Finally h.264 high profile!It was something like 1.5 years between core encoder beeing ready and integration into Nero suite. I was really wondering if it would be integrated one day.
well it seems all it offers of high profile is 8x8dct, not much really (ateme supports much more)
Nero obviously has moved far away from being a burner. For that purpose it *was* the best around, years ago. Now it's just another part of a fat bloated 'shovelware' suite full of stuff that i'm sure most people never make much use of.
In my opinion the Nero suite has evolved a lot since the old burning rom days. Acquisition of external software expanded it, but without using a full "integration/merge" phase. Now, it's a big suite of different pieces of software, and users (at least me) are not sure about which one to use for a given task.
Why doesn't the installer allows me to install only what i want? Is not that dificult to do. They can continue to sell the "bundle", if they want, but give freedom of choice.
It does. After customizing your installation, you'll find Nero 7 a very convenient, non intrusive piece of sotware.
Quote from: emtee on 19 September, 2006, 09:49:40 PMIt does. After customizing your installation, you'll find Nero 7 a very convenient, non intrusive piece of sotware.last time i tried, i had to manually remove "scouter" or something like that, don't remember the correct name.
Nero Mobile not for Palm, why?
Quote from: kwanbis on 20 September, 2006, 08:02:15 AMQuote from: emtee on 19 September, 2006, 09:49:40 PMIt does. After customizing your installation, you'll find Nero 7 a very convenient, non intrusive piece of sotware.last time i tried, i had to manually remove "scouter" or something like that, don't remember the correct name.Same here. Despite unchecking all non-necessary thingies, lots (and I do mean lots!) of unessential crap got installed. Like that search-thingy that installs itself to the Taskbar. I surely can do without!Went as far as searching for related .dll's in the registry... only to discover that there's some 50-ish registry entries that I have to delete to get rid of that turd...If it were not for my less-than-technical brother and sister-in-law, I would not hesitate to end my use of Nero.
Next I activated Nero Media Home to play back streamed TV or music over wifi. The program found the TV channels and music folders on my harddisk. But when I clicked nothing happened. I don't know how long time I am supposed to wait before anything happens with this, but I think I waited long without anything happening.
Quote from: DARcode on 20 September, 2006, 11:48:56 AMhttp://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=154953exactly.By the way, for me at least, this is a friendly recommendation to NERO, i don't want NERO to disapear, and if i care about it is because i like the app. I'm still using my OEM Nero 5.5 but 6 and 7 got way bloated. Even if i do like Recode2 a lot, i don't have any use for the other components.
The program was supposed to support album art, but that was not displayed, although the album art was present in the same folder as the music files. Trondis
Garf, can you please answer my two questions (Yahoo! Toolbar and your "title" change)? Thanks.
Also, to all people using Nero Mobile - please feel free to send or copy all the feedback to me. I am responsible for this product line and I will review all your comments / suggestions with the greatest attention. Thanks for your help!
Please, Garf, in this thread you say 'we still require arguments and reasons, particularly before making such a generalizing statement.' only to make, in your very next post, the evidently generalizing statement 'Palm is dead' with little to no argument or reasons at all! I respect and appreciate your work and the time and effort you take to inform and help us on this board but I just had to say this./sorry to astray offtopic here...
2006 Q1: Palm PDA shipments declined 25.2 percent, as its attention has shifted to Palm's Treo smartphone business. Palm PDA shipments are at their lowest level since 1998. However, Treo shipments were 581,000, with an estimated 20 percent of these being the new Treo 700w. Treo shipments are recorded in Gartner's quarterly smartphones report.2006 Q2:Palm’s PDA shipments declined 27% from the same period last year. However, Gartner analysts pointed out that this wasn’t such a bad performance considering that Palm has not introduced any new PDAs since late 2005, and the company is focused on the Treo. Treo shipments totaled 656,000, but these are excluded from Gartner’s PDA numbers because they are smartphones.
But still the sale of 'legacy' Palm & Treo and the vast amount of Palm OS machines people bought in the last 2-3 years certainly remain substantial.