Nero 4.0 for Linux is Now Available

by on September 18, 2009
in Linux, Softwares

nero-logo-blackNero is the most popular disc-burning application to burn CDs, DVDs and now also supporting Blu-ray discs. Today Nero released a new version of their app for Linux users called Nero Linux 4.

Nero Linux 4 brings disc burning, ripping, and copying solution to advanced and beginner Linux users.


For complete beginners, it also features an user-friendly, wizard-style interface providing easy, guided steps for burning audio and data in one go. Features of Nero Linux 4 are:

  • Command line client
  • Highest-quality and space-saving storage of MP4 audio files through Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)
  • ISO 9660 CD/DVD/BD (Joliet support)
  • Audio CD (CD-DA)
  • CD, DVD, BD
  • CD-Text
  • CD-Extra support (with advanced settings)
  • Multisession CDs, DVDs, BD Discs
  • Layer Jump Recording support
  • DVD-Video and miniDVD (from DVD-Video files)
  • DVD double layer support
  • .nrg/.cue/.iso image import
  • Overburning support for CD and DVD
  • Ultra-Bufferâ„¢ software buffering technology
  • Speed tests and simulated burning
  • Data verification after burning
  • BD defect management (enable/disable) helps to verify sectors for clean burning, and ensures data is burned accurately

According to Nero, Nero Linux 4 is the only application to offer blue laser data burning support, including support for Blu-ray Disc. Grab the trial version of Nero 4.0 for Linux from the link below.

Download Nero Linux 4

You can download the trial version of Nero Linux 4 from here: Download Nero Linux 4

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