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paola 1:09pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 
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Failed install I encountered problems with the Nero product from the start. I really didnt like and It didnt work on my PC. Failed install I encountered problems with the Nero product from the start. I really didnt like and It didnt work on my PC.

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Technical information

System requirements

In addition to the general system requirements for the Nero program package, the following individual system requirements apply to Nero Express: Microsoft DirectX 9.0b or higher Optional: LightScribe compatible recorder and medium Using LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling If you have a CD or DVD recorder with LightScribe support, your system needs the latest LightScribe System Software. If you have downloaded and installed the latest version of Nero 7 from the Nero website, you must install the LightScribe System Software separately. The latest version can be found at www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=93. LabelFlash recorder and disc Blu-ray recorder and disc HD DVD recorder and HD DVD SecurDisc recorder Installation of the latest WHQL certified device drivers is recommended. WHQL stands for Windows Hardware Quality Labs and means that the device driver certified by Microsoft is compatible with Microsoft Windows and the respective hardware.

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Launching the program
Launching Nero Express via Nero StartSmart
To launch Nero Express via Nero StartSmart, proceed as follows:
1. Double-click on the Nero StartSmart menu icon.
The Nero StartSmart window is opened.

2. Click on the

button in the left margin of the window.
The extended area is opened.

Fig. 1. Nero StartSmart

3. Click on the Nero Express entry in the Applications drop-down list.
The Nero Express window is opened. You have launched Nero Express via Nero StartSmart.
Launching Nero Express directly
To launch Nero Express directly, proceed as follows:
1. Select Start > (All) Programs > Nero 7 (Premium) > Audio / Data > Nero Express.
The Nero Express window is opened. You have launched Nero Express.

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Start screen
In the Nero Express start screen, click on the relevant menu icons to go to the desired screen where you can compile and work on your project. The selection is categorized into two areas: several formats or options are available for the Data, Music, Videos/Pictures, Image, Project, Copy and Print LightScribe Label compilation methods.

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Defines the settings for the memory where the data is buffered before and during burning. If multiple hard drives have been installed, you can select the fastest one as the cache. Displays all installed languages and fonts and defines the language or font you want to display on the Nero Express user interface. Defines whether, or for which events, sound files are played in Nero Express. Displays the directory in which the audio plug-ins are installed. Enables additional options and defines settings for the entire burn process. Enables/disables the link between Audio CDs and a local user, program or Internet Audio CD database. Defines the memory capacity that Nero Express uses as a RAM buffer.
Language Sounds Audio Expert Features Database

Ultrabuffer

The ultrabuffer is a second memory that enhances the physical buffer in the recorder. You can define the memory capacity manually. Enables and/or disables a variety of options for the user interface, compilations, burning, the database, and for other settings in Nero Express.
4.1.2 Copying Audio CD tracks
Please note that the Copy Audio CD Tracks function is not available in Nero Express Essentials SE. Using Nero Express you can convert the audio files or an entire Audio CD into the format you want and save it to your hard drive. To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Insert the required Audio CD into your computer's drive. 2. Click on the Copy Audio CD Tracks button in the extended area of the screen. 3. If multiple drives are displayed, select the drive containing the Audio CD you require.

A dialog box is opened.

4. If you would like to retrieve artist/title information from the Nero/Internet CD database:
1. Click on the Yes button. The CD parameters are sent. The relevant window is opened and the results are displayed in the List of corresponding CD entries area. 2. Select the relevant entry. 3. Click on the Selected CD button. The selected data is incorporated into the track list.

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5. If you do not want to retrieve artist/title information from the Nero/Internet CD database:
1. Click on the No button. The Save Tracks window is opened.
Fig. 4. Save Tracks window
6. In the track list select the audio files that you want to save to your hard drive.
If you want to convert all audio files, simply click on the Select All button.
7. Select the file format you want from the Output file format drop-down list. 8. In the Path drop-down list select the place where you want to store the converted audio files. 9. Select a File name creation method.
Manual is specified as the default method for the default name. If you select Custom, enter the name you want for the audio file.

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Apart from installed recorders, Nero Image Recorder is also available in Nero Express. With Nero Image Recorder you can create and save an image file in order to burn it later (see Burning with Nero Image Recorder creating an image file). In order to be able to use Nero Image Recorder, you can check the Use Nero Image Recorder box in the extended area of the start screen. Please note that Nero Image Recorder can only be activated in the extended area of the start screen.
If Nero Image Recorder is activated, you can also select compilations in Nero Express that would not be feasible with the recorders installed on your computer. For example, if you have installed a CD recorder, you can also compile a DVD with Nero Image Recorder and save the compilation as an image file.

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Compilation screen
You can access the Nero Express compilation screens by selecting the compilation method you want in the start screen. You can add data to your projects in the compilation screens and customize the directory structure on the CD/DVD to suit your requirements. The capacity bar in the bottom part of the window indicates how much space is being used by the data on the CD/DVD. Essentially, all compilation screens have the same structure.
Fig. 7. My Video CD compilation screen
The following buttons are available: Add Remove Play Total size on disc Back Next Opens the Add files and folders window. This deletes the selected file. Plays a selected audio or video file. Displays the drive space used. Returns to the start screen. Switches to the Final Burn Settings screen. Opens the Audio Track Properties dialog box for Audio CDs (see Track properties) and the MPEG Info dialog box for Video CDs/Super Video CDs (see Track properties). Available for Audio, Video, and Super Video CDs only. Normalize all audio files Enables a filter that brings the volume of the audio files to be burned into line with one another. This is recommended particularly if the files originate from different sources. Available for Audio CDs only. No pause between tracks Establishes that the audio files merge into one another without a pause. If the box is unchecked, a pause of two seconds is inserted between the files. Available for Audio CDs only.

Properties

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Enable (S)VCD Menu

Enables a menu for the CD. You can customize the look of the menu to suit your requirements (see Menu). Available for Video and Super Video CDs only. If the DVD burner is capable of burning DVDs with 2 layers (DVD DL), and if you want to burn files larger than 4483 MB, you can select the DVD9 (8152 MB) option from the dropdown menu. Available for DVD-Videos only. If the burner is capable of burning Blu-ray Discs with 2 layers (BD DL), and if you want to burn files larger than 23866 MB, you can select the BD DL(47742MB) option from the dropdown menu. Available for Blu-ray Discs only.

DVD9(8152MB) / DVD5(4483MB)
BD DL (47742MB) / BD (23866MB)

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Compiling data CD/DVDs
Using Nero Express you can compile and burn all types of files and folders. If a DVD recorder is installed on your computer, you can burn both data CDs and data DVDs. If you have a CD recorder, you can only burn data CDs and the option for burning a DVD is already grayed out in the start screen. There is no difference between the procedures for each compilation method. If a HD DVD recorder is installed on your computer, you can select it to display the Data HD DVD option in the Data area. The procedures for both compiling and burning a data HD DVD are the same as the compilation method for a data CD/DVD. In comparison to a DVD, a HD DVD has considerably more space and can store up to 15 GB on a single-layer disc. The capacity bar in the Disc Content compilation window displays comparatively more available space. If a Blu-ray recorder is installed on your computer, you can select it to display the Data Blu-ray Disc option in the Data area of the start screen. The procedures for both compiling and burning a Blu-ray data disc are the same as the compilation method for a data CD/DVD. In comparison to a DVD, a Blu-ray Disc has considerably more space and can store up to 25 GB on a single-layer disc (up to 50 GB on a dual-layer disc). The capacity bar in the Disc Content compilation window displays comparatively more available space. If a SecurDisc recorder is installed on your computer, you can select it to display the Data SecurDisc CD and Data SecurDiscDVD options in the Data area of the start screen. The procedures for both compiling and burning a data SecurDisc CD/DVD are the same as the compilation method for a standard data CD/DVD. In the extended area of the Disk Contents compilation window, additional options are displayed under SecurDisc Settings (see SecurDisc Settings). If Nero Image Recorder is activated, you can also select compilations in Nero Express that would not be feasible with the recorders installed on your computer. For example, if you have installed a CD recorder, you can also compile a DVD with Nero Image Recorder and save the compilation as an image file.

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Fig. 8. Data start screen
To create a data CD/DVD, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the Data menu icon in the Nero Express start screen.
The Data CD and Data DVD options are displayed.
2. Click on the option you want.

button. The files are displayed in the compilation screen. You have successfully found specific files and added them to your compilation.

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Hiding files
It is very easy to hide files in data CD/DVD 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 individual files, proceed as follows:
1. Right-click the required file to select it. 2. Select the Properties option from the context menu.
The Properties for dialog box is opened.
Fig. 12. Properties for dialog box
3. Check the Hide box and click on the OK button.

The file is hidden.

Activate SecurDisc Settings
To protect your data SecurDisc CD/DVD against unauthorized access, copy protect PDF files, remove password copy protection, or sign the disk with a digital signature, proceed as follows:
1. Select the Password protection check box in the extended area of the compilation screen.
A lock symbol shows that all data is protected. You can enable or disable the protection function for individual files. Highlight the required file to display the Unprotect/ Protect button. Click on the button to enable or disable protection.

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2. Select the Digital signature check box in the extended area of the compilation screen.
The SecurDisc Digital Signature dialog box is opened.
Fig. 13. SecurDisc - Digital Signature Dialog
3. If you have already created a digital key:
1. Click on the Browse button. The SecurDisc Select Private Keys dialog box is opened. 2. Select the key and click on the OK button.
4. To create a digital key:
1. Click on the Start button. The SecurDisc Generate Digital Key dialog is displayed. 2. Read the instructions and click on the Next button. The SecurDisc Key Creation Process dialog box is opened. 3. Move your mouse at random until the creation process is complete.
You can monitor the status of the creation process using the progress bar.
4. Click on the Next button.
The Next button is enabled as soon as the process is complete. The SecurDisc Key Setting Ended dialog box is opened.

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5. Enter a file name for the key you have created and click on the Finish button. The SecurDisc Digital Signature dialog box is opened and the selected key is displayed in the drop-down menu.
5. Select the Prohibit data duplication check box in the extended area of the compilation
screen. All PDF files are copy protected. The Allow duplication by password check box is displayed.
6. To permit duplication of the copy protected data after entering a password:
1. Select the Allow duplication by password check box. The Protect SecurDisc Data dialog box is opened. 2. Enter the required password in the Password input area and click on the OK button. A wizard offers suggestions by means of an additional dialog box when entering and selecting the password. It estimates the security level, i.e. the quality of the password, during entry.

7. Click on the OK button.
The corresponding dialog box will be opened to inform you that the disc is being digitally signed with the selected key.
You can pass on the relevant public key to recipients to enable them to verify the signature.
8. Click on the OK button. 9. Click on the Next button.
The SecurDisc Data Protection dialog box is opened.

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Fig. 14. SecurDisc - Data Protection Dialog
10. Enter the desired password in the Password field and then click the OK button.
If necessary, a wizard may provide tips in an additional dialog during password entry. The wizard gauges the security level - i.e., the quality - of the password during entry.
You have now protected your data SecurDisc CD/DVD against unauthorized access with a password, copy protected PDF documents, and/or digitally signed the disk, and can now burn the CD/DVD.

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Compiling an Audio CD
Using Nero Express you can create an Audio CD that contains music files. It can be played using all standard CD players. To compile an Audio CD, source files with different audio formats (e.g. MP4, MP3 or WMA) are automatically converted into Audio CD format before being burned. Please note that some CD players cannot play CD-RW discs. Use CD-R discs to burn Audio CDs.
Fig. 15. Audio start screen
To create an Audio CD, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the Audio menu icon in the Nero Express start screen.
The Audio CD, Audiobook CD, Jukebox Audio CD, and Jukebox Audio DVD options are displayed.

2. Click on Audio CD.

The My Audio CD compilation screen for Audio CDs is displayed.

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Fig. 16. My Audio CD compilation screen
4. Select the audio files that you want to add to the compilation and click on the Add button. 5. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for all audio files that you want to add to the compilation.
The audio files are added to the compilation and displayed in the compilation screen.
7. Customize the properties of the audio files to suit your requirements (see Customizing

properties).

8. Check the Normalize all audio files and No pause between tracks boxes as required (see

Compilation screen).

9. Click on the Next button.
You have successfully compiled an Audio CD and can now burn this compilation.
7.1.1 Customizing properties
You can display and/or make changes to the audio file properties on the Track Properties, Indexes, Limits, Splits, and Filters tabs. To open the tabs, click on the Properties button in the My Audio CD compilation screen for Audio CDs. 7.1.1.1 Track properties On the Track Properties tab you will find basic information on the selected file in the Source information area.

2. Click on the Audiobook CD option.
The My Audiobook CD compilation screen is displayed.
Fig. 21. My Audiobook CD compilation screen
The audiobook files are added to the compilation and displayed in the compilation screen.
You have successfully compiled an Audiobook CD and can now burn this compilation.

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Videos and slide shows
Compiling Video CDs/Super Video CDs
Using Nero Express you can compile Video CDs (MPEG-1 format) or Super Video CDs (MPEG-2 format) from your video and/or picture files, which can be played on almost all VCD or SVCD and DVD players as videos or slide shows. Source files are automatically converted to the correct format during the burn process. The procedure for both compilation methods is identical. Please note that the Create Super Video CD is not available in Nero Express Essentials SE. When creating a slide show in Nero Express, options such as Accentuate with background music for example are not available. Other functions are available in Nero Vision. Please see the separate Nero Vision user manual for full instructions on how to produce professional looking slide shows. When creating a slide show as a VCD/SVCD the picture files involved are stored in a DAT file. This type of file cannot be modified or viewed with an image processing program. If you would like to save the original formats to your CD as well, open the extended area in the compilation screen and check the Store source pictures in box.
Fig. 22. Videos/Pictures start screen
To create a (Super) Video CD, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the Videos/Pictures menu icon in the Nero Express start screen.
The Video CD, Super Video CD, and DVD-Video Files options are displayed.
2. Click on the option you require, Video CD or Super Video CD.
The My (Super) Video CD compilation screen is displayed.

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Fig. 23. My Video CD compilation screen
4. Select the video and/or picture files that you want to add to the compilation. 5. Click on the Add button. 6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for all video and/or picture files that you want to add to the compilation.
7. Click on the Close button.
The video and/or picture files are added to the compilation and displayed on the compilation screen.
8. Customize the properties of the video and/or picture files to suit your requirements (see

Customizing properties).

9. Check the Enable (S)VCD Menu box (see Compilation screen). 10. Click on the Next button.
If you have checked the (S)VCD Menu box, the My (Super) Video CD Menu screen is displayed.

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Fig. 24. My Video CD Menu compilation screen

Fig. 28. Copy CD/DVD screen

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The following input areas are available in the Select source and destination screen: Source drive Destination drive Info Defines the drive from which the source information is read. Insert the CD or DVD that you want to copy into the drive. Defines the destination drive: Insert a blank disc into this drive. Opens the Recorder Information dialog box. This contains information on the selected destination drive. Enables direct copying from the source to the destination drive. Data is not buffered on the hard drive during this process. This option is only available if there are at least two drives connected (not for Nero Image Recorder). If this box is not checked, an image file will be created first, which is then burned. Defines the speed at which the CD is burned. Writing speed Only those burn speeds supported by the selected recorder are displayed. Not available for Nero Image Recorder. Number of copies Verify data on disc after burning Defines the number of copies you require. Verifies whether the burned data is identical with the original data. Not available for Nero Image Recorder. Defines the folder where the image file is stored. You can change the name of the image file and the target directory. Not available for Nero Image Recorder.

Quick copy

Image file
The following check boxes are available in the extended area: Read all subchannel data Determine maximum speed Reads all subchannel data during copying. Subchannel data is used to save additional information, e.g. CD Text. Not available for Nero Image Recorder. Performs all steps in the burn process without using the laser beam. Simulation It can be assumed that a successful simulation will lead to a successful burn process. Not available for Nero Image Recorder. Burning Starts the actual physical burn process (e.g. after a simulation). This box is checked by default.

Copying a CD/DVD

To copy a CD or DVD, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the Image, Project, Copy menu icon in the Nero Express start screen.

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The Copy Entire CD, Copy Entire DVD and Disc Image or Saved Project options are displayed.
Fig. 29. Image, Project, Copy start screen
2. Click on the option you require, Copy Entire CD or Copy Entire DVD.
The Select source and destination screen is displayed.
3. Make the desired settings (see Creating a copy).
You can also copy CDs/DVDs using a single drive. Select the same drive as source and destination drive. If you are using a single drive for copying, you will be prompted to remove the source CD/DVD and to insert a suitable blank disc after the image file has been written. The burn process then starts automatically.

Fig. 31. Image, Project, Copy start screen
2. Click on the Disc Image or Saved Project option.
The Open dialog box is opened.
3. Select the image file (*.nrg) or saved compilation you want and click on the Open button.
The selected file loads and the Final Burn Settings screen is displayed. You have successfully loaded the image file or compilation and can now burn them (see Burning discs with the drive).

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LightScribe
Using Nero Express and a LightScribe recorder you can create or load labels that you can burn onto the label side of CDs/DVDs in the LightScribe recorder. The label side of these discs consists of a special coating or thermal layer, which allows the laser in the recorder to print images and text on the CDs/DVDs. The function is available as a separate Print LightScribe Label option in the start screen or can be integrated as an intermediate step into the creation and burn process of a project. This function is only available in recorders that support LightScribe technology (see System requirements). Using LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling If you have a CD or DVD recorder with LightScribe support, your system needs the latest LightScribe System Software. If you have downloaded and installed the latest version of Nero 7 from the Nero website, you must install the LightScribe System Software separately. The latest version can be found at www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=93.
11.1 Printing LightScribe labels (without compilation)
To create and print a LightScribe label for your CD/DVD, proceed as follows:
1. In the Recorder section of the extended area in the start screen, select the LightScribe
recorder you want to use (see Selecting recorders and activating Nero Image Recorder).
2. Insert a blank LightScribe disc into the LightScribe recorder with the label side facing
down. The Print LightScribe Label menu icon in the Nero Express start screen is displayed.
3. Click on the Print LightScribe Label menu icon.
The Print LightScribe Label option is displayed.
Fig. 32. Print LightScribe Label start screen
4. Click on the Print LightScribe Label option.
The Disc Label screen is displayed.

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Fig. 33. Disc Label screen
5. Create a label according to your requirements.
The interface in the Disc Label screen works on the same principle as Nero CoverDesigner. Basically, it is irrelevant whether you print a 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.

Fig. 37. Print Process screen
7. Click on the OK button. 8. If you would like to print or save a log of the burn process, click on either the Print or Save
You have successfully created and printed a LightScribe label as an integral part of your CD/DVD project and can now continue by selecting another option from the final screen or by exiting Nero Express (see Final screen).

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LabelFlash
Using Nero Express and a LabelFlash recorder you can create or load labels in order to burn the label or data side of DVDs in the LabelFlash recorder. The surface of these discs consists of a special coating or thermal layer that allows the laser in the recorder to print images and text on the DVDs. The function is available as a separate Burn Label option in the extended area of the start screen. The interface in the Burn Label screen works on the same principle as Nero CoverDesigner. Basically, it is irrelevant whether you print a 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 function is only available with a LabelFlash recorder (see System requirements).
Fig. 38. Burn Label start screen

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12.1 Burn Label screen
You can create a label according to your requirements in the Burn Label screen.
Fig. 39. Burn Label screen
The following drop-down menus and buttons are available: Defines the area on the DVD that is to be printed on. You can set the inner radius (distance between your label and the inner edge) and the width of the desired printing area. When you are creating a DiscT@2, Nero Express displays only the available printing area 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 printing area. Opens the LabelFlash Print Properties window. You can change the printing quality and contrast level and show the changes you have made immediately in the print preview. Indicates whether the blank disc has been inserted with the label or the data side. Depending on which side has been inserted, the LabelFlash or the DiscT@2 logo will appear in the Burn Label screen. Opens the Print Preview window. A print preview of the label or the DiskT@2 is displayed here. Provides a selection of templates for designing your label. You can edit and customize a selected template to suit your needs.

Printing area

Printing Quality

Disc type

Preview Label templates

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12.2 Printing Labelflash labels and DiskT@2
The same procedure is used for creating and printing on the label and data sides. When you are creating a DiscT@2, Nero Express displays only the printing area available for pictures and text when you are creating your 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 printing area radius. To print a LabelFlash label on the label side or a DiskT@2 on the data side of your DVD, proceed as follows:
1. In the Recorder area of the extended area in the start screen, select the LabelFlash
recorder you want to use (see Selecting recorders and activating Nero Image Recorder). The Burn Label menu icon is displayed in the extended area of the start screen.
2. Click on the Burn Label menu icon.
The Burn Label window is opened.
3. If you want to print a LabelFlash label on the label side of your DVD, insert a
corresponding blank LabelFlash disc in the recorder with the label side facing down. The LabelFlash logo is displayed in the Burn Label screen.
4. If you would like to print a DiskT@2 on the data side of your DVD, insert a suitable blank
LabelFlash disc in the recorder with the data side facing down. The DiskT@2 logo appears in the Burn Label screen. Please note that if you want to burn a DiscT@2 you must always burn it last for a multisession DVD. Files burned on a DVD with DiscT@2 may be damaged during the burn process.
5. Create a label according to your requirements. 6. If you would like to make changes to the print properties:
1. Click on the Change button. The LabelFlash - Print Properties window is opened.

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Fig. 40. LabelFlash - Print Properties window
2. Adjust the print settings to suit your requirements and click on the OK button.
7. Click on the Burn button.
The LabelFlash - Print window is opened and the print process starts. You can monitor the process status in the status bar. As soon as the print process is finished, a dialog box opens and displays a message about the result of the print process.

The following drop-down menus and check boxes are available: Saves the active project Opens the Save As dialog box. You can save your compilation here. Defines the speed at which the CD is burned. Writing speed Only the burn speeds that are supported by the selected recorder are displayed. Not available when saving with Nero Image Recorder. Defines the Disc-at-once or Track-at-once write method. Write Method Using the disc-at-once method the entire CD/DVD can be burned without the write laser having to stop. With the track-at-once method the laser switches off after each track. Available for CD compilations only. By default DVDs are burned using the disc-at-once method. Checks how fast the compiled data can be accessed and reduces the selected writing speed if necessary. This prevents a buffer underrun. Recorders with a function for protecting against buffer underruns do not require a speed test. Not available when saving with Nero Image Recorder.

Determine maximum speed

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Performs all steps in the burn process without using the laser beam. Simulation We recommend running a simulation if you are decompressing data before burning, e.g. an Audio CD from MP3 files. You can assume that if simulation is successful, the burn process will also be successful. Not available when saving with Nero Image Recorder. Write Starts the actual physical burn process (e.g. after a simulation). This box is checked by default. Removes the silence at the end of an audio file. This box is checked by default. Remove silence at end of *.cda tracks Audio data is stored in blocks even if you do not always finish at the end of a block limit. The last block is filled with silence. Available for Audio CDs only. Create for US TV standard Generates a CD compatible with most US DVD players. Available for Video CDs and Super Video CDs only.
13.2 Burning with Nero Image Recorder creating an image file
To set the burn settings according to your requirements and to save your project as an image file to the hard drive using Nero Image Recorder , proceed as follows: Image file or saved compilation An image file is an exact replica of the data that is to be burned. You can burn it as often as you like at a later stage, but it requires just as much space on the hard drive as the compilation to be burned. A saved compilation stores the links as well as the settings for the files that should be burned. The content can only be opened with Nero Express as long as the paths remain identical. The file size of a saved compilation is significantly smaller than the image file.
The Nero Image Recorder must be activated before it appears in the drop-down menu (see Selecting recorders and activating Nero Image Recorder).
1. Compile a project of your choice (see e.g. Compiling data CD/DVDs, Compiling an Audio

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Glossary
Analog/Digital. Conversion of analog signals to digital signals.
Apple Interchange File Format. Music file format for files that are extracted from a CD and saved to the hard drive on a Macintosh system.
Advanced SCSI Programming Interface. Interface between software, SCSI card, and the operating system on a PC. This allows the device to communicate with the SCSI card.
Part of the EIDE (Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics) interface that provides additional commands to control a CD-ROM drive, CD-ROM recorder, hard drive, etc.

Audio CD

Generally consists of multiple audio files (titles). Audio CDs contain audio data only that can be played on commercially available CD players and on computers with the relevant software.
The smallest addressable information unit on a CD-ROM. A block corresponds to a sector.

Blue Book

Standard for CDs created in the formats CD Extra and Enhanced CD.

Blu-ray

DVDs use a red laser to read and write data, whereas a blue laser is used to write to Blu-ray Discs. The shorter wavelength (405 nm) of this laser makes it possible to set the laser beam more precisely. Data can be packed more tightly and takes up less space on the disc. A Bluray Disc can store up to 25 GB on a single-layer disc and up to 50 GB on a dual-layer disc.

Boot CD

Boot refers to the loading of the operating system on your computer when it starts up. This is normally done from the hard drive. If for some reason you do not want to boot from your hard drive, you can use a boot CD to boot from the disc drive.

Bridge Disc

A CD-ROM that can be read from CD drives but also from CD-i devices such as a Photo CD for example.

Buffer

Memory (buffer) integrated in the drive or the recorder where information is stored temporarily.

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Buffer Underrun
During a recording data is continuously fed into the recorder's memory. If there is an interruption in this steady flow, this results in a buffer underrun.

 

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