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The description threw me off a bit. It sounds like this SW rips CDs and (I assume, non-copyright-protected) DVDs, then sends the music & video files to your phone.

It also burns files to CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays...and includes a streaming/casting app.

Honest question - why would anyone need $100 software to do those things? I don't have experience with Blu-rays, so I'm not sure how much good/free SW is out there yet for that format but, for the other formats & ripping CD, MP3s, etc. I can't imagine why something like this exists. Is this for people who legitimately don't understand how to "put music on their phone" and need literally 1 button to do everything for them?

I'm familiar with the Nero name (they've been around for years), but maybe I'm just used to associating them with other types of products.
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It has been several years since there was a FAR Nero anything. Searched SD to post, found already posted.
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The description threw me off a bit. It sounds like this SW rips CDs and (I assume, non-copyright-protected) DVDs, then sends the music & video files to your phone.

It also burns files to CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays...and includes a streaming/casting app.

Honest question - why would anyone need $100 software to do those things? I don't have experience with Blu-rays, so I'm not sure how much good/free SW is out there yet for that format but, for the other formats & ripping CD, MP3s, etc. I can't imagine why something like this exists. Is this for people who legitimately don't understand how to "put music on their phone" and need literally 1 button to do everything for them?

I'm familiar with the Nero name (they've been around for years), but maybe I'm just used to associating them with other types of products.
The $100 is an inflated original price. It sells from Nero directly for $59.99 and has been on sale from Fry's (during Black Friday) for $19.99 before.

However, the full Nero software is very rarely FAR. Fry's occasionally had dual rebate offers which required an upgrade from a previous Nero version or competitor's product + proof of ownership in order to get Nero free, but I think the last time they did that was like 2016.

It is a good burning engine and a much better program than Nero Express 3.
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are Nero rebates reliable?
thanks.
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are Nero rebates reliable?
thanks.
It's a newegg rebate. They've been reliable for me...
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It's a newegg rebate. They've been reliable for me...
really?
for me they have been taking about 4 months to come and sometimes, not at all.
I have cut down on my newegg purchases because I hate dealing with them
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really?
for me they have been taking about 4 months to come and sometimes, not at all.
I have cut down on my newegg purchases because I hate dealing with them
I didn't say fast, but they've come through. My November rebates all came in late February or early March.

Asus rebates are the ones I don't do anymore, and I don't buy Asus at all because of my experience with their rebate difficulties.
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...As a side though, I kind of even feel sorry for Nero AG - their Burning ROM has been and probably still is THE BEST CD/DVD burning software. I think I started using it when I still was in high school (that said, prior to 2002-2003), 8x CD desktop internal burner was going for $150+ and Audio CDs were highly relevant.

Fast forward to 2018 - I can't even remember when I had a CD or DVD in my hand for the last time. I still have a DVD burner in my laptop, but I don't even have software for it - never needed to.
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Honest question - why would anyone need $100 software to do those things?
I have been using Imgburn, which is a free, lightweight program that has handled all my burning needs (which is mostly limited to backing up photos and home movies on blu ray discs). I'll give Nero a shot for free, but honestly, I can't imagine why anyone would pay more than a couple of bucks for a program like this unless you're constantly burning discs.
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All I really need is decent Bluray burning SW, to reliably (i.e. no coasters) back up and archive mostly non-multimedia data, so I don't need anything fancy with titles and music and intro screens, etc. Does this do that?
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There's so much free software that can do this, why would anyone pay for this nowadays?
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I did the Nero express rebate with H&R block. Don't see any disqualifying language in this one, any experiences to the contrary?
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The description threw me off a bit. It sounds like this SW rips CDs and (I assume, non-copyright-protected) DVDs, then sends the music & video files to your phone.

It also burns files to CDs, DVDs, and Blu-rays...and includes a streaming/casting app.

Honest question - why would anyone need $100 software to do those things? I don't have experience with Blu-rays, so I'm not sure how much good/free SW is out there yet for that format but, for the other formats & ripping CD, MP3s, etc. I can't imagine why something like this exists. Is this for people who legitimately don't understand how to "put music on their phone" and need literally 1 button to do everything for them?

I'm familiar with the Nero name (they've been around for years), but maybe I'm just used to associating them with other types of products.
I need to put music on cd so that I can listen it in my car. I have old car that doesn't take MP3 and it doesn't connect to my iPhone. If anyone has any solution about for me to listen to MP3 in car. It would be greatly appreciated.
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