System Utilities CD/DVD Writing Nero WMA Plug-in

Nero WMA Plug-in 2.0.9.37 for Windows

by Nero AG

Avg. Rating 3.4 (18 votes)

File Details

File Size 7.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 32,495
Publisher Nero AG
Homepage Nero WMA Plug-in

Publisher's Description

Nero WMA Plug-in will install WMA support (decoding) within Nero , Nero Express, and NeroMIX. To install, just download and execute the file.

Latest Reviews

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.0.9.37 on Dec 13, 2005

This is the same cross platform (MS & Nero) plugin that is needed for ANY version of burning rom. just as wmp needs an mp3 'plugin'. you may just have it already

fatray

fatray reviewed v2.0.9.37 on Dec 12, 2005

This is for Nero6 not 7. WMA is great. It has the best quality and is used lots of formats. And on top of that it's free and cost no money to use it. This is the best, way better then Ogg Vorbis or MP3.

alexrhcosta

alexrhcosta reviewed v2.0.9.33 on Dec 17, 2004

The software is very good!
But... why is there so many stupid people out there...?
Instead of reviewing the software itself, they are b****ing about this or that audio format...
Well, you are just too damn idiot!!!

SG1969

SG1969 reviewed v2.0.9.33 on Dec 17, 2004

jrepin: you should review the nero plugin and rate that, instead of rating the WMA format itself... whether wma is crap or not, nero made the effort to make a plugin for their software.

jrepin

jrepin reviewed v2.0.9.3 Updated on Jun 17, 2004

WMA is bad. It has bad quality and is a closed format. And on top of that you need to pay a lot of money to use it. The best thing you can do is avoid it and use Ogg Vorbis or MP3.

roj

roj reviewed v2.0.9.3 on Aug 1, 2003

It gets three stars because it works. Personally, I prefer to listen to something other than the modern day equivalent of transistor radio sound, even on my portable. However, I do recognise that there are many lemmings out there who will blithely chase this garbage that attempts to pass for an audio standard just because it's included with Windows or they are too brain-dead to learn about quality lossless compression. So, do feel free to pursue that exercise in mediocrity but I would ask that you not have the chutzpah to criticise those who call a spade a spade - after all, it only relects on you. As to ogg portables, firmware is in the advanced stages of development and many a vendor is expressing interest - this is quite understandable since they won't have to pay any royalties to the owner of the format, unlike the situation with *any other format out there* including wma and mp3.

ghammer

ghammer reviewed v2.0.9.3 on Aug 1, 2003

But besides your personal bias, why the one?
It works well, and does what it is supposed to do.
You should keep your petty vendettas away from software reviews.
BTW- Which portable player supports OGG? Which support WMA?

dennis ball

dennis ball reviewed v(2/18/03) on Feb 19, 2003

Stick with MP3... We don't need another closed standard... MP3 (closed) and Ogg (open) are more than enough...

Avg. Rating 3.4 (18 votes)
Your Rating
anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.0.9.37 on Dec 13, 2005

This is the same cross platform (MS & Nero) plugin that is needed for ANY version of burning rom. just as wmp needs an mp3 'plugin'. you may just have it already

fatray

fatray reviewed v2.0.9.37 on Dec 12, 2005

This is for Nero6 not 7. WMA is great. It has the best quality and is used lots of formats. And on top of that it's free and cost no money to use it. This is the best, way better then Ogg Vorbis or MP3.

alexrhcosta

alexrhcosta reviewed v2.0.9.33 on Dec 17, 2004

The software is very good!
But... why is there so many stupid people out there...?
Instead of reviewing the software itself, they are b****ing about this or that audio format...
Well, you are just too damn idiot!!!

SG1969

SG1969 reviewed v2.0.9.33 on Dec 17, 2004

jrepin: you should review the nero plugin and rate that, instead of rating the WMA format itself... whether wma is crap or not, nero made the effort to make a plugin for their software.

jrepin

jrepin reviewed v2.0.9.3 Updated on Jun 17, 2004

WMA is bad. It has bad quality and is a closed format. And on top of that you need to pay a lot of money to use it. The best thing you can do is avoid it and use Ogg Vorbis or MP3.

roj

roj reviewed v2.0.9.3 on Aug 1, 2003

It gets three stars because it works. Personally, I prefer to listen to something other than the modern day equivalent of transistor radio sound, even on my portable. However, I do recognise that there are many lemmings out there who will blithely chase this garbage that attempts to pass for an audio standard just because it's included with Windows or they are too brain-dead to learn about quality lossless compression. So, do feel free to pursue that exercise in mediocrity but I would ask that you not have the chutzpah to criticise those who call a spade a spade - after all, it only relects on you. As to ogg portables, firmware is in the advanced stages of development and many a vendor is expressing interest - this is quite understandable since they won't have to pay any royalties to the owner of the format, unlike the situation with *any other format out there* including wma and mp3.

ghammer

ghammer reviewed v2.0.9.3 on Aug 1, 2003

But besides your personal bias, why the one?
It works well, and does what it is supposed to do.
You should keep your petty vendettas away from software reviews.
BTW- Which portable player supports OGG? Which support WMA?

dennis ball

dennis ball reviewed v(2/18/03) on Feb 19, 2003

Stick with MP3... We don't need another closed standard... MP3 (closed) and Ogg (open) are more than enough...

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