Ashampoo Burning Studio Free

Ashampoo Burning Studio Free

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CD/DVD/Blu-Ray burning suite Ashampoo Burning Studio Free is a full featured CD/DVD/Blu-Ray burning suite that enables you to create data, music, video and audio discs. You can also create backups that span across multiple discs, rip music tracks from Audio CDs and create or burn disc images in ISO or BIN/CUE format. The task oriented interface makes it easy get started and spares you most of the technical details. Other features include automatic audio conversion from WAV, MP3, FLAC, WMA and Ogg files, disc copying, compressed file backup and restore, disk erasing, VCD/SVCD support, project burning and more. Free registration required. Copyright

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Product Details

Publisher Ashampoo Gmbh & Co. Kg (11) Price Free
Version 1.24.13  history Last updated Jul 17, 2023
File Size 31.3 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars70% 12
4 stars11% 2
3 stars5% 1
2 stars5% 1
1 star5% 1
Based on 17 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Great copier 4 stars by realbull2009250 Sep 01, 2016 (Read all my 60 reviews)
It has never failed me for copying CDs. I have used it for years and never had any crackling on the audio tracks, but it's possible that it could because there isn't a tool to verify the copied music files with something like AccuRip. Anyway, for what it's worth(FREE) it's a great copier that will satisfy general users and maybe some advance users. It's a Microsoft partner, so it will be compatible with Windows. It needs registration, so you'd probably better off using the GiveAway version, Burning Studio 2016 like I do instead. show Review details
It's free. but so is the static. 2 stars by mutaulgia251 Apr 10, 2015
Was so impressed with ABS Free. Installed it to burn an audio cd. Simple & intuitive, compiling and burning couldn't be easier. Skimmed the 1st disc burned to verify. Sounded good. Made several more copies after the 1st take. THEN, I listened carefully to the ENTIRE cd. Whoa. About halfway thru the disc (didn't matter what track), the tiniest SNAP, a CRACKLE here, a few POPS there. Of course, these sounds were NOWHERE on the original recordings. Even installed ABS Free on a different computer. Same deal. The occasional staticky snap or three halfway thru the disc -- even with a completely different playlist of tunes. Is this ABS' way of mitigating copyright infringement? Long story short, reburned wCDBurnerXP. No snaps, crackles or pops. Anywhere. show Review details
Still great 5 stars by gimpguy Jan 07, 2014 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Been using since before 2008 and still going. The latest version is very stable and I've had no issues with it at all. With burn, backup, convert, and all very easy to manage burning techniques, for FREE it's hard to ask for more and haven't had to. I think Ashampoo puts out awesome products for free and always take a chance to thank them for it. As far as the poster below, I would look at what happened on your end with the disc opening automatically, not the software. It would have been better to not choose open with in Windows Auto Play option since Ashampoo won't open a blank disk unless a user chooses it MANUALLY in Auto Play. Ouch, yeah. So simply go to control panel, Auto play, and in the options you can set a disc to not open. Cured. Again, haven't had the need to use anything else for most common burning needs. I highly recommend it. show Review details
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