.NRI files are image files used by Nero Burning ROM, a CD and DVD burning software developed by Nero AG. These files contain the image of the data that is to be burned onto a disc, and can be used to create exact copies of CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs. The file format is proprietary to Nero, and can only be opened and used by the Nero Burning ROM software or other Nero software that support it.
Nero Burning ROM is a CD, DVD, and Blu-ray disc burning software developed by Nero AG. It is a popular software used for burning and copying data onto optical discs. It also has the ability to create and edit ISO images, as well as the ability to rip audio CDs and convert audio files. The software also includes a feature that allows users to secure their data by encrypting it and adding password protection. Nero Burning ROM is available for Windows and is considered to be a powerful and reliable disc burning software.
How to open NRI file?
To open .nri file in Nero Burning ROM, you would need to have the software installed on your computer. Once you have Nero Burning ROM installed, you can open the .nri file by doing the following:
Launch Nero Burning ROM.
Click on the “File” menu and select “Open.”
Navigate to the location of the .nri file on your computer and select it.
The .nri file will now be opened in Nero Burning ROM, and you can view the contents of the file.
Alternatively, you can also open an .nri file by double-clicking on it, if Nero Burning ROM is set as the default program for opening .nri files. You can also use other software that support nri format like Nero Express, Nero BackItUp, Nero MediaHome and Nero Recode.