Ashampoo Burning Studio 2017 - Free (Usually US $49.95) @ SharewareOnSale

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Don't click the go to deal botton, please use the below link from software vendor directly. no need to provide your email.
Thank you WalterBiH for providing this.

https://www.ashampoo.com/en/usd/pin/4910/burning-software/As...

The link to this free full version is not public published on the vendor's website. The free version provided on the vendor's website is a 2014 version, while this post link to the latest version.

On their website, they charge A$69 for this. So I will still call this a deal.

Ashampoo Burning Studio 2017 is a powerful burning application that covers various use cases. It burns files, music or movies and extracts audio from CDs but also provides backup functionality also for external devices such as flash drives, cellphones or tablets. The integrated cover editor helps with designing individual covers and booklets and comes with multiple ready to use templates for quick results. Copying existing discs is effortless, this includes the creation, browsing and burning of disc images. Disc spanning helps users fit huge amounts of data onto multiple discs which is particularly useful, e.g. for large media collections. The intuitive and logical user interface is ideal for beginners and experienced users alike. The new Burning Studio 2017 has been completely redesigned to further optimize user handling.

Feature highlights

Completely redesigned
Improved user handling
Optimized for Windows 10
Create Audio CDs and MP3/WMA discs
Backup data to one or more CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray discs
Permanent archiving with M-DISC technology
Copy CD, DVD and Blu-ray discs

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  • +2 votes

    Operating systems
    Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista

  • +15 votes

    Most burning requirements can be handled by the program "IMGBURN" (http://www.imgburn.com/) which is lightweight and free making it a much better choice than a bloated application like this.

  • +12 votes

    People still burn onto discs?

    • +1 vote

      Yes it is good to burn onto dics because it wont get affected by virus.

    • +2 votes

      Yea, I burn music on to disc.

      The music quality sounds much better than Bluetooth or through AUX in my car anyway.

      • -1 vote

        Cars still have disc players? Would've thought USB is the way to go these days.

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          Not all ozbargainers are buying new cars…

        • -1 vote

          @goodguy:

          Pretty sure USB/MP3 became standard, before bluetooth AD2P (as per @alreadytaken claim that he 'needs' to burn discs for his car).

        • +1 vote

          @goodguy: that's just the thing and unfortunately the only way to play music properly in mine is a CD. FM transmitters suck, no AUX/BT/USB either. So unless I replace the stock head unit and fluff around with steering wheel controls and other wiring ($500+, not including work) or buy a BT adapter for the phone cradle ($300) I'm stuck at burning CDs. :(

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          @decr:

          This is probably a legitimate use-case for burning CDs…

          @alreadytaken would have us believe that his car natively supports BT/A2DP, but not USB … which I doubt, is true. Let alone a legitimate use-case for burning discs.

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          @sp00ker: Yes, I actually buy CDs I like and listen to them as I seem to be stuck in that era. It's probably the cover art and booklet that you miss out on digital downloads. Plus keep telling myself that the artists get at least a fraction of the sales. If I like it, I buy it, rip it, shelve it and use the copy in the car.

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      To backup all my daughters dvds. So if anything goes wrong i can simply butn her a new copy.
      Also this helps in getting into digital format for her tablet when we are on the move.

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      You would be amazed. At my previous workplace the helldesk dude burned a new copy of a windows iso onto a dvd every time he had to do a reinstall. No imaging, stock standard install iso. Burn a new copy. Every bloody time. I couldn't believe it.

  • +7 votes

    This would have been great in the 90's

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    not bad. acturally, it is a good deal. free. and what your guys complain at? :)

  • +1 vote

    nice software,already have a 2012 version by similar free,any different?

  • +1 vote

    Ashampoo is still around? i use to use their software, but haven't touched anything for years.

  • +9 votes

    Will I need Aconditioner to finalise the burns?

  • +1 vote

    Can't say about their other products, but the burning studio is pretty good. I've been using it for 5 or 6 years.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone recommend a drive to accompany this? My past 4 laptops haven't had a disc drive…

  • +1 vote

    Completely redesigned? Just get the design right first time instead of annual releases with same lame features.

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    Have to download this file… SharewareOnSale_Giveaway_Ashampoo_Burning_Studio_2017_hub.exe to install it? Not gonna trust it…

  • +1 vote

    First post and a freebie, have an upvote :)

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    Perfect! Time to hand out some mix tapes (cds)

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    Friend come over recently asking me to burn a CD for them, no drives on my laptop anymore. Kinda liked the disc collections I had.

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    Could be handy, in case someone was hoping to inspire regime change in North Korea!

    http://www.theverge.com/2015/4/8/8368689/north-korea-defecto...

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP.

    Is this any different to "FREE Full Version" offered by Ashampoo themselves?

    The one from official site doesn't require e-mail registration and comes down as following:

    ashampoo_burning_studio_2017_25270.exe
    73.2MB

    CRC32: 189B9EA2
    MD5: 799B30B3BB5E88BD6A96C84C0FDF4CF3
    SHA-1: 8BADAAF40455E1E68FF060475143F51B1181B808

  • +1 vote

    This version is always free, get it straight from teh developer's site, rather than subscribe to their spamming list.

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    So if it is always free, is this really a deal?

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      Will, the link to this free full version is not public published on the vendor's website. The link to the free version on their website is a 2014 version, while this post link to the latest version.

      On their website, they charge A$69 for this. So I will still call this a deal.

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    I just installed this and then realised that I dont have a CD drive……..what an idiot!

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