Well, I own avs4you and iit is a great program. It is just that when we bought it there were no restrictions on how many times you could download it to a new computer. A lifetime subscription, and now after 5 years they tell us we can’t put it on a new computer without buying it again. It is a great program. I also own Nero 9 and didn’t get as much out of it as I wanted. so it depends on what you want to do. I edit videos and make videos from jpeg. and put sound to them. I take out background noise from videos. Avs4 you is the better program.
[QUOTE=korz;2504933]I’m debating between buying Nero9 versus AVS4YOU. I’ve looked at reviews of both and AVS4YOU seems to have more problems: half the people say they have no problems, the other half say they can’t get it to work. I had and liked Nero6.6, but now I’ve built a new box and put 64-bit Win7 on it, so my old Nero6.6 won’t run on it.
The primary things I need to do with this software are:
- back up .JPG’s and .AVI’s to CD’s and DVD’s,
- burn .MP3’s of the Steve Dahl podcast to CD-RW’s, and
- create slide shows to play on my home DVD player.
It wouldn’t hurt to be able to convert between various video file formats and I think that Nero9 has a “corrupted file fixer” utility that I wouldn’t mind having. Also, I have some DVD’s I’ve created from Hi-8 video tapes… I wouldn’t mind copying them directly, but I have imgburn, which I can use to create an ISO image and then burn that to another disk, so I have a two-step way to do it.
Which do you think is better or is there something even better than those two?