Nero Linux 3, the latest version of the firm's software for Linux users, also includes Blu-ray and HD-DVD burning support across all of the high definition formats.
A new internet upload function lets users exchange photos and videos with other users with a single click, and to burn discs with just one click and stream multimedia data to every room in the house across the network.
The latest version also provides a variety of features for increased data security and backup, offering protection for important data should the backups be stolen.
Nero's booth at the IFA show has been set up with a beach theme where visitors are photographed while testing their abilities on a surfboard simulator.
They then have the option of uploading the photo to their personal blog in the My Nero community.
The company is also showcasing its own Nero Digital video format which supports resolutions up to Full HD 1080p, based on MPEG-4 audio and video codec technology.
This allows users to compress audio and video files to a fraction of its original size without a significant loss in quality.
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