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kafka
post Jan 15 2013, 11:29 AM
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For many years I used Nero 7 Essentials, however I just bought a new DVD burner which came with Nero 10 Multimedia Essentials. Nero 7 Essentials included NeroVision, which allowed me to copy DVDs using DVDShrink which would automatically burn them via Nero 7. I can't find NeroVision in Nero 10 Essentials. Is it there?
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jens-f
post Jan 15 2013, 12:52 PM
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QUOTE (kafka @ Jan 15 2013, 11:29 AM) *
I can't find NeroVision in Nero 10 Essentials. Is it there?


This depends on the oem-manufacturer. Essentials version are customized depending on oem-demands. So, some includes Nero Vision - other not.
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wither
post Jan 15 2013, 04:15 PM
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In addition, the ability to use DVDShrink was discontinued with Nero v8.

If you have Vista or earlier, I believe v7 is compatible (I didn't look). If so, you could still use v7.

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kafka
post Jan 15 2013, 10:05 PM
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What a shame! I assume Nero 7 is not compatible with Windows 8? is it worth replacing Nero 10 with my old Nero 7 or would I be wasting my time?
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post Jan 16 2013, 12:29 AM
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kafka

As far as I can see here. New DVD drive purchase with Nero 10 Essentials, as jens-f has said this is a limited version and probably only usable with the drive purchased. Thus if you wish to fully utilise the facilities of Nero 10 you have to purchase a licence key for the FULL version. Problem here Nero 10 is no longer available to be purchased unless you can source it from a 3 rd party.

Secondly Nero 7, of any kind, is not compatible with Windows 7/8 according to Nero. Elsewhere in the FORUM, I believe, it has been suggested that some routines may function and to try it find out. But as Nero 7 was replaced I believe sometime prior to 2008/9, I feel that you will be wasting your time.

Thus I would suggest, if you have gone to the expense of getting a PC with Windows 8, you should bite the bullet and go for an upgrade to Nero 12, the only one available on-line from Nero.

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post Jan 16 2013, 04:11 AM
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V10 is not supported in Win 8. You would need v12 to be fully compatible. As I said, you wouldn't be able to DVDShrink with any version after v7.

Note that you can copy DVD's with Nero Express and Burning Rom.
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post Jan 16 2013, 11:24 AM
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QUOTE (wither @ Jan 16 2013, 04:11 AM) *
V10 is not supported in Win 8. You would need v12 to be fully compatible. As I said, you wouldn't be able to DVDShrink with any version after v7.

Note that you can copy DVD's with Nero Express and Burning Rom.


Interesting in your observations concerning the requiremtns for Nero. It would seem that only Nero 12 is compatible with Windows 8.

Also are you implying that although Windows 8 is the OS, you can still user NBR and NE to copy discs, even if you can not use DVDShrink.

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post Jan 16 2013, 04:41 PM
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The only way to know is to try it.

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post Jan 18 2013, 08:33 AM
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Hi kafka,

Please note the CD/DVD recorder manufacturers or computer distributors (who bundle Nero with their products) decide which Nero applications will be included in the OEM/Essentials version. This decision is not made by Nero itself. The end result is a 'limited' OEM/Essentials version of Nero which does not include all the features of the full retail version. You can write an email to techsupport@nero.com with your Nero 10 Essential serial number, we can check whether Nero Vision is included in your version.

Also both Nero 7 and Nero 10 don't support Windows 8.

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post Jan 19 2013, 08:47 AM
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QUOTE (BakerSmurfRX @ Jan 18 2013, 08:33 AM) *
Hi kafka,

Please note the CD/DVD recorder manufacturers or computer distributors (who bundle Nero with their products) decide which Nero applications will be included in the OEM/Essentials version. This decision is not made by Nero itself. The end result is a 'limited' OEM/Essentials version of Nero which does not include all the features of the full retail version. You can write an email to techsupport@nero.com with your Nero 10 Essential serial number, we can check whether Nero Vision is included in your version.

Also both Nero 7 and Nero 10 don't support Windows 8.

Best regards,
BakerSmurfRX


Oh how the MIGHTY have fallen. An OS depending on a 3 rd party program to function.

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