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Nero Multimedia Suite 10

| September 11, 2010 | 5 Comments

Product Description
Nero 10 Multimedia Suite – Full Retail Version—-The complete 3-in-1 multimedia solution for video editing burning and backup plus advanced tools.–Create edit play back and organize all your video photo and music files——Key Features—– Easy Slideshow Creation — Advanced Video Editing — Burn and Copy — Backup and Recover — Multimedia Tools —-? Add advanced personal touches to photo slideshows and special effects to movies to create cinema-style DVD-… More >>

Nero Multimedia Suite 10

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  1. Rick says:

    This product has a superb set of features and you can do an awful lot with the various modules that make up this suite. The multi-tracking option when making a slideshow is particularly good and there are masses of transition effects to choose from. As a building package for slideshows and movies it is probably the best in its class.

    However there is a down side – a BIG downside. Nero is not clever when burning DVDs and you should not rely on this product to perform that function. If you only want to burn DVDs then don’t buy this, get a free product like ImgBurn, it does the job admirably. The web is littered with users of Nero who can’t burn DVDs – check for yourself.

    There is something abut Nero that makes it VERY fussy about the media that you are burning to. I have bought cheap ones like Tevion and more expensive ones like Sony, neither of these can be burned using Nero. I now rely on ‘ImgBurn’ to write to my DVDs after building the project with Nero and writing the output to a folder on disk. ImgBurn has no problems with any of the disks previously mentioned, or any other brand for that matter. Nero is a product that is at the top end for cost and functionality and this issue is something that should have been addressed by the developers of Nero a long time ago. They prefer to ignore it.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. Big Bob says:

    Nero Multimedia Suite 10 is the best suite since Nero 6, version 9 was rubbish I binned it. This version is easy to use and does more than most ussers may need. It is better than some other suites such as Roxio which is a bit fiddely to use and the results not as good. For the average joe bloggs, it’s perfect and gives a proffesional result and cheaper than Sony Soundforge used by the pro’s.

    Buy it you won’t regret it. I recommend Amazon for all your online purchases the srvice is excellent and surprisingly fast, I’ve shopped with Amazon for some time and have never been let down.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Alison says:

    I’ve used Nero Burning ROM for a number of years and have always found it to be tremendously reliable and flexible. In fact there are a number of options and settings that I never use. The previous version I was using was version 6 and the interface for Burning ROM 6 and 10 are both very similar. If you already have Nero Burning ROM there isn’t much upgrade or change apart from an updated interface, the ability to span discs and a couple of other options for compilation types. If you don’t have Nero Burning ROM already then I would highly recommend it – it’s a robust CD and DVD creator.

    However, this package is not just a CD/DVD burner, it is three Nero products in one and it is great value for money. All three Nero products are powerful pieces of software with multiple settings and options. I’m still learning how to use Nero Vision, but from what I’ve seen so far it’s an extensive program. There are countless options and many themes to work with. It’s a little daunting in fact! There are manuals and tutorials to learn how to use it so all you need is the time to get to grips with it. The software includes a ‘media hub’ so you can manage all the photos, videos and audio files.

    The final part of the trio is a dedicated back-up system that uses a variety of media options (DVD, CD, USB etc.) but also synchronisation between PC and laptop. Again, this software is so detailed that I’m still learning about all the options and how to use it best for my needs. At the moment I’m setting up a variety of synchronised folders so that I can have mirrored content on a computer and a network attached storage device. There are plenty of options and I’m able to set the syncs up just how I want them.

    All-in-all this is a comprehensive package that I think represents really great value.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. A. GILL says:

    It’s quite a long review so here is a summary of it if it was tl:dr for you

    1. nero vision xtra is great, you can edit, create, playback, organise all of your music,

    photo and videos. It supports almost every format most consumer devices output to.

    2. Nero burning rom is same as always. Burn everything onto almost everything. If you have

    a previous version of burning rom then there is no point upgrading to this.

    3. Quite a bad backup program. It does the job but is not very good at it. The online storage

    is a rip off too. If you have norton ghost or acronis true image definitely stick to them.

    So if you have back and burning software, just buy nero vision xtra seperatley.

    This suite combines the most common tasks of playing, editing and burning media quite nicely.

    Nero sells the 3 standalone components of this suite for just under £120, so this seems like a good deal.

    Word of warning though, this has so many features crammed into it so is unsurprisingly heavy on your system.

    My system is quite powerful with an i7 @ 2.8ghz and i still had the odd slow done. I would not buy this

    if you have an anicent machine, the system requirements are at least 2GHz processor, 1GB ram, 5GB HDD space.

    But its always best to leave yourself some headroom. I reckon anything from the past 5-7 years should be fine.


    The main part of the suite where all the media takes place. You can create, edit, play and organise all your

    media files (photos, music, movies). It supports a ton of formats, all the usual ones are supported as well

    as AVCHD, MKV, FLV, FLAC, DVD, MPEG-4 AVC, (S)-VCD, AVCREC and quite a few more. It would be very hard for you

    to have a media file you made yourself with your camera or camcorder which Nero does not cater for.

    Everything is going, or is already high definition. Nero also supports HD slideshows and special effects to

    your movies to make cinema style HD-DVD and Blu-Ray movies. I’m not sure why HD-DVD is there as its pretty

    much finished, but there could still be some people out there sticking to their guns.

    The effects were impressive, many resemble hollywood style with things like pan and zoom and earthquake. You also

    have sharpen, smooth, edge feathering and loads more. You’ll most likely find something you will like.


    No doubt what Nero is famous for. The next step after you have made and edited your media is to put it somewhere.

    Burning ROM is quite reliable in putting your files onto CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.

    I really liked the SecurDisc Technology feature where you can make a disc readable regardless of what condition its in.

    Even if it has scratches everywhere, is years old etc this will still make it readable. I did test this myself and

    it did actually work for me. I got a blank CD and just went crazy with my car keys. Burned some music to it and

    it worked fine in the CD player. I was sceptical but i am now a believer in SecurDisc Technology.

    Another nice feature, albeit being quite simple is being able to split oversized files onto multiple discs.

    Adding passwords and encryption is also possible which i did not even know.


    Quite a standard backup program where you can save your files to CD, DVD, Blu Ray Disc, FTP Server,

    External hard drive, memory cards, USB sticks and using Nero’s online storage (this requires quite

    an expensive subscription fee which is no where near worth it, so avoid this feature).

    As with most backup solutions they have made it as simple as possible with OneClick Backup.

    One feature which was quite nice was backing up to multiple devices at once which came in handy.

    And again that SecureDisc Technology comes into play by verifying all your data and making

    it as readable and intact as possible, so when you come to restore it everything is perfect.


    Its a very nice suite, is easy to use in most places (some app specific interfaces are still

    not as up to scratch as the rest of the suite). But nowhere near a replacement for the pro.

    I found it was perfect for organising some holiday photos, making a few audio CDs, and even

    burning some home movies onto a blu ray disc. But anything like good video editing is a no-no.

    Definitely stick to your Premiere Pro’s and Sony Vegas’ for that stuff.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. joe blogs says:

    I would like to advise not to buy this product. I purchased NERO 10 in July 2010, after trying to install NERO 10 onto my computer many times it has caused problems with Microsoft NET Framework, making the computer dysfunctual and also making the computer unable to install Microsoft updates. I complained to NERO tech support many times, each time trying to fix the problems. They finally advised to clean off all the versions of NET Frameworks from my computer and re-install them, for which I did and still cannot install NERO 10 software, now they have started blaming Microsoft for the problems. Trying to install NERO 10 software has made my computer a mess. I have GOOGLED these problems on the net and I am not the only person having problems with this software on their computers. My computer is running Windows XP and meets all NERO 10 system requirments and is virus, spyware and malware free and is regulary Microsoft updated. It amazes me how NERO can put this software on the market “DON’T THEY TEST IT” or do they put it out as a beta version and wait for the bugs to arise and the complaints to start rolling in ????

    Rating: 1 / 5

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