Are you joining the growing number of users who are a little despondent with the avalanche of additions that adorn their disc-burning suites these days? Cyberlink has your number. Because rather than follow the Nero or Easy Media Creator route, its Power2Go 6 instead presents a streamlined collection of tools with a narrowed scope, but a less significant footprint as a consequence.
Burn, back up and organize all your videos, photos, data and music with Power2Go 6's improved usability & convenience, Blu-ray disc support, security features and an all-new, slick Windows Vista interface.
Compatible with Windows Vista, Power2Go 6 is designed to seamlessly function with the Windows Vista backdrop like dragging-and-droping desktop files directly to the Gadget in the Windows Sidebar for instant burning. Improved security feature 128-bit encryption while you have the flexibility of protecting an entire disc or only the partial content. The new built-in search uses file names, or tags of music files, like genre, track name or album. For video burning, you may set DVD chapters, video thumbnails and trim videos with flexibility including enhanced video and photo editing features.
- Simplified burning process - find files in an instant, search using tags or titles.
- Drag to burn - drag complete folders or individual files in one easy step.
- Disc capacity bar - manage the number of files you can burn for your current disc media using the easy-to-read capacity bar.
- Burner settings - take control of the burning process with speed, data settings, auto-run, and other burning options.
- Secured data disc - add a password and encrypt to ensure better protection.
- Disc copying - create perfect duplicates of your discs.
- Cyberlink Power2Go can work well-balanced on Windows Vista, XP/2000 (Windows Vista, XP recommended). The menory requirements is: 128 MB SDRAM for music and data burning; 256 MB DDR RAM (512MB recommended) for video burning.
- The CPU requirements is:
- VCD (MPEG-1) production: Intel Pentium II 450 MHz
- DVD (MPEG-2) production: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz, or AMD Athlon 700 MHz (Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz, or AMD Athlon 2100+ or above recommanded)
- If you want to burn high-definition video, your computer should meet the following requirements:
- •1 GB for making VCD videos
- •5~10 GB for making DVD videos
- •15 GB for making HD DVDs
- •25 GB for making Blu-ray Discs