CDRInfo meldt dat ook de Macintosh-bezitters gebruik kunnen gaan maken van Ahead's "burn, baby, burn" Nero. NeroMAX zal deze maand uitkomen, en vanzelfsprekend evenals de PC-versie een enorme hoeveelheid opties hebben. Nog eventjes geduld dus, maar het zit eraan te komen:
Ahead Software have announced their entry into the Apple Macintosh CD Recording application market. NeroMAX will be available from October, and will feature the same ultra stability and advanced CD Recording that has made Nero Burning ROM such a success in the Windows environment. NeroMAX can record most common CD formats including both HFS and ISO data, audio, video, hybrid, mixed mode, and CD Extra. Importantly the discDup, or copy, feature, allows for the backup of other CDís.
Recording analog data onto CD has proved very popular in PC environments and the DirectCut option within NeroMAX converts such analog sound directly into CD-DA format before recording it to CDR/RW. A comprehensive disc rescue feature is also included which allows you to check a CD-R disc that cannot be loaded properly, or that causes un-unexpected error during recording. Also with CD Mounter, you have a utility for the mounting of discs, including ISO sessions.
As well as supporting the standard Macintosh interfaces, NeroMAX will be fully compatible with both USB and IEEE1394. For too long Macintosh users have been denied a real choice in CD Recording applications. From October 2000 NeroMAX is set to provide that long awaited alternative.