Nero 7 provides computer users with a software option that assists with burning a variety of mediums including audio, video and images on CD or DVD. Nero's burn settings give you the option to optimise the quality of your burnt product by giving you the ability to change selections based on the finished product you choose to create. Users can choose to create multiple discs or provide extra protection by performing tests to verify the burning process or check for viruses.
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Click on the "Start" button your computer, then "Programs," "CD & DVD Authoring," "Nero 7 Ultra Edition" and "Nero Start Smart."
Select "DVD or CD" from the drop-down menu at the top of the window.
Click on whatever type of content you choose to create--Data DVD, Audio CD, etc.
Click "Add Files" to open up the window displaying the files and folders on your computer. Click on the files you choose to add to the disc and click "Open" to add them to the project.
Click "Next" to open the Burn Compilation window.
Click on the recorder icon to open the Choose Recorder window. Select your recorder, usually your rewritable drive on your computer.
Click on "Options" to define the Book Type settings. Click on "Automatic" to allow Nero to automatically select the most suitable book type. Click on "DVD-ROM" if creating a DVD that should play on multiple DVD players. Click on "Physical Disc Type" to allow Nero to choose whatever book type is specified on the DVD. Click on "Current Recorder Setting" to leave the book type set to the current recorder. Click "OK" to close this window.
Check "Determine maximum speed" on the Burn Compilation window to determine how fast the files can be accessed. Check "Simulation" to simulate performing the steps carried out during burning and perform a test to determine the data flow. Check "Write" to enable the "Burn" button. Check "Finalize disc" to close the disc after burning so that it cannot be written to afterward.
Select the "Write method" from the drop-down menu. Choose from "Disc-at-once," which burns the entire disk without switching off the laser, or "Track-at-once," which burns each audio track individually and switches off the laser between files.
Type in the quantity of copies to burn in the "Number of copies" box.
Check "Buffer underrun protection" to provide protection from buffer underrun, which occurs when two processes are fed data at a lower speed than the data is being read, causing the buffer to pause. The option to check this box is only available when you are using a recorder that supports buffer underrun protection.
Check "Use Multiple Recorders" if you choose to use more than one type of recorder.
Check "Do a virus check before burning" to check the files being burnt for viruses before burning occurs.
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