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%travis_48 2:53pm on Thursday, June 10th, 2010 
opinions about cheetah are welcome The OEM version that came with my Sony DVD writer seems hard to figure out.
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The OEM version that came with my Sony DVD writer seems hard to figure out, even using the express version.
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nero fantastic but of kit the best thing since sliced bread!!!!!!so easy to use you cannot go wrong with it nero fantastic but of kit the best thing since sliced bread!!!!!!so easy to use you cannot go wrong with it

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Entry miniDVD
Entry CD/DVD-ROM (Boot) Entry CD/DVD-ROM (UDF) Entry CD/DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO)
Compilation Screen Entry Audiobook CD Creates an audiobook CD. The file format of the original audiobook has to be in AA (Audible Audio) format. The burned audiobook CD can be read and played by CD players. Since audiobooks can play for several hours, Nero Burning ROM saves the audiobook to multiple audio CDs. Entry DVD-Video Creates a DVD that delivers high-quality playback of video and/or picture files on DVD players. You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn a DVD if the DVD video title, i.e. a complete DVD folder structure, is already available.
The Nero Vision program works best for creating Video CDs and Super Video CDs. Nero Vision is an application of Nero Suite and is installed automatically together with its suite. You will find further information in the Nero Vision manual. The actual entries that are available, and the actual disc types (e.g. DVD) that can be written to depend on the recorder used. You can find more information on Blu-ray support at www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=416. The following buttons are available: Button Nero Express Button Open Button New Button Cancel You can set the options for the respective disc format on the tabs in the New Compilation window. Which tabs are available depends on the disc type that is selected. Starts Nero Express. Nero Express is a wizard-driven application based on Nero Burning ROM. You will find further information in the Nero Express manual. Opens a file browser where you can find and open a saved compilation. Opens the selection screen where you can select the files for burning. Closes the New Compilation window.
The following tabs are available: Tab Info Tab Multisession Tab ISO Tab UDF Tab Label Tab Date Tab Misc Allows you to define the date of the compilation and of the associated files. You can also specify a validity period for the disc. You can access the data regardless of the validity period specified. Defines whether and which files are stored in the buffer memory. If you posses a Lightscribe recorder you can create the label here or select what is to be printed. For the CD-ROM (ISO) disc type, you can convert the code for an AVI video here to make it compatible with Xvid/MPEG -4 or DivX. We recommend that you only convert the code if you have experience with FourCC codes and AVI videos. Contains options for configuring audio files. You can also enter additional information about the CD. Defines the strategy used by Nero Burning ROM for handling CD-DA files from a source audio CD. Contains options for configuring albums. Contains general options for Video/Super Video CD. Allows you to configure the appearance and content of the menu for the Video/Super Video CD. Displays statistical information on the audiobook CD, such as the number of CDs required. Contains options for configuring a bootable disc. Defines the label of the CD. Contains options for configuring the UDF file system. Contains options for configuring multisession discs. This tab is only available if a burner is installed. Contains options for configuring the ISO file system. Shows statistical information on the compilation.

Tab Audio CD Tab CDA Options Tab CD EXTRA Tab Video CD Tab Menu Tab Audiobook CD Tab Boot
Compilation Screen Tab Writing See also: Compiling Data CDs/DVDs 18 Compiling Audio CDs 29 Mixed Mode CD And CD EXTRA 36 Compiling an Audio Book CD 37 Compiling Video CDs/Super-Video CDs 53 Compiling DVD-Videos or miniDVDs 56 Contains options for configuring burning.

Selection Screen

The selection screen is the starting point for work that you want to do on compilations. The selection screen is displayed in the main screen after you select the disc type and format and click the New button. The selection screen consists of the compilation area, the browser area and a capacity scale.
The Compilation Area is named after the relevant compilation. Files and folders are compiled here for burning. In the browser area (Browser), you can find the elements that you want to burn. The File Browser is similar to other file browsers and provides a toolbar and address bar with typical functionality.
Compilation Screen The bottom margin of the screen contains a capacity scale in MB for data discs or minutes (min) for Audio CDs. The exact size of the scale will depend on which disc type you have selected.
If the Browser Area is hidden, you can show it again using the
When you are compiling files, a capacity bar indicates how much space the files need on the disc. The color of the capacity bar indicates whether the data will fit on the disc or not: Green capacity bar Yellow capacity bar (from the yellow mark on the scale) Red capacity bar (from the red mark on the scale) The data will fit on the disc. The data might fit on the disc. The size of the disc that has been inserted will determine whether the data will fit or not. The data will not fit on the disc. (Unless you have inserted an oversize disc.)
The yellow and red marks are set by default for discs that are commercially available. The disc type you have selected will determine the exact scale value. Capacity of the CD recordable disc For example, blank CDs are available with a capacity of 650 MB or 700 MB. Therefore the yellow mark is set for CDs at 650 MB and the red at 700 MB. Display the Capacity Bar If the capacity scale is hidden, you can show it again by clicking the File > Options > Compilation menu and by selecting the check box Show compilation size in the Nero status bar.

Multisession Tab

The following configuration options are available on the Multisession tab in the Multisession area: Option button Start Multisession disc Burns the selected compilation in one session to the disc. If the disc already contains sessions, you can also select this option. Sessions are then not imported and cross references are not set.
Data Disc Option button Continue Multisession disc Option button No Multisession Continues a multisession disc by burning an additional session to a disc with at least one session. Cross references to the imported session are set in the process. Creates a disc without a multisession.

5.3.2 ISO Settings

The ISO tab provides options for configuring the ISO file system. ISO 9660 is a system-independent standard. It can be read on all operating systems. The following features apply:
Permits eight characters (Level 1) or 31 characters (Level 2) for the file name. Permits eight characters for the folder name. Restricts the maximum directory depth to eight levels (including root folder).
The characters A-Z, 0-9 and the underscore (_) are permitted. In the ISO tab, in the area Relax Restriction, the restrictions imposed by the selected file system can be relaxed. For example, you can allow a higher path level or more than 64 characters for the Joliet name. If it is to be possible to read the disc on all operating systems, select ISO 9660 as the file system and uncheck all boxes in the Relax restrictions area.
An advisory message appears in the ISO tab in the Information area if the disc cannot be read on all operating systems. If the disc is to be used mainly on Windows computers and you want to use lowercase letters and foreign language characters for the file names, select ISO 9660 + Joliet as the file system. The following setting options are available on the ISO tab in the Data and File areas: Drop-down menu Data mode Selects the mode for the data. Mode 1 and Mode 2/XA are available. Newer drives can easily read Mode 1 and Mode 2/XA CDs. However, some older drives cannot read Mode 1 discs correctly. In the case that the disc is to be able to be read in any case on older drives, select the Mode 2/XA format. Selects the file system that is used for the data. ISO 9660 only and ISO 9660 + Joliet are available. ISO 9660 only: ISO format alone is used. ISO 9660 + Joliet: ISO format is used and is enhanced by the Joliet standard.
Drop-down menu File system
Data Disc Drop-down menu Length of file name Defines the possible length of the file name. Level 1 and Level 2 are available. In level 1 the file name can be eight characters long and the file name extension (e.g. *.doc) three characters. In level 2 the file name can be 31 characters long. Defines the font used.

Drop-down menu Character set

5.3.3 UDF Settings

The UDF tab provides options for configuring the UDF file system. The UDF standard was developed by Osta (Optical Storage Technology Association) in response to the requirements of DVDs. The standard works on all platforms. The following setting options are available in the Options drop-down menu: Entry Automatic Settings Entry Manual Settings Entry Enable Xbox compatibility mode Sets options automatically for the UDF file system. We recommend that you select this entry. Enables you to manually define the UDF partition type and the file system version. Creates a disc that is compatible with Xbox. This entry is available if the No Multisession option button is selected on the Multisession tab.
A disc that is compatible with Xbox cannot be created as a multisession disc.

Saving Data Track

With Nero Burning ROM you can save a data disc as an image file. The image file can later be burned to a recordable disc. The result is a copy of the original data disc. To save the data disc as an image file, proceed as follows:
1. Insert the data disc in a drive. 2. Click the Extras > Save data tracks menu.
The Select Track window is opened. The tracklist shows you the sessions and data
tracks that are found on the disc. Due to the technical reasons, only the first data track of the first session can be saved.

Select Track

3. Select the first data track. 4. Click the Save Track button.
The Save As window is opened.
5. Select a file name and a storage location. 6. In the Save As drop-down menu, select the desired output format (ISO or NRG) for the image file.
7. Click the Start button.
The Progress window is opened and displays the progress made while saving. When
the save process is complete, the window is closed automatically.
You have successfully created an image file starting from a data disc. Now you can burn
the image file to a disc.
Check Point Media Encryption CD/DVD
With Nero Burning ROM and Check Point Media Encryption you can create discs with special encryption security protection. This feature is only available if all of the following requirements are fulfilled: (1) Check Point Endpoint Security Media Encryption, version R73 or later, is installed on your computer. (2) You are allowed to create Check Point Media Encryption CD/DVDs. (3) You have a special serial number. The procedure for compiling and burning a Check Point Media Encryption disc is basically the same as the procedure for compiling and burning data discs. Be sure to select the CD/DVD-ROM (Check Point) entry in the New Compilation window. When starting the burn process, a window, which originates from Check Point Media Encryption, will be opened. After entering security information, e.g. a password for encryption as defined in your Check Point Media Encryption settings, Check Point Media Encryption then encrypts the data. When the encryption is finished, the window is closed and Nero Burning ROM continues the burn process. Depending on your Check Point Media Encryption settings, a decryption tool is burned on the disc, allowing another user, who does not have Check Point Media Encryption, to access to the data by entering the password. The encryption of the data does not take place in Nero Burning ROM. Nero AG is not responsible for the data encryption and the decryption tool. These features are provided by Check Point Software Technologies.

Compiling an Audio Book CD
With Nero Burning ROM you can compile audio book files and burn them as an audio book CD, i.e. in the form of an Audio CD. You can then play it on any standard CD player. Since audiobooks can play for several hours, Nero Burning ROM saves the audiobook to multiple Audio CDs. During the burn process, you are prompted to insert new blank discs. The procedure for compiling audio book CDs is basically the same as the procedure for creating an Audio CD.
Automatic Music Recognition
With Gracenote MusicID Nero Burning ROM can identify music files. So called metadata such as artist, title, and genre are accessed from the Gracenote Media Database and displayed in Nero Burning ROM. The identified metadata is written to the music file and is then available. Identification is possible for single audio files as well as complete original Audio CDs. If the metadata of the Audio CD is not yet included in the database then you can enter it and make it available. The metadata is sent to Gracenote and added into the database. With Gracenote you can have audio files identified out of any sort of compilation. This is particularly useful when audio files are not named or are only partially named. The metadata that is made available by Gracenote is used for the compilation and is written into the audio files. In this way your music collection is correctly tagged with all information. During the following actions, original Audio CDs can be automatically identified in Nero Burning ROM with Gracenote MusicID.
Copying Audio CD Saving Tracks from the Audio CD to Hard Drive Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, please visit www.gracenote.com.
6.4.1 Identifying Audio Files
You can have the added audio files in the music compilations identified with Gracenote and access metadata such as artist and title from the Gracenote Media Database. To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Select the type of compilation to burn a music CD.
The compilation screen is displayed.
2. Add audio files from the hard drive to the music compilation. 3. Select one or more audio files in the compilation. 4. Right-click to open the context menu. 5. Select the Get Metadata entry.
The audio files are analyzed and the required information is sent to Gracenote. The Edit
MetaData window is opened. The metadata received by Gracenote is displayed in the New Info area.

Edit Metadata window

6. If necessary, edit the metadata, e.g. track number, title, artist, album title, year, and genre. 7. Click the Apply button.

The Edit Metadata window is closed. The metadata is written into the audio file and accordingly shown in Nero Burning ROM.
Copy Audio CDs to Hard Drive
Using Nero Burning ROM you can save audio files from an Audio CD on the hard drive. In the process, the files are encoded, i.e. converted into a format that the computer can read. The audio file is usually also compressed. The Audio CD can be automatically identified with Gracenote. So called metadata such as title, genre, and track title are accessed by the Gracenote Media Database and associated to the tracks. That way you have audio files that are accurately and fully named after the encoding process. Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, please visit www.gracenote.com.
Audio CD And Audio Files Audio files from copy-protected Audio CDs cannot be saved. To save audio files, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Extras > Save Audio Tracks menu.
The Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive window is opened.
2. Insert your Audio CD into a drive.
The disc is being analyzed and the required information is sent to Gracenote. If an exact
matching entry is found in the Gracenote Media Database then that metadata will be used and displayed. If several entries are found then the Matches window opens and the metadata-records in question are displayed.
3. Select the metadata-record that matches your Audio CD. 4. Click the Send New Data button if none of the metadata records match your Audio CD.
The Edit MetaData window is opened.

Edit MetaData

The Edit MetaData window also opens if no matching entry is found in the database but you want to enter the metadata and make it available.
5. If necessary, edit the metadata such as title, artist, album title, year, or genre. 6. Click the Advanced Options button if you want to add additional information.
The Gracenote MusicID Information window, which originates from Gracenote, opens.
After entering the additional information you have to close this window so that the Edit MetaData window is displayed again.
7. Click the Submit Data button.
If you have changed the Audio CD's metadata or filled them in for the first time then the
changes are sent to Gracenote and entered into the Gracenote Media Database after having been checked. The Edit MetaData window is closed and the information is passed on to the Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive window.

Button Expert

The following encoding options are available in the Expert Features area: Check box Original bit Sets the original bit in the music file, which differentiates between the copy and the original. Check box selected: Original bit = 1, i.e. original. Check box cleared: Original bit = 0, i.e. copy. Sets the private bit in the music file. It is reserved for the user and is only used for informational purposes. Sets the copyright bit in the music file, which identifies protected content. Check box selected: Copyright bit = 1, i.e. protected. Check box cleared: Copyright bit = 0, i.e. unprotected. Also sets a checksum in the music file to ensure that transfer errors are detected. Uses a special codec at high frequencies that only saves the directional information and volume. Mixes two stereo channels down to one mono signal. This option is useful when the output data is of such poor quality that a poor stereo signal is to be expected. An increase in quality is expected when downmixing to mono. Selects a padding type for MP3 blocks. We recommend padding type ISO that pads MP3 blocks according to the ISO specification.
Check box Write CRC Check box Allow intensity stereo coding Check box Allow downmix

Drop-down menu Padding

6.6.1.4
Nero Digital Encoding Options
Nero Burning ROM can encode audio files of an Audio CD in the Nero Digital Audio format. Set options in the Nero AAC Encoder Settings window that you can open in the Encode Files window via the Settings button. Ensure that you have selected Nero Digital Audio as the Output file format.
Nero AAC Encoder Settings
The following setting options are available in the Nero AAC Encoder Settings window: Drop-down menu entry Variable Bitrate Specifies a variable bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and thus the quantity of the saved data adapts to the dynamics of the audio file. The bit rate, for example, can be lowered at quieter points in the track. You can set the variable bit rate between 0 and 100. 0 means the lowest, 100 the highest quality. Drop-down menu entry Average Bitrate Specifies an average bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and thus the quantity of the saved data adapts to the dynamics of the audio file but the average bit rate tends to the defined value. In principle is it a variable bit rate with a limited bit band width and thus combining the advantages of the variable and the constant bitrate. Specifies a constant bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and thus the quantity of the saved data is the same over the entire audio file. Specifies the bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and thus the quantity of the saved data. If the bit rate is small, less data is transferred. The file is then small, but quality is lower. If the bit rate is high, more data is transferred. The file size is then large, but the quality is high. The default value of 128 is near CD quality.

10.2 Printing LightScribe Label
The process for printing the label is integrated into the burn process. First, the compilation is burned. You then flip the disc over, and the label is being burned. To print a label, proceed as follows:
1. Create a compilation and select the files to burn. 2. Select a LightScribe recorder from the drop-down menu in the toolbar. 3. If you want to set the print options for LightScribe:
1. Click the File > Options menu. The Options window is opened. The configuration options for LightScribe are displayed. 2. Click the LightScribe tab. 3. Select the desired printing quality from the Print contrast area. The better the quality, the longer the recorder takes to print the label. 4. Set the other options you require. 5. Click the OK button. The changes are saved and the window is closed.
4. Click the Burn button.
5. Click the Misc tab. 6. Select the Print Label check box in the LightScribe area.
7. If you want to use an existing label:
1. Select the entry Use Nero CoverDesigner files from the drop-down menu in the LightScribe area. The Open browser window is opened. The window is closed and the selected file accepted for this compilation. 2. Select a Nero CoverDesigner file and click the Open button.
8. If you want to create a label for this compilation:
1. Select the entry Use label from compilation from the LightScribe area. The CD Label Editor window is opened. 2. Create a label. 3. If you want to change the label you have created, click the Edit button. The interface in the CD Label Editor window and the procedure for creating labels work on the same principle as Nero CoverDesigner. Please see the Nero CoverDesigner user manual for full instructions on how to make professional looking covers and labels.
9. Set the options you require in the tabs. 10. Insert a blank LightScribe CD with the data side facing down and click the Burn button.
The burn process starts and the compilation is burned. A progress bar indicates the progress being made by the burn process. When the burn process is complete the disc is ejected. A window is opened with the message "Please insert a LightScribe disc into the drive with the label side facing down".
11. Insert the blank LightScribe disc into the recorder with the label side facing down and click
The LightScribe Print Properties window is opened and the print process starts.In the
LightScribe Print Properties window a progress bar indicates the progress being made. When the print process has finished, a window is opened with the message "Burn process completed successfully".

12. Click the OK button.

The disc is ejected. You have printed a LightScribe label.
See also: LightScribe Settings 85

Labelflash

11.2 Printing Labelflash Labels And DiskT@2
Basically, it is irrelevant whether you print on the label or the data side when creating labels. The label is actually printed outside the normal burn process. You can print on the label side of the DVD at any time. We recommend that you print on the data side first when you have burned the compilation. It is not possible to burn data on a printed data side. When you insert a DVD on which data has already been burned, Nero Burning ROM automatically identifies the space that is still available on the data side and on which you can print. To print a Labelflash label on the label side or a DiskT@2 on the data side of your DVD, proceed as follows:
1. If you want to print a Labelflash label on the label side, insert a blank Labelflash disc into the
recorder with the label side facing down.
The Burn Label window is opened with the Labelflash logo.
2. If you want to print a DiskT@2 on the data side, insert a blank Labelflash disc with the data
side facing down in the recorder.
The Burn Label window is opened with the DiskT@2 logo.
3. Create a label according to your requirements or open a label that you have already created
with Nero CoverDesigner. The interface in the Burn Label window and creation of a label work on the same principle as Nero CoverDesigner. See the separate Nero CoverDesigner manual for full instructions on how to create professional looking covers and labels.
4. If you want to change the area in which the label is printed, change the print area accordingly
using the input fields Inner Radius and Width. 1. Click the Change button. The Labelflash Print Properties window is opened. 2. If you want to change the printing quality, select a quality level from the Print quality profile drop-down menu. 3. If you select the User defined entry from the Print quality profile drop-down menu, you can change the contrast level and the rotation speed. 4. Click the OK button.
5. If you want to view or change the print properties:
Labelflash Print Properties

13.2 Copying Disc

To copy a disc, proceed as follows: If you are not in possession of the copyright for the relevant CD/DVD and do not have authorization from the owner of the copyright, unauthorized copying of CDs violates national and international legislation. Copy-protected Audio CDs cannot be copied using Nero Burning ROM.
Some CDs/DVDs are copy-protected and cannot be copied. If you are not sure whether your CD/DVD can be copied, activate simulation before commencing the actual physical burn process.
1. Click the Copy button in the main screen.
2. Select the disc type you want from the drop-down menu. 3. Carry out the desired settings in the tabs. 4. If you want to copy discs using the Image Copy method:
1. Clear the On the fly check box on the Copy Options tab. 2. Insert the disc that you want to copy into the recorder.
5. If you want to copy discs using the on-the-fly method:
1. 2. 3. 4. Select the On-the-fly check box on the Copy Options tab. Select the drive that contains the disc to be copied from the Drive drop-down menu. Insert the disc that you want to copy into the selected drive. Insert a blank disc.
6. Click the Copy button.
If you are copying via the drive, the copy process starts. If you are using Nero Image Recorder, the Save Image File message window is opened.
7. Enter a name for your image file in the File Name text box. 8. Select the relevant storage location in the Save to directory tree and click the Save button.
The copy and/or save process starts. You can follow the process status in the status bar.
If you are using a single drive for copying, you will be prompted to remove the source disc and to insert a suitable blank disc after the image file has been written.
9. Click the Next button.
You have successfully copied a disc.

13.3 Copy Settings

In the New Compilation window, define the options for copying at the beginning of the copy procedure. You can use the Copy button in the main screen to open the window. The New Compilation window consists of a drop-down menu, various buttons, and tabs.

Copy settings

Only those disc types supported by the recorder are displayed in the drop-down menu. If the recorder can only burn CDs, the drop-down menu is grayed out. Using Nero Burning ROM you can create image files for disc types that the installed recorder cannot burn. You can enable this function via the File > Options > Expert Features menu, Enable all supported recorder formats for image recorder check box. The drop-down menu in the Compilation window then makes available all supported disc types. The following configuration options are available: Button Disc Info Button Copy Displays information on the disc inserted, such as contents (if any) or available capacity for instance. Starts the copy process.

Erase Rewritable Disc window
The following configuration options are available in the Erase Rewritable Disc window: Selection list Select recorder Check box Use multiple recorders Simultaneously erases CDs/DVDs in multiple recorders. Defines the desired recorder.
Erase Rewritable Disc Window Selection list Select the erase method to be used Defines the erase method. Two options are available: The Quick-erase rewritable disc method does not physically erase all data from the disc, but only the references to the contents. The disc will appear to be empty even though the data is still physically available. Erasing a disc using this method takes between one and two minutes. The Full-erase rewritable disc method physically erases all data from the disc. The contents cannot be restored with conventional methods. Repeated full erasing increases the probability that third parties will not be able to reconstruct the contents. Erasing the disc using this method takes longer than the other method, depending on the type of disc involved. Selection list Erase speed Button Erase Button Cancel Cancels the action and closes the window. Starts the erase process. Defines the erase speed.
Updating The Virus Scanner
A virus scanner that checks the data to be burned is integrated in Nero Burning ROM. This ensures that infected data will not be burned. We recommend that you update the virus scanners regularly. The database is updated via an Internet connection. The following requirement must be fulfilled: You must have an active Internet connection. To update the virus scanner, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Help > Update Antivirus Scanner menu.
A message window is opened reminding you to connect to the Internet.

2. Click the OK button.

Nero Burning ROM is connected to the FTP server av.nero.com and the antivirus files
are downloaded. The Downloading File window is opened; a progress bar indicates the progress being made by the update process. When the database has been updated, a message window is opened indicating that the database is now updated.

3. Click the OK button.

You have updated the virus scanner database.

17.3 Disc Formats

Audio CD Mixed mode CDs CD EXTRA Video CD (VCD) Super Video CD (SVCD) miniDVD Audiobook CD

DVD-Video

17.4 Audio Formats And Codecs

Advanced Audio Coding (AAC, M4A, MP4) Audible Audiobook (AA) Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF, AIF) Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDA) Musical Instrumental Digital Interface (MIDI, MID) MP3 / mp3PRO Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 2 (MP2) Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4) Nero Digital (MP4) OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGM) Recource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE) Windows Media Audio (WMA)

17.5 Metadata


Advanced Streaming Format (ASF) Audio Video Interleave (AVI) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) Nero Digital (MP4) OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGM) Recource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE) Windows Media Audio (WMA) Windows Media Video (WMV) ID3 Tags (v1.1/v2) Joint Photografic Expert Group (JPEG, JPG, JPE) Portable Network Graphics (PNG) Bitmap (BMP) Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) Tagged Image File Format (TIFF, TIF) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)
17.6 Video Formats And Codecs
Advanced Streaming Format (ASF) Audio Video Interleave (AVI) Digital Video (DV) Moving Picture Experts Group-2 (MPG, MPEG, DAT, M2T) Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4) Nero Digital (MP4) QuickTime Movie (MOV) Video Object (VOB) Packet Video Audio (PVA) Television Input/Video Output (TIVO)

17.7 Image Formats

Bitmap (BMP) Device Independent Bitmaps (DIB) Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) Icon Image File (ICO) JPEG File Interchange Format (JFIF) Joint Photografic Expert Group (JPEG, JPG, JPE) Picture Exchange (PCX) Portable Network Graphics (PNG) Portable Pixel Map (PPM) Targa Image File (TGA) Tagged Image File Format (TIFF, TIF) Windows Media File (WMF)
17.8 Formats For Playlists
Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer 3 Uniform Resource Locator/MP3 URL (M3U)

Glossary

The Audio Interchange File Format is an uncompressed audio file format from Apple and represents a sort of counterpart to the WAV format from Microsoft. Files are larger than when using a compressed format, but the quality is higher. AIFF compressed is the compressed variation.

Archive Bit

Archive bits are used to identify files that have been edited. A file is only resaved during the next backup process if it was edited (and an archive bit is thus reset).

Disc-At-Once refers to a method in which the laser in your recorder burns straight through in one session without turning off and on between each track. This method is best when recording Audio CDs you would like to play on your home or car stereo.
With an Audio CD, 75 sectors provide one second of played music. One sector consists of up to 98 frames; one frame contains 24 data bytes and 9 control bytes. Similarly, "frame" describes a full screen in television and video technology. Two successive half images result in a full screen within a second due to interlacing.
An image refers to a single file on the hard drive that contains the image for a complete disc. A disk image can be used to create exact copies on media at a later point in time if problems occur during the write process or if no recorder is connected to your PC. The image requires as much free space on the hard drive as the contents of the original disc.

Jitter

Jitter refers to an abrupt and undesired change in the signal characteristics. Small gaps occur in the data stream as a result. Audio correction synchronizes the data by overlapping the sectors. This way, the gaps are not audible.

Joliet

Joliet refers to an extension of the ISO-9660 standard for file names. Joliet was designed by Microsoft in order to represent more characters. The file name can be up to 64 characters long and contain the letters A-Z, a-z, umlauts and the.
A label refers to a label on a disc. Some drives, e.g. drives that use LightScribe or Labelflash technology, can transfer labels directly to special media.
Labelflash is a technology with which pictures and texts can be burned on the label or data side of a disc with a laser.
LightScribe is a technology with which pictures or texts can be burned on the label side of discs with a laser.
The MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 audio format is used to reduce the size of audio files to a fraction of their original size (factor 1:10) with little loss of quality. You can estimate about 1 MB per minute as opposed to 10 MB for the original files. This value and the quality can vary depending on the complexity of the audio signal. The bit rate used can be used as a measure of quality. The higher the bit rate, the better the quality, but also the more memory required.

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About the Manual
This manual is intended for all users who want to learn how to use Nero Burning ROM. It is process-based and explains how to achieve a specific objective on a step-by-step basis. To make best use of this documentation, please note the following conventions: Indicates warnings, preconditions or instructions that have to be precisely followed. Indicates additional information or advice. 1. Start The number at the beginning of a line indicates a prompt for action. Carry out these actions in the order specified. Indicates an intermediate result. Indicates a result. OK (see) [] Indicates text passages or buttons that appear in the program interface. They are shown in boldface. Indicates references to other chapters. They are executed as links and are shown in red and underlined. Indicates keyboard shortcuts for entering commands.

About Nero Burning ROM

The powerful burning software Nero Burning ROM allows you to burn your data, music and videos to disc. Nero Burning ROM gives you full, customized control of your burning projects. You can among other things define the file system, the length of the file name and the character set; you can also change the disc label. And of course, you can also customize the Nero Burning ROM toolbar and change the keyboard shortcuts. Despite its wide range of features, Nero Burning ROM has remained an easy-to-use burning program that creates discs in just a few steps. You select the disc type to be burned (CD/DVD/Blu-ray), define the project type, add the required data and then start burning. Using Nero Burning ROM you can save audio files from an Audio CD to the hard drive. In the process, the files are encoded, i.e. converted into a format that the computer can read. The Audio CD can be automatically identified with Gracenote. So called metadata such as title, genre, and track title are accessed by the Gracenote Media Database and associated to the tracks. That way you have audio files that are accurately and fully named after the encoding process.
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Versions of Nero Burning ROM
Nero Burning ROM is available as part of Nero Multimedia Suite and as a standalone product. Both versions offer the full range of functions, but Nero Burning ROM as part of Nero Multimedia Suite does offer access to other Nero applications such as Nero CoverDesigner. You can always upgrade your standalone version to Nero Multimedia Suite at www.nero.com.

User Interface Entry Audio CD Creates a standard Audio CD that can be played on all (audio) CD players at least. Creates a CD with data and audio files in a single session. Usually a data file is followed by one or more audio files for instance (e.g. soundtrack for PC games). Older Audio CD players are often not capable of recognizing the data file and attempt to play it. Creates a multisession CD with audio and data files that are Entry CD EXTRA stored in two sessions. The first session contains the audio files and the second session the data. Common CD players play the first session as Audio CDs. The second session can only be used by PCs with a CD-ROM drive, it cannot be recognized by a normal CD player. Copies a source disc to a CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc.

Entry Mixed Mode CD

Entry CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc Copy Entry CD/DVD-ROM (Boot) Entry CD/DVD-ROM/Blu-ray (UDF) Entry CD/DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO)

Creates a bootable disc.

Creates a data disc; all file types can be burned. The burned data complies with the UDF standard.
Creates a data disc; all file types can be burned. The burned data complies with the ISO and UDF standards. Creates a compilation to be burned on multiple discs. All file types can be burned. The burned data complies with the UDF standards. You can mix different disc types. This means you can also insert DVDs and Blu-ray Discs even if you started with a CD compilation. The data is distributed automatically among several discs. Creates a DVD that delivers high-quality playback of video and/or picture files on DVD players.

Entry DiscSpan (UDF)

Entry DVD-Video
You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn a DVD if the DVD video title, i.e. a complete DVD folder structure including premastered files is already available.
User Interface Creates an AVCHD video disc that delivers high-quality playback of camcorder video and/or picture files on DVD or Blu-ray players. You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn an AVCHD video disc if a complete AVCHD folder structure including premastered files is already available. Creates a Blu-ray Movie (BDMV) disc that delivers high-quality playback of video files on Blu-ray players. BDMV-Video You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn a BDMV-Video disc if a complete BDMV folder structure including premastered files is already available.

Entry AVCHD (TM) video

In Nero Burning ROM it is not possible to create a DVD-Video, an AVCHD video, or a BDMV-Video from video files. You can convert video files to DVD-Video, to AVCHD video, or BDMV-Video in Nero Vision for example. Nero Vision is included in the full version of Nero Multimedia Suite. More information about Nero Vision is available on the Web site www.nero.com, and more information about video editing is available in the separate Nero Vision manual.
The actual entries that are available and the actual disc types (e.g. DVD) to which can be written depend on the selected recorder. You can find more information on Blu-ray support at www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=416. A Jump List is provided by Nero Burning ROM under the Windows 7 operating system. Compilation types, e.g. Audio-CD, can be chosen directly from the Jump List. The following buttons are available: Button Nero Express Button Open Button New Starts Nero Express. Nero Express is a wizard-driven application based on Nero Burning ROM. Only available in Nero Burning ROM as part of Nero Multimedia Suite. Opens a file browser where you can find and open a saved compilation. You can also open an image file in order to burn a disc. Creates the selected compilation and displays the selection screen where you can select the files for burning.

In Nero Burning ROM, there is the option of defining filters for individual files or folders by dragging files or folders into the compilation areas with the depressed right mouse button. For instance, it is possible to filter for a particular type of file (*.doc, *.xls, *.txt) or select which type of file is not to be taken up in the compilation area. It is very easy to hide files in data compilations for additional protection or for security reasons so that they do not appear on the normal display. The files behave in the same way as other hidden system files that are hidden by default, but can easily be displayed. To hide files, right-click the required file, select the Properties option and then select the Hide check box.
7. If required, you can change the disc type.
You have successfully compiled a data disc and can now burn this compilation. During the burn process you will be prompted to insert a new disc whenever needed. You are allowed to alternate the disc types (CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc) regardless of which disc type you chose at the beginning. Files will be distributed dynamically among several discs.
4.3.2 Remerge and Copy Data with Nero DiscMerge
With Nero DiscMerge you can merge split files and folders that had been burned on multiple discs using the DiscSpan (UDF) compilation type. The content of the discs is copied on the hard drive during this process. You can exclude individual files from the copy process or select specific files to be copied. The tool Nero DiscMerge was burned on the last disc of the set - the so called Master Disc by Nero Burning ROM. Under Windows Vista and Windows 7 you need administrator rights to save the files to secure folders such as C:\Program files. Therefore, a User Account Control message asking for administrator rights may appear with these operating systems. To restore the data of DiscSpan discs, proceed as follows:
1. Insert the Master Disc - the last burned disc - into a drive.
Nero DiscMerge starts automatically. The content, i.e. folder structure and files, of the
DiscSpan disc set is displayed.

Nero DiscMerge

Data Disc If the program does not start automatically, select the drive with the disc in Windows Explorer. You can start Nero DiscMerge manually by double-clicking the NeroDiscMerge.exe file in the $Nero$ folder.
2. Select the copy target in the Target path input field by clicking the Browse button. 3. Select the check box preceding the folder or the file that you want to copy. Select a folder in

Copying Audio CD Saving Tracks from the Audio CD to Hard Drive Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, please visit www.gracenote.com.
5.3.1 Identifying Audio Files
You can have the added audio files in the music compilations identified with Gracenote and access metadata such as artist and title from the Gracenote Media Database. To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Select the type of compilation to burn a music CD.
The compilation screen is displayed.
2. Add audio files from the hard drive to the music compilation. 3. Select one or more audio files in the compilation. 4. Right-click to open the context menu.
5. Select the Get Meta Data entry.
The audio files are analyzed and the required information is sent to Gracenote. The Edit
Meta Data window is opened. The metadata received by Gracenote is displayed in the New Info area.

Edit Meta Data window

6. If necessary, edit the metadata, e.g. track number, title, artist, album title, year, and genre. 7. Click the Apply button.
The Edit Meta Data window is closed. The metadata is written into the audio file and accordingly shown in Nero Burning
ROM. If the Adjust all file name(s) check box is selected, the file on hard disk is renamed accordingly (if technically possible).
Copy Audio CDs to Hard Drive
With Nero Burning ROM you can save audio files from an Audio CD to the hard drive. In the process, the files are encoded, i.e. converted into a format that the computer can read. The audio file is usually compressed. The Audio CD can be automatically identified with Gracenote MusicID. So called metadata such as title, genre, and track title are accessed by the Gracenote Media Database and associated to the tracks. If available, Album art is also displayed and associated to the tracks. That way you have audio files that are accurately and fully named after the encoding process.
Audio CD and Audio Files Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, please visit www.gracenote.com.
Audio files from copy-protected Audio CDs cannot be saved.
To save audio files, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Extras > Save Audio Tracks menu.

The Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive window is opened.
2. Insert your Audio CD into a drive.
The disc is being analyzed and the required information is sent to Gracenote. If an exact
matching entry is found in the Gracenote Media Database then that metadata will be used and displayed. If several entries are found or the found entry is ambiguous, then the Matches window is opened and the metadata records in question are displayed.
3. Select the metadata record that matches your Audio CD. 4. Click the Send New Data button if none of the metadata records match your Audio CD.
The Edit MetaData window is opened.

Edit MetaData

Audio CD and Audio Files The Edit Meta Data window also opens if no matching entry is found in the database but you want to enter the metadata and make it available.
5. Edit the audio track metadata (Title and Artist) by clicking in the track list. 6. Edit the Audio CD metadata (Album Title, Artist, Year, and Genre as well as Album Art)

on the right side.

7. Click the Advanced Options button if you want to add additional information.
The Gracenote MusicID Information window, which originates from Gracenote, is
opened. After entering the additional information you have to close this window so that the Edit MetaData window is displayed again.
8. Click the Submit Data button.
If you have changed the Audio CD's metadata or filled them in for the first time then the
changes are sent to Gracenote and entered into the Gracenote Media Database.
The Edit MetaData window is closed and the information is passed on to the Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive window.
Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive
9. Select the tracks that you want to save on the hard drive. 10. Click the Output tab.
The Output tab is opened.
11. In the File Format drop-down menu, select the target file's audio format. 12. Choose a method for creating the file name in the Mode for Creating File Names dropdown menu.
13. Define other settings according to your preferences. 14. Click the Copy button.
Conversion starts. A folder with the album name is created in the desired folder. The
audio files are saved in this folder and named according to the method you chose. A playlist file is created and saved in the same folder. Metadata that is identified with Gracenote is written into the audio file. The Progress window indicates the saving progress. When the save process is complete, this window is closed automatically.

Drop-down menu entry Variable Bitrate
Drop-down menu entry Average Bitrate Drop-down menu entry Constant Bitrate

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Encodes the audio files in the M4A audio file format; which was deUse.m4a extension fined by Apple. for writing files
5.5.6 OGG Vorbis Encoding Options
Nero Burning ROM can encode audio files of an Audio CD in the OGG Vorbis format. Set options in the OGG Vorbis Settings window that you can open in the Encode Files window via the Settings button. Ensure that you have selected OGG Vorbis as the Output file format. The following setting options are available in the OGG Vorbis Settings window: Specifies a constant bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and thus the quantity of the saved data is the same over the entire audio file. If the bit rate is small, less data is transferred. The file is then small, but quality is lower. If the bit rate is high, more data is transferred. The file size is then large, but the quality is high. The default value of 128 is near CD quality.
Audio CD and Audio Files Specifies a variable bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and thus the quantity of the saved data adapts to the dynamics of the audio file. The bit rate, for example, can be lowered at quieter points in the track. You can set the variable bit rate between 0 and 100. 0 means the lowest, 100 the highest quality.

Compiling DVD-Video

With Nero Burning ROM you can burn DVDs made up of DVD-Video files from your hard drive. You can play your burned DVDs on almost all DVD players. You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn a DVD Video if the DVD video title, i.e. a complete DVD folder structure, is already available. In Nero Burning ROM it is not possible to create a DVD-Video, an AVCHD video, or a BDMV-Video from video files. You can convert video files to DVD-Video, to AVCHD video, or BDMV-Video in Nero Vision for example. Nero Vision is included in the full version of Nero Multimedia Suite. More information about Nero Vision is available on the Web site www.nero.com, and more information about video editing is available in the separate Nero Vision manual. To compile a DVD-Video, proceed as follows:

1. Select the DVD entry from the drop-down menu in the New Compilation window. (In case 2. Choose the DVD Video compilation type from the selection list.
that the New Compilation window is not opened, it can be opened by clicking the New button on the main screen.)

DVD Video Tab

The New Compilation window is closed and the selection screen is opened. It includes
a compilation area for video and image files and an area for data.
DVD Video Compilation Screen
5. Select the DVD-Video files that you want to burn from the browser area on the right side. 6. Drag the existing DVD folder structure of the video title (VIDEO_TS) into the video
compilation area on the left side. The files are added to the compilation and displayed in the compilation screen. The capacity bar indicates how much space is required on the disc.
You have successfully compiled a DVD-Video and can now burn this compilation.
Compiling an AVCHD Video Disc
With Nero Burning ROM you can burn an AVCHD video disc made up of AVCHD video files from your hard drive or camcorder. The AVCHD video disc can be burned to a DVD as usual, or to a Blu-ray Disc. Burning to a Blu-ray Disc has the benefit that it offers more space than a DVD. AVCHD video on DVD is compatible to the specification of a Blu-ray Disc. However, playback is not guaranteed on all Blu-ray players.
Video You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn an AVCHD video disc if the complete folder structure including premastered files is already available. In Nero Burning ROM it is not possible to create a DVD-Video, an AVCHD video, or a BDMV-Video from video files. You can convert video files to DVD-Video, to AVCHD video, or BDMV-Video in Nero Vision for example. Nero Vision is included in the full version of Nero Multimedia Suite. More information about Nero Vision is available on the Web site www.nero.com, and more information about video editing is available in the separate Nero Vision manual. To compile an AVCHD video disc, proceed as follows:
1. Select the DVD or Blu-ray entry from the drop-down menu in the New Compilation 2. Choose the AVCHD (TM) video compilation type from the selection list.

window. (In case that the New Compilation window is not opened, it can be opened by clicking the New button on the main screen.)
AVCHD (TM) video - New Compilation Window
3. Enter a name for the AVCHD video disc in the Disc name input field.
The New Compilation window is closed and the selection screen is opened.
It includes the specific AVCHD folder structure.
AVCHD video - Selection Screen
5. Select the movie that you want to burn from the browser area on the right side. 6. Drag the existing folder structure including premastered files into the compilation area on
the left side. The files are added to the compilation and are displayed in the compilation screen. The capacity bar indicates how much space is required on the disc. Files and Folders The AVCHD video contains different folders. Only certain files are allowed in an individual folder. If you only have individual files, you must allocate the right files to the specific folder: \BDMV\index.bdmv \BDMV\MovieObject.bdmv \BDMV\PLAYLIST\*.mpls \BDMV\CLIPINF\*.clpi \BDMV\STREAM\*.m2ts \BDMV\AUXDATA\sound.bdmv \BDMV\AUXDATA\*.otf \BDMV\BDJO\*.bdjo (this files are optional; however, the folder must be available) Also, the folders \BDMV\META, \BDMV\JAR and \CERTIFICATE must be availa-
Video ble but may remain empty. If the folder \BDMV\BACKUP is available it contains a copy of the files index.bdmv, MovieObjects.bdmv and the folders PLAYLIST, CLIPINF and BDJO. Additionally, an AVCHD video may contain the folder AVCHDTN. This folder must not be available if it is empty. If it is available, it has to contain the following files: \AVCHDTN\thumbnail.tidx \AVCHDTN\thumbnail.tdt2
You have successfully compiled an AVCHD video disc and can now burn this compilation.
Compiling a BDMV-Video Disc
With Nero Burning ROM you can burn a BDMV-Video disc made up of BDMV (= Blu-ray Movie) files from your hard drive. You can play your burned BDMV-Video on almost all Bluray players. You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn a BDMV-Video if the complete BDMV folder structure including premastered files is already available. In Nero Burning ROM it is not possible to create a DVD-Video, an AVCHD video, or a BDMV-Video from video files. You can convert video files to DVD-Video, to AVCHD video, or BDMV-Video in Nero Vision for example. Nero Vision is included in the full version of Nero Multimedia Suite. More information about Nero Vision is available on the Web site www.nero.com, and more information about video editing is available in the separate Nero Vision manual. To compile a BDMV-Video disc, proceed as follows:
1. Select the Blu-ray entry from the drop-down menu in the New Compilation window. (In
2. Choose the BDMV-Video compilation type from the selection list.
BD Video Compilation Window
3. Enter a name for the BDMV-Video disc in the Disc name input field 4. Click the New button.
It includes the specific and predefined BDMV folder structure.

Bootable Disc Template

For Nero Burning ROM, the template for creating a bootable disc can be either a logical drive or a drive image file which contains the contents of a drive as a file sector for sector. If the template for the bootable disc is a logical drive, the bootable disc will emulate this when the system is booting. There are three emulation types:
Floppy emulation: This requires a bootable floppy disc for creating the bootable disc. At startup the bootable disc emulates a floppy disk. In the process, the drive letters increment, so that Drive A: corresponds to the bootable disc. The volume of the start data is limited by the capacity of the floppy disk (e.g. 1 MB). Hard drive emulation: A bootable hard drive is required to create the bootable disc. At startup the disc emulates Drive C. All drive letters from Drive C increment by one. The volume of the start data is limited by the capacity of the CD (e.g. 700 MB) or DVD (e.g. 8.5 GB). If, for instance, you have a 200 GB hard drive with only one (200 GB) partition, you cannot create a bootable disc from it without repartitioning your hard drive accordingly beforehand. No emulation: In this process the drive names are not changed. This type is used for bootable installation CDs. This setting is intended for users who do not require a floppy or hard drive emulation and who want to install their own device driver.
Creating and Burning a Bootable Disc
To create a bootable disc, proceed as follows:
1. Click the New button in the main Nero Burning ROM screen.
The New Compilation window is opened.
2. Select the desired disc format from the drop-down menu. 3. Select the desired Boot compilation type.
The tabs for the bootable disc are displayed; the Boot tab is in front.

Boot configuration

4. If the template data for the bootable disc should originate from a logical drive:
1. Select the Bootable logical drive option button in the Source of boot image data area. 2. Select the entry you want from the drop-down menu. If the logical drive you want does not appear in the drop-down menu, the reason for this is that the drive is bigger than the space available on the disc. Please note that for operating systems such as Microsoft Windows 2000 you need to have administrator rights in order to be able to access drives directly, which you will need to do if you are to create bootable discs.
5. If the template data for the bootable disc should originate from an image file:
1. Select the Image file option button in the Source of boot image data area. 2. Click the Browse button and select the desired image file. 3. Select the Enable expert settings check box and select the emulation type for the image file from the Kind of emulation drop-down menu if appropriate. DosBootimage Nero Burning ROM makes the boot image file DosBootimage.ima available. The path to the image file is entered in the Image file field by default. You can also select the language that should appear while the system is booting and select the correct keyboard layout from the Boot locale drop-down menu. DosBootimage is an image of the Caldera DOS boot floppy disk and emulates a floppy disk. The image contains drivers for reading from disc drives and supports FAT32 (read/write) as well as NTFS (read only). If you choose DosBootimage for the bootable disc, the expert settings are already predefined. If you choose an ISOLINUX boot image file, Nero Burning ROM sets the expert settings automatically correct for ISOLINUX bootable disc.

Document - CD Label Editor Window
The following configuration options are available: Inner radius Outer Radius Width Label templates New Open Save As OK Preview Cancel Defines the distance between the label and the inner edge. Defines the distance between the label and the outer edge. Defines the width of the print area. Contains a selection of different templates for designing the label. You can continue to edit and customize a selected template. Generates a new label document. Opens an existing label which was created using Nero CoverDesigner. Saves the label you have created. Adds the label you created to the compilation and closes the window. Opens the Print Preview window that shows how the label should appear on the LightScribe disc. Cancels the procedure and closes the window.
If you have a Labelflash recorder, you can print a label on the label and/or data side of the Labelflash DVD. A Labelflash DVD has a special layer between the top and bottom layers; this layer can be heated by the laser in the recorder so that images and text can be printed on the DVD. The interface in the Burn Label screen works on the same principle as Nero CoverDesigner. Basically, it is irrelevant whether you print the label on paper or directly onto an appropriate disc. Please see the separate Nero CoverDesigner user manual for full instructions on how to make professional looking covers and labels.
This feature is only available in recorders that support Labelflash technology.

10.1 Burn Label Screen

In the Burn Label window you can create or load a label and write it on a Labelflash DVD. Information on the selected printing quality and rotation speed is displayed on the right-hand side of the screen. Under Disc type you can see whether the blank disc has been inserted with the label or data side. Either the Labelflash or the DiscT@2 logo is displayed in the Burn Label window depending on which side is inserted.

Burn Label Window

The following configuration options are available in the Burn Label window: Input field Inner Radius Input field Width Button Edit Button Preview Selection list Label templates Defines the distance between the label and the inner edge.

Defines the width of the print area. Opens the Labelflash Print Properties window. This is where you can change the printing quality and the contrast level and display the changes made directly in the print preview. Opens the Print Preview window that shows how the label should appear on the Labelflash disc. Contains a selection of different templates for designing the label. You can continue to edit and customize a selected template.
Labelflash Button Writing Button Cancel

Starts the burn process.

Cancels the procedure and closes the window.
If you are creating a DiscT@2, Nero Burning ROM displays only the available print area for creating the label by default, i.e. the area on the data side of your DVD that is not already taken up by data. You cannot increase the radius of the print area.
10.2 Printing Labelflash Labels and DiskT@2
Basically, it is irrelevant whether you print on the label or the data side when creating labels. The label is actually printed outside the normal burn process. You can print on the label side of the DVD at any time. We recommend that you print on the data side first when you have burned the compilation. It is not possible to burn data on a printed data side. When you insert a DVD on which data has already been burned, Nero Burning ROM automatically identifies the space that is still available on the data side and on which you can print. To print a Labelflash label on the label side or a DiskT@2 on the data side of your DVD, proceed as follows:
1. If you want to print a Labelflash label on the label side, insert a blank Labelflash disc into the
recorder with the label side facing down.
The Burn Label window is opened with the Labelflash logo.
2. If you want to print a DiskT@2 on the data side, insert a blank Labelflash disc with the data
side facing down in the recorder. The Burn Label window is opened with the DiskT@2 logo. with Nero CoverDesigner.
3. Create a label according to your requirements or open a label that you have already created
The interface in the Burn Label window and creation of a label work on the same principle as Nero CoverDesigner. See the separate Nero CoverDesigner manual for full instructions on how to create professional looking covers and labels.
4. If you want to change the area in which the label is printed, change the print area
accordingly using the input fields Inner Radius and Width.
5. If you want to view or change the print properties:
1. Click the Change button. The Labelflash Print Properties window is opened. 2. If you want to change the printing quality, select a quality level from the Print quality profile drop-down menu. 3. If you select the User defined entry from the Print quality profile drop-down menu, you can change the contrast level and the rotation speed. 4. Click the OK button. The Labelflash Print Properties window is closed and the changes are accepted.

When you click the Burn button, a window is opened in which you can select the desired recorders. The burn process is then Using several recorders carried out simultaneously on the selected recorders. The speed test and simulation are not required for recorders that have a function for protecting against buffer underruns. Current recorders mostly have such a feature.
11.3 Starting the Burn Process
Many CD players cannot read rewritable CDs (CD-RW). You should therefore use normal CD-ROMs for burning Audio CDs. To start the burn process, proceed as follows:
1. Choose a recorder from the drop-down menu in the main screen.
2. Insert an appropriate blank disc. 3. If technically possible you can change the disc type in the drop-down menu.
You can select an appropriate disc format without loss of information at any time in the main screen. Note that this has to be technically possible - for example you are obliged to burn an Audio CD to a CD. But it is possible to start with a data CD and change later to a data DVD, for example. The possibility to change the disc type is useful when starting a compilation without knowing how much space is required by the files.
4. If you want to check or select the options regarding this compilation type:
1. Click the Burn button in the main screen. The Burn Compilation window is opened; the Burn tab is in front. 2. Check or select the options on the individual tabs. 3. Click the Burn button.
5. If you want to start directly, click the Burn Now button in the lower main screen.
The burn process is started. On the screen a progress bar indicates the progress being
made by the burn process.
6. If you want to shut down the PC when done (as long as this is technically feasible), select
the Shut Down PC after Completion of Burn check box.
7. If you want to check the written data after burning, select the Verify written data check box.
When the burn process has finished, a message window is opened.
8. If you want to display the extended area with the event log, click the Details button. 9. If you want to start another burn process with the same compilation, click the Burn Again

Copying a Disc The following configuration options are available: Button Disc Info Button Copy Button Cancel Displays information on the disc inserted, such as contents (if any) or available capacity for instance. Starts the copy process.
The following tabs are available: Image Copy Options Read Options Writing Gives the path to the temporary image file and provides information on the speed of the hard drive. Contains options for configuring copying. Contains options for configuring reading of the original disc. Contains options for configuring the burn process.

12.3.1 Image Settings

The Image tab provides the two areas Image file and Hard drive speed info. The Image file area is only enabled if the On-the-fly check box is cleared on the Copy Options tab. The Image tab provides the following configuration options in the Image File area. Input field Path Check box Deletes the temporary image file when the copy process is fiDelete image file after nished. disc copy Button Browse Opens the Save As window where you can specify a file name and a directory where the temporary image file should be stored. Displays the path of the temporary image file.
The following configuration options are available in the Image tab in the Info on Hard Drive Speed area: Drive List Button Test Speeds Lists the available drives and hard drives. Tests the speeds of the available drives and adds the speed found to the list.

12.3.2 Copy Options

In the Copy Options tag the following configuration options are available in the General Area. Check box On-the-fly copying Creates the copy using the on-the-fly method. If this check box is cleared, the copy is created using the copyover-image method.
The following configuration options are available in the Copy Options tab in the source area: Drop-down menu Drive Drop-down menu Read speed Check box Eject source drive once Ejects the source disc once the read process is finished so that you can insert the target disc. the read process is complete Selects the drive for reading the disc. If a copy over image is created, we recommend that you select the recorder for reading in. Defines the speed at which the disc is read in.

12.3.3 Read Options

The Read Option tab consists of several areas. In these areas it is possible to set options for reading an original disc. The following configuration options are available in the Profile area: Drop-down menu Profile selection Selects predefined copy settings or a user-defined setting. In the case of predefined copy settings, Nero Burning ROM sets the configuration options automatically. You can select the configuration options yourself with a user-defined setting.

 

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