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5 Things You Didn't Know About Nero
- The company's name comes from the name of the infamous emperor of Rome, who supposedly played the fiddle while the city burned.
- Nero's home country of Germany is where the consumer archiving industry's previous market-leading software package (Roxio's Toast) was developed.
- The company has taken some heat from the movie and music industries for allowing users to easily copy copyrighted material.
- For this reason, in some cases Nero has altered their software to make copying of copyrighted material impossible or flawed.
- Company founder Richard Lesser left Nero in 2008 to found Cinemo, a new company dedicated to creating and promoting platform-independent software formats for automotive playback.
How to Redeem a Coupon Code at Nero.com
Redeeming a coupon is easy. Simply copy the Promo Code by clicking the large "Show Code" button within the coupon. Then, click the Copy button next to the Promo Code number for that coupon and click the link to go directly to the Nero site from the coupon. Note if you do not access the Nero site this way you may not be able to receive the discount.
When you're ready to order a product, go to the "Online Shop" section of the Nero website. Click the "Buy Now" or "Upgrade" button for the item you desire. On the next screen, you should see the product you desire with the price and the discount automatically applied. If the discount is not shown, you should call Nero for help, as your browser may not have cookies turned on or there may be another technical issue.
Nero.com doesn't have a Sale section per se, but they do have a section of their site where you can try their products for free before you buy. There are also some additional free products, tools, utilities and mobile apps (some of which focus on audio, cover/insert designs and rights management) there. If you're lucky there may be one or two special offers at the bottom of the page enabling additional discounts
Nero was founded in 1995 as Ahead Software to make a CD-ROM backup application called "Burning ROM." The first version of the product, version 1.0, was released in 1997. By 1998, the company released version 4.0 of the software and in 2000 followed up with version 5.0. At this point, the company launched its second product, called "Feurio," that was created for burning Audio CDs (the package is now freely available as shareware).
In 2001, Ahead opened its American office in California. Two years later, the company released a multimedia "suite" version of Burning ROM, simply named "Nero." This version allowed users to create, manage and convert multimedia content and eventually stream and edit it. The company also launched its own Nero Digital format and by this time claimed more than 100 million users of its products.
In 2004, the company opened a Japanese subsidiary and launched its PhotoShow product. In 2005, the company changed its official name to Nero AG and surpassed 200 employees worldwide. It launched Nero 7.0 and a version of the product for the Linux operating system.
In 2006, the company created its My Nero online community and a mobile app. A year later, it opened a Chinese subsidiary in Hangzhou, China and launched its SecurDisc technology.
In 2008, more than 300 million copies of its products had been distributed. The company launched version 9.0 of Nero and started to branch out beyond archiving and backup software with two new packages, Nero Move It and Nero LiquidTV. By the following year, Nero had more than 500 employees. Two new subsidiaries in Germany were opened, Nero Development and Services and Nero EMEA Sales, the latter focused on the Europe, Asian and Middle Eastern markets. The company created another new product, BackItUp & Burn.
In 2010, the 10.0 version of the multimedia suite product was released in both regular and Platinum HD versions. The company also introduced its Vision Xtra, Video Premium HD and BurnExpress products. In 2011, the company released Kwik Media for managing photos and the 11.0 version of many of its other products, including Burning ROM.
Currently, Nero is the market leader for multimedia backup/archiving and CD burning. In addition to direct sales, the company's products are very often bundled with computers, CD drives or other storage products, enabling a large user base.
Other competitors offering similar products include Roxio (maker of Roxio Creator and Toast software) and Acronis (maker of TrueImage).
Until it was spun off in 2001, Roxio was a division of Adaptec, a company that made hardware storage products. Adaptec had acquired Nero's largest competitor product, called Toast (the name taken from the process of "burning" CD-ROMs), from its developer in Germany. Roxio also had its own product, called Easy Media Creator (later shortened to simply "Creator"). Creator aimed to offer a more simplified package for those people looking to do straightforward archiving, whereas Nero wanted to be able to offer many different custom configuration and format options for advanced users. Roxio currently sells both Creator and Toast, in addition to other backup products such as Easy VHS to DVD, Easy LP to MP3, Easy DVD Copy, PhotoShow and Retrospect (the latter acquired from storage company EMC). Roxio is a mixture of acquired and merged companies that all had products in the archiving and backup industry. It is now owned by Corel Corporation.
Acronis is a Swiss company, which makes many different backup solutions for consumer and industrial use. In the consumer segment, its premier product is TrueImage, whereas in the business marketplace its flagship product is called Acronis Backup. The company was founded by three Russian computer scientists and was spun out of operating system software emulator developer SWSoft in 2003. Acronis makes other more serious products for specific purposes such as disaster recovery and enterprise file sharing. Its TrueImage product is designed to do pure backups and has no multimedia functionality. Previously, it was only available for Microsoft operating systems.
This is a sample of Amazing Nero Video Effects, which come with its products. There are sample scenes showing many of the different effects before and after they've been applied.
Nero Social Media Links
Nero's official Twitter account features videos, promotions, tips and tutorials, as well as announcements and links to third-party sites of interest.
Nero's official Facebook page offers posts of promotions, tips, feedback, announcements and news. Customers with specific questions can ask them directly to the company or respond to detailed steps in tutorials or tips. The company also has a Nero BackItUp Facebook page, at www.facebook.com/nerobackitup, as well as separate Facebook pages in German and Spanish.
Nero's official Google+ account features photo albums of Nero's digital solutions.
The Nero Youtube channel is here, featuring demos, technique videos and press announcements, in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Detailed tutorials help users discover the most efficient ways to use Nero's products for home and business use.
The official Pinterest page of Nero features boards of Nero solutions, from videos to slideshows to digital scrapbooks. There are also articles, reviews, quotes, news events, tutorials, humorous memes, promotions and tips. There's plenty of information on how to use Nero's products for all your digital media and how to get the most out of them. Additionally, there's information in other languages, as well, such as French, Spanish, German and Portuguese.
Nero Contact Info
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