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|rjd||11:34am on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|Will Nero 9 play iTunes formatted music files in photo CD presentations. I currently have Nero 4 and have a lot of trouble using iTunes music files.|
|joepalazola||8:50pm on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|"I bought this while it was on sale for $59.99 and I use it to create bootable ISO discs, write video files to a disc.|
|hrydek||12:36am on Monday, June 28th, 2010|
|I just bought Nero 9 from retaildownloadsoftware.com in cheapest price. Nero is just burning software from Nero 7 Lots of function, from copying disc , video editing to Media centre Very bulky|
|rosrj||6:10am on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|"Would not download except via internet then it took over two hours and the end product is not functional as per sales statement. Do not purchase. "I got this as a gift to replace Nero 7... with new features included. "I purchased this because the Nero customer service promised the label design feature was fully compatible with the HP photosmart printer that prints ...|
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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. It is just as easy to create Nero Burning ROM discs with SecurDisc and a SecurDisc supported drive. SecurDisc is a new hardware and software technology developed by Nero and HLDS with which you can create discs with special protection properties, such as data integrity, reconstructability, encryption and duplication protection. Such discs can be created with SecurDisc supported drives (e.g. from HLDS/LG and Nero Burning ROM) and read from any drive with InCD or InCD Reader. 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 on the hard drive. In the process, the files are encoded, i.e. converted into a format that the computer can read.
Start Successfully 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.
Working With The Program
The main function of Nero Burning ROM is to select files and folders and to burn them to a disc. This is done in three basic steps:
2. If you want to sign the disc with a digital signature:
1. Select the Digital signature check box on the SecurDisc tab.
Data Disc The SecurDisc Digital Signature window is opened.
2. If you have already created a digital key, click the Browse button and select the key. 3. If you want to create a digital key, click the Start button. The SecurDisc Create Digital Key window is opened. The SecurDisc Key Creation Process window is opened. You can monitor the status of the creation process using the progress bar. The Next button is enabled as soon as the process is complete. The SecurDisc Key Creation Completed window is opened. The SecurDisc Digital Signature window is opened again and the selected key appears in the drop-down menu. The corresponding window is opened to inform you that the disc is being digitally signed with the selected key. 4. Read the instructions and click the Next button. 5. Move your mouse at random until the creation process is complete.
6. Click the Next button. 7. Enter a file name for the key you have created and click the Finish button.
8. Click the OK button.
9. Click the OK button.
Data Disc You can pass on the relevant public key to recipients to enable them to verify the signature.
3. If you want to copy-protect PDF files, select the Copy protection check box on the SecurDisc tab.
All PDF files are copy-protected. The check box Disable copy protection by password
4. If you want to permit duplication of the copy-protected data after entering a password:
1. Select the Disable copy protection by password check box. The SecurDisc Allow Duplication by Password window is opened. 2. Enter the desired password in the Password input area and then click the OK button.
5. If you want to enhance the burning speed by limiting the data redundancy or to configure the
data redundancy: 1. Select the Limit data redundancy check box on the SecurDisc tab. The Number of redundancies field is enabled. 2. Select the desired redundancy level. If the Limit data redundancy check box is disabled, the disc will be filled completely with copies of the chosen data and checksums. A display panel in the compilation screen indicates the current redundancy level. A redundancy level of 1,3 means no redundancy and a redundancy level of 9 means excellent redundancy. We recommend a redundancy level of at least 2,5.
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:
Mixed Mode CD And CD EXTRA
With Nero Burning ROM you can compile CDs that include both audio and data files. The following compilation methods are available:
Mixed Mode CD CD EXTRA
A Mixed Mode CD includes the data and the audio files in one session. CD EXTRA includes the audio files in the first session and the data files in the second session. The procedure for compiling the audio and data files is basically the same as the procedure for compiling data or music CDs. Please be sure to select the corresponding entry in the New Compilation window. The selection screen includes a compilation area for audio files and one for data files. See also: Selection Screen 16 Compiling Audio CDs 29 Compiling Data CDs/DVDs 18
6.2.1 CD-Extra Settings
The CD EXTRA tab provides configuration options for albums. The following information is available in the Info area: Display panels Displays information on the compilation.
The following configuration options are available in the Album area: Input field Album identification Input field Number of volumes in album Input field Album sequence number Button Pictures Opens the CD EXTRA Pictures window where you can select the pictures for the front and flipside of the CD and define the picture format. Defines a name for the album. This is particularly useful when the album is to comprise several CDs. Defines the number of discs that the compilation should contain. Defines the album number of the current disc.
The following configuration options are available in the Localization area: Display panel Languages Button Add Button Delete Input field Album Title Adds an album title to the language highlighted in the Languages selection list. Displays available languages. When you select a language, you can add the title for the album in the Album title text box. Each language can contain a different title. Opens the New Language window where you can select a new language from a country list. Deletes the selected language.
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.
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
8. Set the desired options in the Video CD and Menu tabs.
You have successfully compiled a (Super) Video CD and can now burn this compilation.
7.1.1 Defining Options
18.104.22.168 Video CD Settings
The Video CD tab provides configuration options for Video CD (VCD) and Super-Video CD (SVCD). The following configuration options are available in the Generating area: Check box Create standard compliant CD Check box Store source pictures in Option buttons Encoding resolution Generates an extra directory in the VCD/SVCD folder structure where the source formats of the pictures are stored automatically. You can assign a separate name for the extra directory. Defines the color format to which the video files will be converted; the option buttons PAL and NTSC are available. Generates a VCD/SVCD which can be played in a DVD player.
The following configuration options are available in the Advanced disc format Video CD area: Check box Use CD-I application Creates a VCD that can be played in a CD-i player. The respective program code is in the Configuration text box.
The following configuration options are available in Advanced - disc format Super-Video CD area: Button Compatibility Opens the Super Video CD Compatibility Options window where you can set non-standard parameters for the SVCD. We recommend that you only use this option if you are familiar with standard formats and the creation of SVCDs. Automatically adjusts the bit rate to the disc size entered. Selects a bit rate.
Option button Try to fit to disc size Option button User-defined
When creating a slide show as a VCD/SVCD, the picture files involved are stored in a DAT file. This kind of file can no longer be modified or viewed using an image processing program. If you would like to save the original formats on your CD as well, select the Store source pictures in check box.
Video CD Menu Settings
The Menu tab provides various configuration options for Video CD (VCD) and Super Video CD (SVCD): Check box Enable Menu Enables the menu for the VCD/SVCD and the grayed-out Menu and Text areas.
The following configuration options are available in the Menu area: Drop-down menu Layout Check box Header / Footer Drop-down menu Background mode Drop-down menu Background image Adds a default header or footer. Note that you must enter the content of the header and footer in the respective text boxes in the Text area. Defines how the wallpaper is inserted, for example whether it should be maximized or minimized. Selects the wallpaper. You can also select none or load your own image. You can also define the color of the wallpaper. Selects the menu layout.
Requirements For Booting From a Disc
To ensure that a computer can boot from disc, the start sequence must be set in the BIOS of the computer in such a way that the drive is addressed first as the boot drive (start sequence CD-ROM, C, A for instance). In the case of an SCSI CD-ROM drive, this drive must be connected to an SCSI adapter with a separate BIOS in which settings can be modified accordingly. (This will only work if there are no IDE hard drives present, as these come before the SCSI adapter in the boot sequence.) When booting from a disc, you can only start an operating system that does not write to the medium, such as "MS DOS" or "Linux". During booting Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows XP write to the medium from which they are being booted. This is not possible with a disc and so the process is canceled and the PC cannot be started.
Bootable Disc Template
For Nero Burning ROM, the template for creating a bootable disc can be either a logical drive (e.g. the C: 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 drive A:. 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 (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. If you want to create a bootable CD, select the entry CD from the combo box and the entry
CD-ROM (Boot) from the selection list. If you want to create a bootable DVD, select the entry DVD from the combo box and the entry DVD-ROM (Boot) from the selection list.
The tabs for the bootable disc are displayed; the Boot tab is in front.
3. If the template data for the bootable disc should originate from a logical drive:
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
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.
11.1 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
Labelflash 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 Button Writing Button Cancel 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. Cancels the procedure and closes the window. 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. Starts the burn process. Defines the width of the print area. Defines the distance between the label and the inner edge.
The message window is closed and you have successfully created the image file.
See also: Expert Features 84
13.1 Methods of Copying
Nero Burning ROM can be used for copying discs. There are two methods for this:
On-the-fly Copy Over Image
Each method has advantages and disadvantages which will depend on your requirements.
13.1.1 On-the-fly Copying
When using the on-the-fly method, insert the original disc into a drive and a recordable disc into the drive. The original disc in the drive is copied immediately without any time delay to the blank disc in the recorder. The on-the-fly method allows you to copy discs very quickly, and does not require any additional space on the disc. 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 disc burner for writing. The following requirements apply to the read drive and disc burner:
The disc burner must feature buffer underrun protection, or the drive must be capable of delivering the data sufficiently quickly. The read speed should be at least twice as fast as the write speed. The read 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.
If you want to copy Audio CDs, we recommend the copy image method because the quality of the read audio files can suffer depending on the drive.
13.1.2 Copy Over Image
With the copy over image method, an image of the original disc is saved to a file first. The image file is then burned to a blank disc. Copying using copy over image takes longer, but it often produces better results. You must have sufficient storage space to use the copy over image method. The copy over image method is particularly suitable in the following situations:
Only one drive is available. You would like to make several copies of the same disc. You think it likely that read errors may have occurred on the source CD (for example because it is scratched). You attach importance to the best possible reproduction (particularly in relation to index positions and the quality of Audio CDs).
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.
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).
Blu-ray technology refers to burning on special data carriers. In comparison to DVD's, which use a red laser in order to read and write data, Blu-ray discs are written with a blue laser. The shorter wavelength (405 nm) of this blue laser makes it possible to position the laser with greater accuracy. Data can be written in a more compact manner and takes up less space on the disc. A Blu-ray disc can store up to 25 GB on a single layer disc and up to 50 GB on a dual layer disc.
The book type defines the specification (e.g. DVD-, DVD+, DVD-ROM) of a DVD. In order to ensure correct playback, the DVD specifications are defined in books so that all media can be read correctly. The specifications are defined in the so-called Rainbow Books, which are distinguished by means of their color (e.g. Yellow Book).
Booting refers to loading the operating system when a computer is started. This is normally done from the hard drive. However, if you do not want to boot or cannot boot your computer from your hard drive for whatever reason, you can load an operating environment from the drive with a boot CD.
A buffer refers to temporary memory that records and delivers data that cannot be processed immediately as required. The buffer also allows for continuous data flow.
A buffer underrun is an interruption in the data flow in the internal memory (e.g. of the recorder). A buffer underrun results from an interruption in the data flow to the internal buffer. The buffer continues to deliver data until it is finally empty. When recording, data is fed continuously to the recorder's buffer in order to keep a steady flow of data. If the steady flow of data is interrupted, the media becomes unusable. Most modern recorders have a protective mechanism against buffer underruns.
Cache is a faster buffer that is used in various areas of a computer to access larger data volumes faster. Cache ensures a continuous flow of data.
Compact Disc-Recordable is a technology for write-once media. The Orange Book standard defines the storage of audio data and other computer-readable data.
Burn label... 65 Create label... 64
R Read error
Read speed.. 77 Rewritable disc.. 71
Erase... 79 Erase method... 80
S SecurDisc.. 6
Copy protection.. 23 Digital signature.. 21 Explanation.. 20 Limit data redundancy.. 23 Password protection.. 20
Burn label... 62 Create label... 61 Set options.. 85
Selection screen. 16
Capacity bar... 17 Compilation area... 16 Web browser area.. 16
M Main screen.. 9
Menu bar... 9 Toolbar.. 9
Super Video CD. 53 System requirements.. 86 U UDF.. 26 User interface.. 9 V Video CD.. 53 Virus scanner.. 81 W Work overview
Burning... 7 Explanation... 6
Manual, conventions. 6 miniDVD.. 56 Mixed Mode CD. 36 Multisession.. 23
Continue multisession disc.. 25 Start a disc.. 24
N Nero CoverDesigner.. 61, 64 O On-the-fly... 73 Options
Configure.. 82 Set.. 82
Create compatible disc. 26
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1 1.1 1.Start Successfully About Nero BurnRights About the manual Launching the program Nero BurnRights window Assigning Burn Rights Index Contact 9 10
About Nero BurnRights
Nero BurnRights in combination with Windows 2000 and later allows a system administrator to authorize users without administrator rights to burn discs and connect new burners. This is necessary as users without administrator rights do not have access to the drivers needed for burning discs or for connecting new burners.
About the manual
This manual is intended for all users who want to learn how to use Nero BurnRights. 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.
Launching the program
To start Nero BurnRights via Nero StartSmart, proceed as follows:
1. Click the StartSmart icon.
The Nero StartSmart window opens.
2. Click the
The list of Nero applications appears.
Nero StartSmart window
3. Select the Nero BurnRights entry in the selection list. 4. The Nero BurnRights window opens.
You have launched Nero BurnRights via Nero StartSmart.
Nero BurnRights window
When you have started Nero BurnRights, the Nero BurnRights screen appears.
The following setting options are available: Option button All Option button Members of the Nero group Option button Administrators Option button Nobody Only assigns members of the Windows group Nero burn rights. If the Nero group has not yet been created in Windows, then Nero BurnRights automatically creates the group. Only administrators are assigned burn rights. According to the Windows user profile, administrators are users who have administrator rights. Assigns burn rights to no one. Assigns burn rights to all users.
Nero BurnRights window Button Reset burn rights Check box Automatically apply settings to the drives just installed. Opens the Reset Burn Rights window. Here you can change the settings for the burn rights back to their original state. Automatically applies the burn rights to the drives just installed. If the check box is not enabled, users must have administrator rights to install new drives. Launches the online help. Button OK Button Cancel Button Apply Groups to which users can be assigned are only available or can only be created if the computer is assigned to a domain. If users are refused burn rights, such users cannot burn any discs using the installed recorder. They only have access to the Image Recorder with the option of burning CD or DVD images. In a network with user administration via Active Directory, burn rights must be assigned to all users. This is achieved by clicking the All option button. Otherwise, only local users can be assigned user rights. Applies the settings made and closes the Nero BurnRights window. Discards the settings made and closes the Nero BurnRights window. Applies the settings made.
Assigning Burn Rights
To assign user rights, proceed as follows:
1. If you want to assign all users user rights, enable the All radio button. 2. If you want to assign burn rights only to members of the Nero user group and administrators,
click the Members of the group Nero option button.
If the group Nero has not been created yet, the following message is displayed: "The
group Nero does not exist. Would you like to create the group now?".
3. To create the group Nero:
1. Click on Yes in the Nero BurnRights dialog box. button. The Nero group is created.
4. If you only want to assign burn rights to administrators, enable the Administrators radio 5. If you want to reset existing burn rights:
1. Click on the Reset burn rights button. The Reset burn rights window opens. 2. Click on the Reset burn rights button.
6. If you want to automatically apply the settings in the Nero BurnRights window to the drives
just installed, select the Automatically apply settings to the drives just installed check box.
7. If you want to confirm the settings made and close the Nero BurnRights window, click on
the OK button.
8. If you want to discard the settings made and close the Nero BurnRights window, click on
the Cancel button.
9. If you want to confirm the settings made, click on the Apply button. 10. Restart the computer to save the changed settings. 11. Once you have created the user group Nero, add the desired users from the group Nero in
the Windows Control Panel > User Accounts.
You have assigned rights for the entire Nero Suite.
A Active Directory.. 6 B Burn rights.. 6
Launching the Program.. 5 Startup... 5
C Control panel.. 8 Conventions, manual.. 4 M Manual, conventions. 4
U User accounts... 8
Nero BurnRights is a Nero AG product.
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|Subcategory||Utilities - CD / DVD recording|
|License Type||Complete package|
|License Qty||1 user|
|Min Supported Color Depth||16-bit (64K colors)|
|Distribution Media||DVD-ROM ( mini-box )|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Vista SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista SP1, Microsoft Windows XP SP3|
|Software Requirements||Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, DirectX 9.0c or later, Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0|
|Peripheral / Interface Devices||DVD-ROM, SVGA monitor, 32 MB video memory|
|System Requirements Details||Pentium III - 1 GHz - RAM 256 MB - HD 1.5 GB|
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