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Nero Burning Rom Introduccion a Nero 8
User reviews and opinions
|dws160468||8:19pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|After struggling with the inferior and bug ri... A nice bundle of different useful programs Can be slow and can crash I had the misfortune of getting an OEM copy o... Maybe it does burns DVDs? It messed up with my WinXP and I could not uninstall it!|
|Arabern||3:12am on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010|
|easy to use never had a probelm at all . its ok if you get the software free with a dvd writer .|
|xpsoo||10:52am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|BAD Im glad this seller no longer exists cos he sold me a fake product. I tried to get assistance from Nero and they said the serial was fake.|
|tonsean||8:26am on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|I would not recommend this software (Sorry, Bloatware) to anyone. There are far more reliable CDR/DVD Burning software elsewhere. very good software i think|
|coover||1:37am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|6.6 was good this was horrid After long and happy service from 6.6 Ultra. 6.6 was good this was horrid After long and happy service from 6.6 Ultra, I upgraded when I got a new box to a copy of 7Ultra I bought a while back.|
|albh||10:51pm on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|Yes None I can think of Too numerous to mention, INCD is poorly written and act like a virus. This is dreadful software which is easily corruptible.|
|yushiza||7:16am on Thursday, April 29th, 2010|
|Yes Is very unstable, if it is some thing that is not comparible with Nero 7 it just crashes and you loose the whole lot!|
|mmail||3:10am on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|Nero 7 This was purchaced so that I could transfer media, music videos and documents to a CD or DVD. It was not satifactory.|
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2. Click on the
The list of Nero applications is displayed.
Fig. 1: Nero StartSmart
3. Select the Nero Burning ROM entry in this list box.
The Nero Burning ROM window is opened. You have successfully launched Nero Burning ROM via Nero StartSmart.
Working with Nero Burning ROM
The main screen in Nero Burning ROM is the starting point for all actions. It consists of a menu bar and a toolbar with buttons and a drop-down menu.
Fig. 2: Nero Burning ROM menu bar and toolbar
The main screen contains the following configuration options: Menu bar Opens the File menu containing file functions such as opening, saving and closing that you are already familiar with. You can also show the configuration options for the compilation, update the compilation, define configuration options (see Configuration) and start Nero CoverDesigner. Opens the Edit menu which contains the file editing functions in the selection screen such as cutting, copying and deleting that you are already familiar with. You can also display the properties of a selected file. Opens the View menu where you can customize the toolbar and the browser area (see Customize Window). You can also refresh the file browser here. Opens the Recorder menu containing functions for the recorder. You can select the recorder here, start the burn process, and erase a rewritable disc. You can also display information on the disc and eject it. Opens the Extras menu containing editing functions for audio files. You can convert audio files into a different format, save audio files to an Audio CD, and display information on audio files. Opens the Database menu containing familiar database editing functions such as opening, creating, and importing. Opens the Window menu where you can alter the position of the compilation and browser areas. Opens the Help menu which contains the help options you are familiar with. You can also launch Nero Express, update your antivirus scanner, and enter a new serial number if necessary. Opens the New Compilation window where you can set options for a burn or copy process. Opens an existing compilation.
Extras Database Window Help Toolbar
Saves the active compilation. Cuts selected elements in the compilation (selection). Copies selected elements in the compilation (selection). Pastes a selection that was cut or copied beforehand. Launches Nero CoverDesigner with which you can create labels and covers. Information about a current compilation such as title, number, and names of the files is incorporated into the document data. For further information refer to the Nero CoverDesigner manual. Launches Nero Express. Nero Express is a wizard-driven application based on Nero Burning ROM. For further information refer to the Nero Express manual. Starts the burn process by opening the Burn Compilation window with the Burn tab. Starts the copy process by opening the New Compilation window with the Burn tab. Displays information on the disc inserted, such as contents (if any) and capacity for instance. Opens the selected drive. Shows or hides the file browser. Burner combo box Displays available burners. Open the Choose recorder window where you select an available burner for the burn process from a list. Opens the Burn Label window where you can create or load a label to print on the label or data side of a LabelFlash DVD (see LabelFlash). This button is only available if a burner that supports LabelFlash is connected. Launches Nero CoverDesigner to create or load a label to be printed on the label side of a LightScribe disc (see LightScribe). This button is only available if a burner that supports LightScribe is connected. Displays information on the program and version number. Opens the help.
Defines whether and which files are stored in the cache. If you have a LightScribe burner, you can create or select the label that is to be printed on this tab. For the CD-ROM (ISO) disc type, you can convert the code for an AVI video 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 (see Audio CD Tab). Defines the strategy used by Nero Burning ROM for handling CDDA files from a source audio CD (see CDA Options Tab). Contains options for configuring albums (see CD EXTRA Tab). Contains general options for Video/Super Video CD (see Video CD Tab). Allows you to configure the appearance and content of the menu for the Video/Super Video CD (see Menu Tab). Displays statistical information on the audiobook CD, such as the number of CDs required. Contains options for configuring a bootable disc (see Bootable Disc and Boot Tab). Contains options for configuring burning (see Burn Tab).
Audio CD CDA Options CD EXTRA Video CD Menu Audiobook CD Boot Burn
6.1.1 Multisession Tab
The Multisession tab provides the option to create multisession discs for data discs. Multisession discs can be burned in multiple sessions until you have reached the maximum disc capacity. A session is a self-contained data area that is burned using a single process, and consists of a lead-in (with the table of contents), one or more tracks, and a lead-out. Discs without the multisession option, e.g. audio CDs, are burned in a single session. Multisession discs are particularly suitable for backing up important files burned on a regular basis. If a new multisession disc is being started, Nero Burning ROM also saves (if possible) the point of origin for the files. This information is used when continuing the multisession disc. If a multisession disc is being continued, Nero Burning ROM automatically sets a cross reference to the imported session, i.e. the table of contents for the imported session is copied to the table of contents for the current session. You must define which session is being imported at the start of the burn process. The files in the previous sessions are retained and continue to take up space. In the case of unchanged files, a cross reference is set to the file of the same name in the previous session. Check the Replace files in compilation and Add new files to compilation boxes to ensure that changes and new files are incorporated into the table of contents and burned again. The boxes are checked by default. In this case Nero Burning ROM automatically verifies whether the correct multisession disc has been inserted for continuation. If not, the disc is ejected. If you uncheck the Finalize disc box on the Burn tab, you can always write additional sessions to the disc, but then only the last session will be visible and you will only be able to access data from the last session.
Fig. 4: Multisession tab
The Multisession tab contains the following radio buttons in the Multisession area: Burns the selected compilation in one session to the disc. Start Multisession Disc If the disc already contains sessions, you can also select this option. Sessions are then not imported and cross references are not set. 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.
Continue Multisession Disc No Multisession
The Options area is only active if the Continue Multisession disc radio button is selected. It contains the following configuration options: Refreshes the session by creating a cross reference to the imported session. Refresh compilation when importing session check box This function is useful if backups are always being burned from the same folder in which most of the files are the same. The cross reference saves space. If you want to burn totally different files in a further session, we recommend that you uncheck the box. Burns files of the same name again. This enables you to ascertain when the file should be burned again: Archive Attribute Set Replace files in compilation check box File date or length changed File content changed Always If the box is unchecked, Nero Burning ROM sets a cross reference to the file in the previous session. We recommend that you uncheck this box for backup discs.
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Remove deleted files from compilation check box Add new files to compilation check box
Removes deleted files of the same name from the table of contents for the new session. A cross reference is not set to the file in the previous session, so you cannot access it anymore. (However the "removed" files are still on the disc and continue to take up space). We recommend that you uncheck this box for backup discs. Burns new files that have been added. We recommend that you check this box for backup discs.
6.1.2 ISO Tab
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) and/or 31 characters (level 2) for the file name. Permits eight characters for the directory name. Restricts the maximum directory depth to eight levels (including root folder). The characters A-Z, 0-9, and the underscore (_) are allowed. Joliet is a standard that has been designed for Microsoft Windows 95 and Microsoft Windows NT. Up to 64 characters are supported in the file name (8 characters in DOS). The characters A-Z, a-z as well as foreign language characters may be used. The following configuration options are available in the Data and File area: Data Mode combo box Selects the mode for the data. Mode 1 and Mode 2/XA are available. Later model drives can easily read mode 1 and mode 2. Some older drives, however, cannot read mode 1 discs correctly. If the disc is also to be readable on older drives, you should select mode 2/XA. Selects the file system used for the data. ISO 9660 only and ISO 9660 + Joliet are available. File system combo box ISO 9660 only: ISO format alone is used. ISO 9660 + Joliet: ISO format is used and is enhanced by the Joliet standard. File name length combo box Font combo box 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.
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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. 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. If the capacity scale is hidden, you can show it again by clicking on the File > Options > Show compilation size menu and by checking the box Show compilation size in the Nero status bar.
You select files by dragging them from the browser area to the compilation area in the selection screen. The same principle is used for all disc formats. To select and compile files, proceed as follows:
1. Select the files/folders that you want to burn from the browser area. 2. Drag the required files/folders into the compilation area.
The files/folders are displayed in the compilation area and the capacity bar indicates how much space is required on the disc. Nero Burning ROM supports virtual search folders in the Windows Vista operating system. The search is selecrted by dragging it into the compilation area. If you want to select the files of the search folder, you must open the search folder and drag the files into the compilation.
3. If you want to save the compilation with the selected files:
1. Click on the icon. The Save As window is opened. 2. Select a file name and a storage location and click on the Save button. The compilation is saved and the Save As window is closed. You have successfully selected the files for burning and can now start the burn process (see Burning a Compilation).
File Selection Details
There are certain details that you need to bear in mind when selecting files.
7.3.1 Audio CD
Two additional buttons are available in the compilation area for the audio CD disc format: Play Edit Plays the selected audio file. Opens Nero WaveEditor.
Nero WaveEditor is an application in the Nero 8 Suite and is automatically installed while Nero 8 is being installed. You can use Nero WaveEditor to create your own audio files or to edit existing ones. You can also digitize records and store them on the hard drive. For further information refer to the Nero WaveEditor manual. Source audio files for an audio CD may be stored on your hard drive as compressed audio files, or originate from one or more audio CDs. You can also select an M3U playlist as the source. Nero Burning ROM automatically finds the MP3 audio files for burning whose paths are stored in the M3U playlist. Audio CDs with copy protection have been on the market for a while. It is not possible to either play or copy these using a computer. The copy protection is identifiable by a notice on the cover of the original CD. If you select audio files directly from an audio CD in a drive, you cannot specify a CD Text for the CD because audio files that have a drive as the source can only be burned in trackat-once mode. CD Text can only be burned in disc-at-once mode. If you want to specify a CD text for the audio files you have selected from the audio CD, save the audio files to your hard drive (see Saving Audio Files) and then add them to the compilation. When you drag the required audio file into the compilation area, the Adding file(s) window is opened and the file analyzed. If you have selected a file from an audio CD, the Enter Source CD Name window is opened where you are asked to assign a name to this CD. The name that you assign to the CD is used by default as part of the file name. The name is also important if you select audio files from multiple audio CDs. During the burn process, Nero Burning ROM prompts you to insert the required CD and quotes the CD name you selected. You can edit the audio files in the compilation or change the properties (see Audio Track Properties window).
10.1 Creating an Image File
To create an image file, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the New button. 2. Create a new compilation of your choice (see New Compilation).
Using Nero Burning ROM you can also create image files for disc types that the installed burner 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 dropdown menu in the Compilation window then makes available all supported disc types (CD, DVD, HD DVD and Blu-ray disc).
3. Select the files that you want to burn (see Selecting Files). 4. If you have installed multiple burners, select Nero Image Recorder from the combo box. 5. Click on the Burn button.
6. Click on the Burn button.
The Save Image File window is opened.
7. Specify a file name and a storage location for the image file and click on the Save button.
The image file is created and saved in the selected storage location. On the screen, a progress bar indicates the progress made while the file is being created. Once the creation process is over, a dialog box is opened.
8. Click on the OK button.
The dialog box is closed and you have successfully created the image file.
10.2 Burning an image file
To burn a saved image file, proceed as follows:
1. Select a burner from the combo box (not Nero Image Recorder). 2. Click on the
button in the main screen. The Open browser window is opened.
3. Select the desired image file and click on the Open button.
The Burn Compilation window with the Burn tab is opened.
4. Proceed with the burn process (see Burning a Compilation).
You have successfully burned an image file.
Nero Burning ROM can be used for copying discs. There are two methods for this: On-the-fly copying Copy over image Each method has advantages and disadvantages which will depend on your requirements.
11.1 On-the-fly Copying Versus Copy Over Image
11.1.1 On-the-fly Copying
LOLWhen using the on-the-fly method, insert the original disc into a drive and a blank disc into the burner. The original disc in the drive is copied immediately without any time delay to the blank disc in the burner. The on-the-fly method allows you to copy very fast and does not require any additional storage space. In order to be able to use the on-the-fly method, you will need at least two drives: one for reading the disc and a burner for writing. The following requirements apply to the drive and burner: The burner must have a function for protecting against buffer underruns or the drive must be capable of delivering the data sufficiently fast. The read speed must be at least as high as the write speed to ensure that a buffer underrun does not occur. It is more reliable when the read speed is twice as fast as the write speed. The drive must be capable of delivering information on the number and type of sessions, otherwise Nero Burning ROM may not be able to produce an exact copy. On-the-fly copying can have the following disadvantages: If the burner does not have a function for protecting against buffer underruns, the on-thefly method is highly sensitive to read errors. The reason for this is as follows: if errors occur while the disc is being read because it is scratched, it is not possible to try to eliminate the error by reading the disc several times for example because, in contrast to the copy-over-image method, there is not enough time (danger of buffer underrun). Index positions in audio files get lost. The reason for this is as follows: Index positions only become identifiable if the corresponding position on the CD is read. However, on-the-fly copies can only be burned using the disc-at-once method. With this method the information on the index positions must be available before the burn process begins. This means that Nero Burning ROM cannot copy over index positions. The quality of audio data read in may suffer. The reason for this is as follows: Nero Burning ROM reads several megabytes of data at a time from the drive, Nero Burning ROM transfers the data to the cache, and writes the data to the burner. If the data transfer slows down because the buffer in Nero Burning ROM is full for instance, the reading head of the drive has to jump back to a previous position. Some drives cannot position the read head precisely for Audio CDs, which means that corrupt audio data may be transferred sometimes.
Hard drive speed info area
11.2.2 Copy Options Tab
The following configuration options are available on the Copy Options tab: General area On-the-fly check box Source area Drive combo box Read speed combo box Selects the drive for reading the disc. If a copy over image is created, we recommend that you select the burner for reading in. Defines the speed at which the disc is read in. Creates the copy using the on-the-fly method. If this box is unchecked, the copy is created using the copyover-image method.
11.2.3 Read Options Tab
On the Read Options tab you can select options for reading the original disc. The following options are available: Profile area Profile selection combo box 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. Ignores read errors on the original disc and continues the read process. If this box is unchecked, Nero Burning ROM may interrupt the burn process depending on the type of error that occurs. Still passes on corrupt sectors (that have caused read errors) for burning. If this box is unchecked, corrupt sectors are not passed on and remain blank. Reads PQ subchannel data.
Data Track area for the disc type CD
Ignore read errors check box
Write defect sectors check box Read sectors in raw mode check box Read all subchannel data check box
Reads all subchannel data.
Audio tracks area for disc type CD Ignore read errors check box Read indexes of audio data check box Read all subchannel data check box Ignores read errors on the original disc and continues the read process. If this box is unchecked, Nero Burning ROM may interrupt the burn process depending on the type of error. Reads the audio file indexes.
Advanced area for the disc type CD Read Media Catalog Number and ISRC check box Use jitter correction check box Reads the media catalog number, a globally unique number for compilations, and the ISRC (International Standard Recording Code), a globally unique number for audio recordings. Removes scratches from audio and video files.
Error correction area for the disc type DVD Read with error correction option field Performs error correction while reading. In the process, the checksum of a corrupt sector is adjusted so that the sector in itself is consistent.
6. Proceed with the burn process (see Starting the Burn Process).
You have successfully copied a disc.
In Nero Burning ROM you can create, edit, and use audio databases. The database files contain information on the title, artist, and audio files of an audio CD. You can also use the database from the www.freedb.org web page; Nero Burning ROM provides an interface for this.
12.1 Creating an Audio Database
In order to be able to use a database in Nero Burning ROM, you must first create it. Nero Burning ROM provides two types of database: Program database User database
12.1.1 Creating a Program Database
You can use Nero Burning ROM to create a program database. The program database is populated with entries from the Internet database on the www.freedb.org website. Once you have created the program database, it is located locally on your hard drive. The advantage over use of the interface is that you have fast read access to the database and can also change the entries in the database. No active Internet connection is required. The disadvantage, however, is that the program database cannot be updated automatically. In order to record information on recently issued Audio CDs, you must re-import the database or add the Audio CD to the database manually (see Adding a Database Entry). There are two steps involved in the creation of a program database in Nero Burning ROM: Download a database from the Internet Import this database to Nero Burning ROM To create the program database, proceed as follows:
1. Download the database from the www.freedb.org website and save the database on your
hard drive. The database is at least 160 MB. Downloading of the database does not take place in Nero Burning ROM. Nero AG is not responsible for the www.freedb.org website, but just provides an interface to it.
2. Click on the Database > Import Internet Database menu in the main Nero Burning ROM
screen. A dialog box is opened informing you that the import may take several hours. The import takes a long time because of the sheer size of the database and the numerous cross references that Nero Burning ROM creates. Although you can cancel the procedure at any time, we advise against it because the procedure cannot be resumed. The database would have to be imported again, which would involve duplicate entries.
Add Selected CD
12.4 Create a New CD Entry Window
The Create a New CD Entry window refers to a database entry. Information on the CD title and the individual audio files is displayed for the database entry. The window is opened if you want to edit an existing database entry or add a new entry to the database. With the latter the text boxes are still empty.
Fig. 18: Create a New CD Entry window
The window consists of a drop-down menu, six text boxes, six check boxes, and buttons.
The drop-down menu contains the options CD Title and Track. The track entries correspond to the audio files of the CD. In the text boxes you can enter the relevant information on the CD title or on an audio file. The text boxes each refer to the entry which is selected in the drop-down menu. The Autocopy the following information from the CD title entry to the track entries area is only available if you selected the CD Title entry from the drop-down menu. In this area you can define which of the entries you made for the CD title are added to the text boxes for the audio files. The following buttons are available: Previous Next OK Cancel Jumps back one entry in the drop-down menu and offers the text boxes for this entry. Jumps forward one entry in the drop-down menu and offers the text boxes for this entry. Adds the changes to the database and closes the window. Cancels the procedure and closes the window.
The database entry can only be stored when the text boxes for title, artist, and genre have all been filled in for the CD title.
12.5 Changing a Database Entry
To change an entry, proceed as follows:
1. If you want to open the program database, click on the Database > Open Program CD
Database menu. The Nero CD Database window is opened.
2. If you want to open the user database, click on the Database > Open User CD Database
menu. The User CD Database is opened.
3. Click on the Edit CD button.
The Create a New CD Entry window is opened. The CD Title entry is selected in the drop-down menu. The text boxes for the CD title are displayed.
4. Edit the information in the text boxes Title, Artist, Producer, Comment, Genre, and Year
according to your requirements.
5. Use the check boxes to define what information is to be added to the text boxes for the
individual audio files.
6. Click on the Next button.
The entry Track 1 is selected in the drop-down menu. The text boxes for the first audio file are displayed.
7. Edit the information in the text boxes according to your requirements. 8. Repeat both of the previous steps for all audio files.
13.1.1 AC3, AIF, MP4, OGG and WAV encoding options
Nero Burning ROM can encode audio files of an audio CD in AC3, AIF, MP4, OGG and WAV formats. Set these options in dialog windows that you can open in the Save Tracks window via the Settings button. Depending on the output file format you have selected, a window is opened that includes encoding options that are easy to identify. The options to be set depend on the output file format.
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The following settings are available for the different file formats: AC3 file format: AC3 encorder settings window Bite Rate combo box File formate Frequency combo box Bits combo box Channels combo box Specifies the scan rate per second and thus determines the frequency of scanning. The higher the frequency, the more frequently scanned. Specifies the scan accuracy and thus determines the quality of the individual scanner. Specifies which channels are recorded. Specifies the bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and the quality of the saved data. The default value of 128 is near CD quality.
File format MP4: Nero Digital Audio Encorder Settings window Quality controller Specifies the bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and the quality 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. Specifies a constant bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and the quality 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. Specifies a variable bit rate, i.e. the data flow per unit of time and the quality of the saved data, adapts to the dynamic 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 is the lowest quality, 100 the highest quality.
File format OGG: OGG Vorbis settings
Constant Bit Rate check box
Variable Bit Rate check box
13.1.2 MP3 and MP3PRO encoding options
Nero Burning ROM can encode audio files of an audio CD in MP3 and MP3PRO formats. Set these options in the mp3PRO window that you can open in the Save Tracks window via the Settings button. Ensure that you have selected mp3/mp3PRO as the Output file format.
17.2 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 scanner database regularly. The database is updated via an Internet connection. To update the virus scanner, proceed as follows: Requirement: You must have an active Internet connection.
1. Click on the Help > Update Antivirus Scanner menu.
A dialog box is opened which reminds you to connect to the Internet.
2. Click on OK.
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 dialog box is opened with a message indicating that the database is now updated.
3. Click on OK.
You have successfully updated the virus scanner database.
18.1 Configuration Options
You can define options for working with Nero Burning ROM in the Options window. Open the window by clicking on the Options entry in the File menu.
Fig. 27: Options window
The Options window contains the following tabs: Tab Compilation Cache Language Sounds Audio Expert Features Description Contains options for the compilation and the selection screen. Contains options for the cache. Contains selection options for language and font. Contains selection options for sounds in connection with burn tasks. Displays the directory for the audio plug-ins. Contains options for configuring overburning and burning (see Expert Features). We recommend that you retain the default settings. Database Ultrabuffer Shows the path to the local Audio CD database and offers the option to use the Internet database. Defines the size of the RAM buffer.
File Browser Misc
Contains options for configuring the file browser. Contains options for configuring compilations, burning, the database, the user interface as well as advanced settings for Nero Burning ROM. Contains options for configuring LightScribe burners such as the print contrast (quality), default drive, and default template for instance. This tab is only available if a LightScribe burner has been installed.
Advanced MP3 encorder. Should further compress the audio files at lower bit rates and better quality. 64 kbit/s corresponds to approximately 128 kbit/s for MP3.
Nero Digital is an MPEG-4 storage format for audio and video files that was developed by Ahead Software. Nero Digital files can store additional information such as album covers as well.
Motion Picture Experts Group. Standard that was developed for videos compressed at a higher ratio (e.g. SVCD and VCD). MPEG-1 MPEG-2 MPEG-3 MPEG-4 This format, which is a part of the MPEG compression family, has the highest compression rate. There are only minor differences between MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. MPEG-2 works better with TV sets with interlacing and is a broadcasting standard. Standard for defining high-definition TV. This standard is the next generation of MPEG-2.
Standard for video and television in the United States and Japan. NTSC has more frames per second than PAL, but has fewer horizontal lines.
Format for digitalized or compressed audio files that have been encoded with the Vorbis method. OGG Vorbis is an Open Source encoder.
Video and TV standard in Europe. PAL has more horizontal lines than NTSC, but has fewer frames per second.
CD which is used for storing images, photos, slides, and other visual data. A photo CD generally consists of multisessions. The standard originates from Kodak and Philips.
Software used to add other features to a program (software) or to support troubleshooting.
Buffer underruns are caused when there is an interruption to the flow of data to the internal buffer of the burner. This is can be the fault of the software or the hardware itself. When recording, data is fed continuously to the burner's buffer in order to keep a steady flow of data which is required when recording. When something interrupts that steady flow, it can cause a buffer underrun and your disc is no longer useable. Most modern burners have a protective mechanism against buffer underruns.
This standard describes the CD-DA.
Small Computer System Interface. Bus system to which different terminal devices such as a SCSI hard drive, streamers or a CD burner may be connected. At this time, SCSI is the only possibility of operating a CD-burner on a typically-used computer system.
Smallest addressable information unit on a CD. A sector is composed of 2,352 bytes of which - depending on the type of CD used - differing amounts are available as user data. A sector generally consists of a header, synchronization bits, and user data. It may also have error detection and correction data. A drive with a basic read speed of 1/75 seconds is required to read a sector.
Discs such as CDs and DVDs are divided into tracks and sessions. A session is a selfcontained data area that is burned using a single process, and consists of a lead-in, one or more tracks, and a lead-out. In principle, a session is comparable to the partition on a hard drive. A multisession disc can contain multiple sessions.
Performs all steps in a burn process without using the laser beam. We recommend running a simulation if you are decompressing data before burning, e.g. when burning an audio CD from MP3 files. You can assume that if simulation is successful, the burn process will also be successful.
Data unit that joins successive sectors on a disc. On an audio CD a track corresponds to a piece of music. Several tracks together with the lead-in and lead-out constitute a session.
Writing method in which each track is written individually to the CD. The writing process is interrupted briefly after each track, i.e. the laser switches off. With this writing method, writing to a CD can be paused and continued later.
Transcoding refers to the conversion from one audio format to another, e.g. WAV files to MP3 files.
Video Compact Disc, Video CD. Movies, audio, and video data is stored using the MPEG compression standard. VCDs can be played by the majority of CD-ROMs, DVD players, and DVD-ROM drives with the appropriate software for processing this video format.
Area at the beginning of a CD containing the structure of the file system. It may also contain additional and optional information about the CD (e.g. the name of the CD, the publisher, the copyright notice).
Audio format developed by Microsoft for Windows. There is no data compression when converting. WAV is the equivalent to Apple's AIF format.
The Yellow Book is the standard for the format of CDs used for data storage.
Audio File Compiling Configuration Options
Program Database 51
UDF 52 User CD Database User Database
Read Speed Rewritable CD Rewritable Disc
Erase Erase Method
Video formats Video-CD Virus Scanner
WHQL Certified Drivers Work Environment
Search Folders Selection Screen Session
Remove between audio files 23
Creating a Compatible Disc 20
Simulation Super Video CD
This matrix shows which tabs are available for which disc format in the Compilation window. The tabs are listed in the top row with the disc formats in the left-hand column. An "x" entered in a cell within the table indicates that the tab is available for this disc format. A "-" in a cell indicates that the relevant tab is not available for this disc format. The "Extra" column lists specific additional tabs that apply to the respective disc format.
CD/DVD-ROM (ISO) Audio CD Mixed Mode CD CD EXTRA Video/Super Video CD miniDVD CD/DVD-ROM (Boot) CD/DVD/HD DVD-ROM/ Blu-ray Disc (UDF) CD/DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO) Audiobook CD DVD-Video
x x x x x x x x
x x x -
x x x x x x x x x
x x x x x x x x x x x
Video CD menu Boot Audiobook CD -
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