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Issue Date: June 2007

Blu-ray for Linux

7 June 2007

Phoenix Software and Nero have announced that Nero Linux 3 is now available in South Africa. The first Linux application to offer Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD data burning support, Nero Linux 3 has been redesigned to maximise ease of use, efficiency, and speed with next-generation disc formats.
“The launch of Nero Linux 3 signifies our ongoing commitment to the passionate and devoted community of Linux users,” said Udo Eberlein, chief operating officer, Nero AG. “By combining innovative Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD data burning support with an ultra-intuitive user interface and a host of other advanced features, Nero Linux 3 is establishing a new dimension in burning technology for the Linux platform.”
In addition to offering Blu-ray and HD DVD burning capabilities enabled through full UDF support, Nero Linux 3 natively supports 64-bit systems. For worldwide usability, Unicode supports Nero Linux 3 in 26 languages. Nero Linux 3 is fully compatible with numerous Linux distributions including the following and any later versions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, SuSE Linux 10.0, Fedora 4, Debian GNU/Linux 3.1, and Ubuntu 5.10.
To provide a maximised user experience, Nero Linux 3 incorporates the same overall design and usability features as Nero Burning ROM 7.
Featuring SmartDetect automatic drive support, Nero Linux 3 is quick and easy to set up. In addition to offering a powerful suite of CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and HD DVD recording tools, Nero Linux 3 boasts integrated audio capabilities such as high speed digital audio extraction.
An embedded Ogg, Flac, Wav, and MP3 audio encoder/decoder/transcoder further allows users to take full control of their music collections.

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