Nero trial versions can be tested for 15 days starting from the date of installation.
AVC, MPEG-4, and AVCHD video formats are not supported for encoding in Nero trial versions. Also the burning options are limited (100 MB / 30 sec).
From Nero start screen you can directly buy the product. After purchase you can easily convert the trial version into a full version product.
To do so, just open Nero ControlCenter and enter the serial key delivered with your purchase.Also check out the video tutorial
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Your previous Nero version can coexist with a current Nero trial version on the same system. Also when you are going to uninstall the Nero trial version your existing Nero product version will remain untouched.
The current trial version of Nero can be downloaded here:http://www.nero.com/downloads.html
You can easily convert a Nero trial version into a full Nero product version by entering the serial key delivered with your purchase.
Also check out the video tutorial.
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If you own only one serial number for your Nero product you are allowed to install the software on one PC / laptop only.
Find more information here: End User Licensing Agreement
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If Nero does not accept your serial number, please check the following:
Go to ‘Nero ControlCenter’ and check for the installed products under ‘Serial numbers’.Make sure that the correct Nero version is installed on your PC.
Go to ‘Nero ControlCenter ‘and click on ‘Update’ to make sure that the latest update of your Nero version is installed.
In ‘Nero ControlCenter’ you can check your serial number, and re-enter it, if necessary.
Make sure that you’re not having any typing errors.
Note that you cannot install Nero 2017 products using a former Nero product version serial number.
If you are using a trial version of Nero 2017 you can easily enter your bought serial number into Nero Control Center to switch to a full product.Also check out the video tutorial.
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‘Nero Video’ provides two ways of video file encoding as shown in the screenshot: ‘Fast encoding (1-Pass)’ and ‘High Quality (2-Pass )’.
Two pass encoding makes sense if you have used many effects that need to re-render the individual frames from scratch, or if your input and output formats differ a lot. Two pass encoding does a double check to tweak out the last bit of quality. If your input and output formats are more or less identical it is not neccessary to do 2-pass.
Also note that 2-pass encoding takes the double amount of time to finish the encoding.
Moreover ‘Nero Video’ has ‘Nero SmartEncoding’ technology included that helps you save time and quality in case your input and output format are identical. When SmartEncoding jumps in it will not re-render your exported file and save original quality to file.
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