero ShowTime has playback problems.
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An image refers to a single file on the hard drive that contains the image for a complete disc. A disk image can be used to create exact copies on media at a later point in time if problems occur during the write process or if no recorder is connected to your PC. The image requires as much free space on the hard drive as the contents of the original disc.
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The Moving Picture Experts Group defined this industry standard for video and audio co-decs. There is little difference between MPEG-1 and MPEG-2: MPEG-2 is a broadcast stan-dard and better for televisions that are interlaced. MPEG-2 is used as a video format for DVDs.
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Yes, of course. Your VHS, S-VHS, Video 8, or Hi-8 tapes can be transferred to your PC using Nero Vision, an application included in the full version of Nero 9. For this you need a proper video capture card that fits to the output signal of your camcorder or VCR. Once connected to the PC and properly setup as put down in the hardware manual Nero 9 gives you easy and efficient capture and editing tools. You can even use the automatic scene detection to have your clips cut into sequences as you recorded them.

Note:
Nero 9 is supported by a variety of capture devices.
For a complete list of all supported capture devices click here.
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You can choose one or multiple audio-streams for the sound track (max. 3) and select the encoding type.

Click on the page 'Audio' on the dropdown-button and select your Audiotrack.
If the selected audio track allows encoding to different qualities, it is possible to select your settings here. Please select your Nero Digital Audio settings by clicking on the desired options.
Stereo: The Audio stream will be encoded to 2-channel stereo.
5.1-channel Surround: The Audio stream will be encoded to 5.1-channel (Surround).
Clicking on the button 'Settings' will open a window with audio settings for the selected Audio-stream. Please read the chapter 'select audio settings' for further information.
Click on the tab for the next audio-stream and repeat the steps 1-3 for further audio-streams.
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If you like to copy your files directly to your iPod®, the iPod® has to be connected to your computer and iTunes® must be installed. Then you will be able to copy your files directly onto your iPod® from within Nero Recode.

If you only wish to compress the files with Nero Recode without copying the files to your iPod®, it is neither necessary that iTunes® is installed nor that the iPod® is connected to your computer. Please keep in mind that if you wish to copy the video files later to your iPod®, iTunes® has to be installed.

Please download the tutorial "Nero Digital™ iPod Video Profile" from our website. The tutorial explains each option in Nero Start Smart for Photo and Video step by step.
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Letterbox refers to an aspect ratio transferring method with which, e.g. a video file with 16:9 aspect ratio is adjusted for the 4:3 television aspect ratio. Black bars are placed above and below the picture.
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Encoding refers to creating a video in a defined video format, e.g. MPEG-2 or Nero Digital™
(MPEG-4) through data compression. A corresponding encoder is required for each video format.
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SmartEncoding checks whether your contents are compatible with the respective formats or are coded into the respective format. This saves time so that coding of the formats can be dispensed with. The file is not converted only "packed differently". Thus, the contents maintain their original quality.
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Yes, Nero 9 supports importing PowerPoint® presentations for conversion to DVD-Video or BD format (must have Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003 or 2007 installed). This feature provides a convenient alternative to show PowerPoint® presentations from DVD or BD players attached to a TV.
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The capturing depicts the transmission of, e.g. audio or video data in their original quality on the computer. Here the data can then be further edited.
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The Broadcast Driver Architecture (BDA) is a Microsoft standard for digital video capture on their Windows operating systems. It encompasses the ATSC and DVB standards and gives developers a standardised method of accessing the TV cards.
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Please configure your card again.

  • Open Nero Home

  • Settings

  • TV

  • configure TV cards

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Bicubic interpolation is an image processing method. If an image is enlarged beyond its original size, not only are the four neighboring pixels analyzed to calculate the new resulting pixel, but other nearby pixels are analyzed as well. This way, the new pixel is interpolated based on eight neighboring pixels.
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Blu-ray technology refers to burning on special data carriers. In comparison to DVD's, which use a red laser in order to read and write data, Blu-ray discs are written with a blue laser.
The shorter wavelength (405 nm) of this blue laser makes it possible to position the laser with greater accuracy. Data can be written in a more compact manner and takes up less space on the disc. A Blu-ray disc can store up to 25 GB on a single layer disc and up to 50 GB on a dual layer disc.
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The DVD video recording is a particular variant of the format of the DVD-Video, which offers three possibilities that are missing on the DVD-Video:
1) the direct capturing of videos on the disc is possible in real-time.
2) The data on the disc can subsequently be edited and changed.
3) If there is place still available on the disc, then further video titles can be added. This means that a DVD-VR is similar to a video cassette, but of a far superior quality. The DVD-VR is specifically designed for capturing directly to disc. A graphics menu is not supported, but playlists are created instead. Furthermore, the sound track cannot be changed, i.e. it is not possible to edit or add to the existing track. DVD-VR is not compatible with DVD-Video and can only be played on special DVD players.
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The Windows Media Video format is a video codec from Microsoft. The coding is comparable with the MPG-4 format. The copy DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection is also supported by the WMV format.
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Various MPEG-4 video and audio codecs are collated in Nero Digital and are fully compatible with the standard MPEG-4. Nero AG is continuing to develop these. In this way a substantially higher quality of the multi-media data is achieved. Further, additional features such as subtitles have been implemented.
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A hybrid tuner card provides the possibility of receiving TV signals digital terrestrially as wellas analog via cable.
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Lanczos interpolation refers to an image enlargement method. The method was developed according to an algorithm created by Cornelius Lanczos. This interpolation method provides high quality and good sharpness levels. However, the actual visual resolution of the images is not increased.
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Bilinear interpolation refers to an image processing method. If a picture is enlarged beyond its original size, the resulting new image pixels are calculated based on the average between the four neighboring pixels. The more a picture is enlarged with this method, the less sharp it becomes.
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Advanced Video Coding is a video compression standard. AVC was developed for maximum encoding efficiency and makes it possible to produce good quality video compression at low bit rates. It is one of the mandatory video compression methods for high-definition television transmissions and for mobile devices (e.g. cell phones, PDA's).
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The frame rate denotes the number of pictures, which are shown per second. The unit is fps (frames per second). The higher the relationship the more fluid the movements become.
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The Phase Alternation Line procedure is the TV standard applicable for Europe. PAL possesses 625 lines per screen and the film transmission speed is 25 pictures per second. These are transmitted in the so-called line-jump procedure where a picture with all the odd lines and then a picture with all the even lines are created. This corresponds to a half-picture frequency of 50 Hz.
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The compressor/decompressor encodes the data for recording or saving digitally and then decodes it for playback. Various software codecs are available such as Cinapak, Indeo, Quicktime, Video for Windows, etc. Hardware codecs include MPEG, H.261, Motion JPEG, etc.
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Material encoded with a variable bit rate (variable data rate) generally provides a better quality in contrast to normal saving of audio or video files with a fixed bit rate (CBR, constant BitRate). With a variable data rate individual time sections can be coded with differently customized data rates. Movement area scenes in videos are stored with a higher data rate than stationary pictures. Strongly moving scenes thus require more storage space that can be saved with less mobile scenes.
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The deinterlacing process converts interlaced video files into complete frames (progressive), since computer displays and modern televisions do not work with the deinterlaced system anymore, but rather with complete frames.
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Bit rate refers to the amount of data (binary digits) that is transmitted within a time unit
(generally 1 second), i.e. in bits/s. The higher the bit rate, the better the image quality.
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A Super Video CD, abbreviated SVCD, is a CD format for movie files that uses the MPEG-2
video code to save. As a result, this disc format saves video files in a quality similar to an SVHS
video and can save up to 30 or 40 minutes of video with stereo sound on a 650 or 700
MB CD. SVCDs can be played back on an increasing number of DVD players and on the
PC, if your PC has the appropriate software and a drive that can read CD-R/RW discs.
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The interlacing process, which is used to display a TV picture in PAL standard, displays two half frames in succession. As the frame is generated, only the odd lines from the output device are displayed for the first half frame. When this is complete, the second half frame is generated from the even lines. The two frames are encoded separately. The relatively high refresh frequency means that the eye picks this up as a single frame.
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With a digital TV card, digitally transmitted content can be received. Digital TV signals are compared to analog signals by their higher quality.
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The Video Compact Disc saves movies and audio/video data in MPEG-1 format. In doing so, the video quality from a VCD is similar to a VHS video. VCDs can store up to 74 minutes of video material including stereo sound on a 650MB disc. Most optical PC drives and DVD players can play VCDs.
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A macroblock refers to a block consisting of 16x16 pixels, and constitutes the basic unit in the MPEG standard, on which motion encoding is based as well. A macroblock contains information regarding the brightness and color distribution of a video picture.
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A Group of Pictures refers to a group of consecutive individual pictures in the picture flow of a video file. Each movie or video flow consists of consecutive GOP's. The viewable individual pictures are generated from them.
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The DVD-Video format recording (video mode) is a particular variant of the DVD-Video offering
three possibilities missing on DVD-Video:
1) On-the-fly capture of videos on the disc in real time is possible.
2) the data on the disc can subsequently be edited and changed.
3) More video titles can be added if space is still available on the disc. This means that a DVD-VFR (video mode) is similar to a video cassette, but of a far superior quality. DVD-VFR (video mode) allows you to create menus like DVD-Video, although without chapter menus and playlists. A DVD-VFR is compatible with DVD-Video as far as possible after finalizing the disc and can be played back on most DVD players.
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The national television system Committee Standard is a standard for video and TV in the USA and Japan. NTSC has more individual frames (29.97 frames per second) than PAL, but has fewer horizontal lines (525 lines).
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The Linear Pulse Code Modulation permits the loss-free capture of digitally coded analog signals. This technology makes possible the saving of up to 8 channels in different samplinrates and sampling depths on a single DVD.
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The book type defines the specification (e.g. DVD-, DVD+, DVD-ROM) of a DVD. In order toensure correct playback, the DVD specifications are defined in books so that all media can be read correctly. The specifications are defined in the so-called Rainbow Books, which are distinguished by means of their color (e.g. Yellow Book).
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Metadata is particular additional information for data with the purpose of describing it better and for making it easier to find. Metadata contains information on the artist, album, track, running time, bit rate, resolution, and so on. As a result, it is possible to categorize files according to their type (audio, video or picture).
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P-frames (predicted frames) refer to predicted pictures in MPEG compression. They are based on predictions and guesses from previous intra-frames (I-frames) and P-frames. They only include the change information in comparison the the previous frame. Since P-frames feature a higher compression ratio than I-frames, the compressed data volume is smaller, since only the changes are saved in the frame.
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Context Adaptive Binary Arithmetic Coding refers to an encoding method for digital video files. CABAC is an integral part of the H.264/MPEG-4 AVC encoding standard. Instead of variable-length bit strings, a different arithmetic encoding method that makes it possible to reduce the bit rate between 10% and 20% (and therefore reduces space requirements) is used.
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The interpolation with super resolution algorithms permits an increase of resolution in picture and video material. Thus, for instance, old DVDs can be converted to HD material. The increase in resolution is the result, among others of information on previous and following pictures.
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If you wish to simultaneously see a TV channel and wish to capture another one, then a second tuner must be integrated in the TV card.
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The interpolation is a process in which pixel values known from analysis are shot on to unknown values. This procedure serves for the seeming enhancement of the resolution of graphics, videos and photos.
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With an Audio CD, 75 sectors provide one second of played music. One sector consists of up to 98 frames; one frame contains 24 data bytes and 9 control bytes. Similarly, "frame" de-scribes a full screen in television and video technology. Two successive half images result in a full screen within a second due to interlacing.
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FireWire is an interface for the transfer of data at high speed; it was developed for hardware such as camcorders or hard drives. The serial high-speed bus allows for transfers of 100 to400 Mbit/s in the so-called IEEE 1394a or FireWire 400 standard and up to 3.20 Mbit/s in theso-called IEEE 1394b or FireWire 800 standard.
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Please consider that if using AVI-Files, a Codec might have to be installed so that you will be able to edit them in Nero Vision. Please install a Version of DivX or XviD Codec. (A stable version of these codecs can be found on the Website www.doom9.org.)
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To start working with Nero Mobile Sync, you have to tell the application where your media files are by clicking the button in the upper task bar of the main window. You will not be able to use your media files in the application unless you added the respective folders to the Nero Mobile Sync library. You can indeed fill and manage the media libraries in the Options window at any later time by again clicking the button. Also, you can just drag and drop files or folders to Nero Mobile Sync. A window will automatically open and ask if you would like to add the folder to the library.
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The Moving Picture Experts Group defined this industry standard for video and audio codecs. MPEG-1 is part of the MPEG compression family and has the highest compression rate. MPEG-1 is the format for video CDs.
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The new Movie Themes is a high quality template library with special themes for Kids & Family, Holidays, Movies & Cinema, Sports, and more. Each contains matching Menu Templates that adds effects, transitions, text, background music and more!
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Effective April 19th 2011, the application “Nero MediaHub” in Nero 10 has been renamed into “Nero Kwik Media”. While this FAQs refers to “Nero MediaHub", it is also valid for “Nero Kwik Media”.

Nero MediaHub is the all-in-one music, photo and video organizer, media player, photo editor and slideshow creator in one interface. The powerful software is ideal for creating music playlists, organizing video and photo favorites, enhancing photo attributes, applying creative effects and titles and music from templates to photos and videos, and arranging photos and trimming video clips in the storyboard. It’s the essential easy-to-use application for producing amazing slideshows for publishing to the web, DVD-Video, High Definition DVD or Blu-ray Disc.
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This feature identifies music clips in a movie and automatically removes everything but the music; making it easy to join the pieces to a single music video clip and inserting the music into your videos. You can also simply save the audio track of the single music video as mp3 or WAV and add it to your music archive.
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This feature detects and automatically removes commercials in a movie while joining the movie content pieces seamlessly together.
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Video clips captured from TV and other analog or digital video in your media library whether in Standard or High Definition formats, are scanned for audio-visual pattern changes (light, frame speed, sound level, etc.) and segmented into new clips or scene chapters for later use in video projects.
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Gracenote® is an organization that specializes in digital music recognition technology. This functionality is included in Nero Multimedia Suite 10 and gives you enhanced track, artist, and album information making it even easier to manage content. Nero Multimedia Suite 10 integrates it into four applications for easier and ‘visual’ music playback, music management, ripping and burning.
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From Blu-ray Disc to HD video, if you want to create your own digital videos, this solution makes it easy to create lasting memories. Use latest AVCHD or MPEG-2 HD camcorders and save hours of editing time with Nero AVCHD and MPEG-2 SmartEncoding. AVCHD, for example, is a highly compressed video format and Nero only renders those parts of your video that were modified e.g. with transitions or effects leaving the other sequences untouched. This will save a lot time when you publish your movie.
Nero Multimedia Suite 10 supports AVCHD playback, import, editing, and publish to AVCHD or Blu-ray Disc, including SmartEncoding. Additionally Nero Multimedia Suite 10 supports DV and HDV formats and has a tape scan feature that allows you to quickly and easily preview and select scenes from your DV or HDV tape. Capture the pre-selected scenes and save time with managing your video project and save hard disc space, too.
If you are using mixed standard definition and high definition footage Nero Multimedia Suite 10 gives you an SD to HD conversion filter that boosts the picture quality to make it look like HD. Additionally Nero Multimedia Suite 10 supports AVCREC playback.
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Yes. With Nero Multimedia Suite 10 you can transfer VHS, VHS-C, SVHS, SVHS-C, Video 8 and Hi-8 video tapes to your PC or Laptop. For this functionality, please make sure that you output the proper video (Composite or S-Video) and audio signal from your VCR/Camcorder and plug it into the proper signal inputs in your video capture card in your PC or Laptop. Please also make sure you have the latest drivers for your capture card installed, and that it is set up correctly as described in the hardware owner’s manual.
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From Blu-ray Disc to HD video, if you want to create your own digital videos, this solution makes it easy to create lasting memories. Use latest AVCHD or MPEG-2 HD camcorders and save a lot of time with Nero AVCHD and MPEG-2 SmartEncoding. AVCHD, for example, is a highly compressed video format and Nero only renders those parts of your video that were modified e.g. with transitions or effects leaving the other sequences untouched. This will save a lot time when you output your movie.
Nero Vision Xtra supports AVCHD playback, import, editing, and output to AVCHD or Blu-ray Disc including SmartEncoding. It also supports DV and HDV formats and has a tape scan feature that allows you to quickly and easily preview and select scenes from your DV or HDV tape. Capture the pre-selected scenes and save time with managing your video project and save hard disc space, too.
If you’re using mixed standard definition and high definition footage Nero Vision gives you an SD to HD conversion filter that boosts the picture quality to make it look like HD. Additionally Nero Vision Xtra supports AVCREC playback.
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Nero Vision Xtra provides state of the art performance for your HD editing and authoring projects. Moreover SmartEncoding™ for AVCHD or MPEG-2 provides much faster output of complex video projects. Additionally Nero Vision supports exporting files with AVC NVIDIA CUDA™ that makes use of the GPU processing power for enhanced output rendering performance.
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Yes. With Nero Vision Xtra you can transfer VHS, VHS-C, SVHS, SVHS-C, Video 8 and Hi-8 video tapes to your PC or Laptop. For this functionality, please make sure that you output the proper video (Composite or S-Video) and audio signal from your VCR/Camcorder and plug it into the proper signal inputs in your video capture card in your PC or Laptop. Please make sure you have the latest drivers for your capture card installed, and that it is set up correctly as described in the hardware owner’s manual.
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Nero Vision Xtra – Convenient application access, playback, progress bar for burning and icon overlay for capturing with Windows 7 Jump List, thumbnail and task bar features.
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First time startup requires additional seconds to open the movie options dialog from the “Make Movie” or “Slide Show” start screen. Subsequent startups will take less time.
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Nero Vision allows adding a maximum of 1000 imported clips (video, photo, audio or combinations) to the ‘My Media’ asset library.
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Yes, Nero Vision can directly import videos from Facebook, Flickr and MyNero. Nero Vision cannot import videos from MySpace, as MySpace no longer supports searching.
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Even though Nero Vision supports the creation of an unlimited number of video and audio tracks, it is recommended not to exceed five (5) video tracks in one project. Five video tracks containing Full HD clips with transition effects produce a complex timeline that can compromise system performance during editing, playback and exporting. User experience will vary depending on system configuration and operating system installed.
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Nero plans to introduce the ability to play back commercial Blu-ray Discs within Nero Multimedia Suite 10 in H2 2010 as an optional plug-in, since only a small percentage of Nero 10 users will elect to pay for the high cost of the patent license for Blu-ray Disc playback. Including it in the base product would have added significantly to the affordable price point of the Nero Multimedia Suite 10.
However, it is possible to play back user-generated Blu-ray Discs that do not contain commercial content (e.g., an AVCHD content shot on someone's personal video camera) from within Nero Multimedia Suite 10. In addition, the previously optional Blu-ray authoring plug-in is now directly integrated within the Nero Multimedia Suite 10 at no additional cost.
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Effective April 19th 2011, the application “Nero MediaHub” in Nero 10 has been renamed into “Nero Kwik Media”. While this FAQs refers to “Nero MediaHub", it is also valid for “Nero Kwik Media”.

In some cases the combination of graphic cards, the respective drivers and media files or video discs may result in problems, e.g: should you have green thumbnails or green/distorted screens, switch off the “Hardware Acceleration” if Nero MediaHub behaves unexpectedly.
To do so, start Nero MediaHub.
Click on the icon “Nero MediaHub setup options” on the top right corner. (hammer icon)
The “Options” window will open.
Select “Video” in the left navigation bar.
Uncheck the box “Enable hardware acceleration”.
Confirm the changes by clicking the “OK” button.
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Effective April 19th 2011, the application “Nero MediaHub” in Nero 10 has been renamed into “Nero Kwik Media”. While this FAQs refers to “Nero MediaHub", it is also valid for “Nero Kwik Media”.

Nero MediaHub only displays optical devices in the navigation pane. Only supported disc types will be displayed.
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The following file conversions are supported for SmartEncoding in Nero Vision Xtra:


MPEG 1
MPEG 2 SD
MPEG 2 HD
MPEG 2 HD 24p
AVCHD
AVCHD 24p
MPEG 2 HD to Blu-ray Disc
MPEG 2 HD 24p to Blu-ray Disc
AVC to Blu-ray Disc
AVC 24p to Blu-ray Disc
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Effective April 19th 2011, the application “Nero MediaHub” in Nero 10 has been renamed into “Nero Kwik Media”. While this FAQs refers to “Nero MediaHub", it is also valid for “Nero Kwik Media”.

Nero MediaHub will detect these devices if it use a DCIM folder or an AVCHD sturcture. If this folder is not stored on your device, Nero MediaHub will not detect the device automatically.
Please create a DCIM folder on your device and copy and paste your pictures into this folder. Now Nero MediaHub will detect your device
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A key frame is a term taken from animation and filmmaking and is used in video editing in a similar sense. Basically key frames define the starting point and the end point of a transition that is to take place in a film sequence. Within a sequence you can set a number of key frames i.e. for the start and end of a fade in of a video sequence, or a change of colour, or the change in size of a picture within a picture. These key frames are set on a time line and are tied to single frames (pictures).
Once you have set the key frames and defined the appearance of the result in the end key frame, the software will calculate the changes that have to take place in between these key frames, so that a transition will appear smoothly.
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BD-Live features includes automatic firmware updates, transmission of all usage data to the manufacturer (including all Blu-ray Discs played), checking each time the device is switched on to see if it has been tampered with and reports of the same, Internet chats, scheduled chats with the director, Internet games, downloadable featurettes, downloadable quizzes, and downloadable movie trailers.

BD-Live requires the Blu-ray Disc player to have an Internet connection to access Internet-based content.
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BDMV or BD-MV (Blu-ray Disc Movie) is a Blu-ray video format with menu support. Commonly used for movie releases (commercial blu-ray discs)
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BD+ is a component of the Blu-ray Disc Digital Rights Management system. It was developed by Cryptography Research Inc. and is based on their Self-Protecting Digital Content concept. The intent of this component is to prevent unauthorized copying of Blu-ray discs and the playback of Blu-ray media using unauthorized devices.
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AACS stands for “Advanced Access Content System”, which is a standard for content distribution and digital rights management. This standard has been adopted as the access restriction scheme for Blu-ray discs (BD).
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If the video file was added via drag-n-drop to Nero Mobile Sync, it cannot be published.
A video file that is to be published to disc or to the web must be added to the Nero Mobile Sync library first (via adding folder).
To do so, start Nero Mobile Sync.
Click on the icon “Nero Mobile Sync setup options”. (hammer icon)
The “Options” window will open.
Select “Library” in the left navigation bar.
Click the “Add” button.
The “Add to Nero Nero Mobile Sync” window will open.
Select the folder your video files are located in.
Confirm the changes by clicking the “OK” button in the window “Add to Nero Mobile Sync”.
Confirm the changes by clicking the “OK” button in the window “Options”.
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In some cases the combination of graphic cards, the respective drivers and media files or video discs may result in problems, e.g.: should you have green thumbnails or green/distorted screens, switch off the “Hardware Acceleration” if Nero Mobile Sync behaves unexpectedly.
To do so, start Nero Mobile Sync.
Click on the icon “Nero Mobile Sync setup options” on the top right corner. (hammer icon)
The “Options” window will open.
Select “Video” in the left navigation bar.
Uncheck the box “Enable hardware acceleration”.
Confirm the changes by clicking the “OK” button.
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Nero Mobile Sync allows you to set a so called “Conflict Priority”. This option allows you to decide, if the data on the PC or data on the device is given priority. Different settings can be selected for your media content and for your PIM content.
Start Nero Mobile Sync.
Select your device in the left navigation bar.
Click on the “Sync Options” button.
The window “Sync Options” will open.
Select the “Settings” tab.
In the drop-down menus you can set the priority for syncing your media content and for your PIM content.
Confirm your setting by clicking the “OK” button.
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Nero Mobile Sync allows you to set a so called “Conflict Priority”. This option allows you to decide, if the data on the PC or data on the device is given priority. Different settings can be selected for your media content and for your PIM content.
Start Nero Mobile Sync.
Select your device in the left navigation bar.
Click on the “Sync Options” button.
The window “Sync Options” will open.
Select the “Settings” tab.
In the drop-down menus you can set the priority for syncing your media content and for your PIM content.
Confirm your setting by clicking the “OK” button.
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Yes, uploading videos to YouTube and other social communities is possible with Nero Mobile Sync.
Start Nero Mobile Sync.
Select “Library”, then “Videos” in the left navigation bar.
Your videos will be displayed.
Select a video.
Click on the “Publish” button at the bottom of the window.
The “Publish” window will open.
Click the “Upload” button in the right bottom corner.
The “Nero Community Upload” window will open.
Select among the available options such as My Nero, YouTube and MySpace.
Click the “Upload” button to start the upload of your videos.
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As you are not able to see the preview of your project in Nero Vision please check if your hardware fulfills the system requirements needed by Video, Nero Vision,
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Unfortunately it is not possible to burn a project set up for DVD to a CD or Blu-ray. Every project is dedicated to the respective Disc-Type.

If your project does not match the Disc in your burner, you will get an error message stating "Your compilation cannot be written on this kind of disc....".

Please proceed as follows so as to avoid creating your project completely anew:

After you have created your project please click onto the "Export" button in the lower left corner of the Nero Vision window.

The window "Export Video" will open.

Select a video format in the drop down menu "Format"

Select the destination folder in the "Output file" area.

The export process is starting.

Now start a new project with the disc type you wish to use as target and add your exported file into this new project. Now you can burn it to that type of disc.

Please note:
If you created a DVD project with a menu, the menu will not be exported to the video. You have to create a new Menu manually for your new project.
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With successfully updating Nero 10 ,as available since April 19th, you will have noticed that Nero MediaHub is now the new and improved Nero Kwik Media. Though the name and logo have changed, you will still get all the same features that you enjoyed with Nero MediaHub, plus even more.

Will I still get to keep my projects and enjoy all the features of Nero MediaHub?
Yes! All of your projects, purchased Apps, and your media library will stay with your account, so you can access them at any time. And of course, you will still be able to enjoy these same features with Nero Kwik Media:
- Organize all your photos, videos and music
- Create slideshows and playlists
- Share your media to social communities

Are there any new features I should expect?
There are! With Nero Kwik Media, you will get these newly added features:
- Automatically remove red-eye from photos
- Display playlists from iTunes and Windows Media Player
And do not miss out on the free trial for Nero Kwik Faces, our free face recognition tool for photos!
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Photo books, calendars and cards will be shipped into the countries listed below.
Other countries cannot yet be serviced.

Europe:
• Belgium
• Denmark
• Germany
• Finland
• France
• Great Britain
• Ireland
• Italy
• Netherlands
• Norway
• Austria
• Sweden
• Switzerland
• Spain

North America:
• Canada
• USA
• Alaska
• Hawaii
• Other territories (Small Islands)
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From Blu-ray to HD video, if you want to create your own videos, Nero 11 makes it easy to create cinema quality movies in the highest definition quality. Import from the latest AVCHD camcorders and output with SmartEncoding to Blu-ray Disc, AVCHD, AVC HD or MPEG 2 HD for the fastest video output with superb playback.
Nero 11 supports Blu-ray Disc playback with Nero Kwik Blu-ray App.
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When you're editing video files on [Video Edit] screen of Nero Vision or Nero Video, you can always check those files by a playback on a preview screen which is at the top of left of the sceeen, so you can figure out how the video will be done after the edit.

When you find your video doesn't playback on the preview screen and plays fine at elsewhere of Nero Vision or Nero Video, This is caused by the chipset built in your system.

Due to the function of multi-layer editing, video playback at the preview screen runs using a different architecture than elsewhere in Nero products which generally requires the latest Direct X technology just like other media editing software products. And if you find your video doesn't play corrently or just a black screen is there when staring a playback, it generally occurs because of a chipset built in your system, and, generally is because your chipset is an older version than the current version which is generally compatible with currently available computer with Windows 7 running.

So if you meet this kind of situation, the only solution for this issue is to replace your chipset with a new one, or hence if your system is some years old along with the chipset, we highly recommend you to find a new computer with the latest chipset built in.
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1. Use an HDMI 1.4 or a DVI-D Dual link (24+1) connector cable.
2. Verify if your display supports 3D playback.
3. Verify if your BD drive fully supports the AACS standard.
4. Install the latest NVidia drivers for your system:
a. Visit the NVidia web page under www.nvidia.com.
b. Within the driver setup, click on “Custom” and enable “Perform a clean installation”.
c. Run the NVidia Setup Wizard: Start NVIDIA Corporation enable 3D Vision.
d. At the end of the NVidia setup process uncheck “Set a 3D resolution when setup is finished”.
5. Switch your 3D TV or monitor display from 2D to 3D mode, if necessary.
6. In Nero ControlCenter, start a search for available updates. Install all available updates.
7. Start Nero Blu-ray Player.
8. Verify if the selected decoding method for both, primary and secondary video is set to “Full hardware” (In Nero Blu-ray Player select “Options”, then “Video”).
9. Insert your 3D Blu-ray disc and start playback of your 3D content.
10. Click the “3D” button followed by the “Full Screen” button (You don’t need this step with a Nero Blu-ray Player version later than 12.0.17700).
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Follow the steps below:
1. Use an HDMI 1.4 cable to connect your graphics and display (DVI is not supported with ATI cards)
2. Verify if your display supports 3D playback.
3. Verify if your BD drive fully supports the AACS standard.
4. Install the latest ATI drivers for your system:
Visit the AMD web page under www.amd.com.
5. Switch your 3D TV or monitor display from 2D to 3D mode, if necessary.
6. In Nero ControlCenter, start a search for available updates. Install all available updates.
7. Start Nero Blu-ray Player.
8. Verify if the selected decoding method for both, primary and secondary video is set to “Full hardware” (In Nero Blu-ray Player select “Options”, then “Video”).
9. Insert your 3D Blu-ray disc and start playback of your 3D content.
10. Click the “3D” button followed by the “Full Screen” button (You don’t need this step with a Nero Blu-ray Player version later than 12.0.17700).
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Verify that the 3D button in Nero Blu-ray Player is enabled, and that the player is set to full screen mode. You can enable the full screen mode by clicking the “Full screen” button in the lower right corner of the player menu bar.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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Open the ATI Catalyst Control Center. Select “Video”, then “Color” and enable the “Use AMD Settings” radio button. The preset “Vivid” should show good results.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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Yes, but it is limited to NVidia graphics using 3D Vision technology and a DVI-D Dual link (24+1) connector cable.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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In the ATI Catalyst Control Center, you will have to adjust the “Overscan” settings. Open the ATI Catalyst Control Center, select “My Digital Flat-Panels / Scaling Options” and set the “Overscan” to 0%.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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Make sure your DVI connector is a fully allocated DVI-D Dual link connector cable with 24+1 pins.
Still not working? Please check your basic NVidia- or AMD- settings.
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Currently, you only can watch movies in 2D. 3D support for Intel graphics will be available soon with one of the coming updates.
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The applications Nero Video and Nero Recode, which are included in Nero 12/Nero 2014 , support all standard hardware acceleration technologies like NVIDIA® CUDA, Intel Quick Sync or AMD App Acceleration.
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Unfortunately, this is not possible with Nero.
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Yes, with Nero Recode you can encode a video file/DVD/Blu-ray into an audio file.
Please refer to the Nero Recode manual, step 4.3.
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Unfortunately, it is not possibel to burn a Video DVD/Blu-ray disc in Nero Recode 10/11/12.
It is only possible, if you select the option “Recoding a DVD Video to DVD-Video”.
Please refer to the Nero Recode manual, step 3.2.
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Nero Recode 2014 offers the opportunity to switch to Nero Video 2014, in order to create a DVD or Blu-ray Disc.
This feature is only included in Nero 2014 and Nero 2014 Platinum!
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Subtitles are supported in Nero Recode 2014 for the following use cases:
DVD to MP4 (VobSub)
DVD to MKV (VobSub)
MP4 to MP4 (VobSub)
MP4 to MKV (VobSub)
MKV to MP4 (VobSub)
MKV to MKV (SSA/SRT/UTF-8)
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Nero 2014 Platinum is a unique Suite of multimedia applications for all your media tasks be it photo, video or music. With its greatly enhanced focus on today’s home media and devices as well as optimized interactivity of applications

within the Suite it is the best product for connecting all your media and make them ready to watch at home or on the go.

New media and device focus
• Greatly enhanced media management with optimized workflows and performance
• Use new 1-click Nero Disc to Device conversion of your Blu-ray Disc™, DVD-Video™, or Audio CD straight to your connected smartphone and tablet, cloud storage (Dropbox, GoogleDrive, Skydrive), or to PC folders*
• Includes ultimate mobile device support for latest and greatest iOS, Android and Windows 8 smartphones and tablets
• Make use of new Nero Play to TV streaming for direct streaming of videos, music and themed slideshows to the TV in your home network including remote playback control
• Use new Ultra HD (4K) video editing support for cinema quality video output
• Uitilize new high quality video enhancement tools like Nero Tilt-Shift Effects for creating magic miniature moments of automatic editing for slideshows and videos to music with Nero RhythmSnap
• Optimized encoding performance makes best use of your PC’s hardware

*Intended for privately owned non copy-protected content

New interactivity and unification
• The new unique application launcher lets you quickly launch applications and tools, watch video tutorials, check product updates and access Nero Photo Products
• New unified application home screens with drop zones let you quickly start your projects
• Now Nero Recode lets you send jobs directly to disc authoring and burning
• Utilize Nero’s unique media organizer functions with standalone Nero MediaBrowser also in non-Nero applications
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