It is amazing how far mobile phone technology has advanced. Not only are these mobile devices a lot more powerful, they are also capable of delivering high-definition content in the palm of your hand. It is essentially a magic wand that delivers information at the touch of a button. It is beyond a phone at this point and closer to a portable notebook, compared to the early cellular phone models. Put yourself back a few years ago and think of how unreasonable it might have sounded to demand so much capability from a single phone.

Nero Media Suite 10 Platinum

Why shouldn’t the same thing be demanded from multimedia software? Maybe have an all-in-one solution that eliminates the need for multiple program purchases and incompatibility issues. Different mobile phones and different devices, of course, have different requirements when it comes to media playback; some are even locked to accept only a specific codec or resolution for playback. Nero, as a world leader in multimedia software development, has been working towards the goal of a seamless device-to-desktop ecosystem for some time now. With the release of Nero 12, they are improving upon the multimedia and device integration capabilities delivered in Nero 11.

Nero 12 Platinum


Nero 12 is a multimedia suite comprised of seven applications designed to link together a growing device-network lifestyle. The software package consists of: Nero Express, Burning ROM, Nero Recode, BackItUp, Nero Video, Nero Rescue Agent, Nero Blu-Ray and Kwik Media. Nero 12’s applications allow users to manage multimedia files on their home computer then share it to UPNP or DLNA capable media players, create physical discs that can be viewed through DVD players or transcode them optimally to portable device file formats. The Platinum edition of Nero 12 adds Blu-ray functionality and comes with hundreds of templates to work with. The Nero 12 multimedia suite also comes with data backup capabilities through Nero BackItUp so your multimedia library remains safe and will never run the risk of data loss.