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Compilation Quot
by Tam

On the right, we can write for them. Run through all three types, in order to see firsthand that we are allowed to burn on our long-suffering (in the case of RW) disks:) and what is available than this. CD: write data (Ie just a collection of files and directories, probably the most frequently-used programs in burning) write a boot disk burning a standard audio CD (from mp3 or wma files for example) record MP3 and WMA (for example, to play a CD / DVD player) the creation or recording an ISO image to view information about a drive cleaning CD-RW DVD: writing data entry boot disk recording DVD-Video Recording MP3 and WMA recording or creating an ISO image to view information about a drive cleansing DVD-RW BluRay: write data record MP3 and WMA recording or creating an ISO image to view information about the disc BD-RE cleansing work in the program will be implemented in the wizard, let's see how it looks in practice, writing the DVD data disc. Insert a blank DVD disc or messy:), followed by purification. Select the DVD and click on the left "to burn a DVD with data," we fall into the compilation window (usually called the project, but he called that way): If you want to control more fully the process recording, you can call the Preferences dialog (menu settings Compilation or click F7) and the properties dialog compilation ( Properties menu compilation compilation), where you can eg specify whether to retrieve the disc after recording to establish that you wish to choose the recording speed to determine how to proceed with a multi-disk program, as well as you can see a number of other settings allow you to go beyond the pre-programmers BurnAware Free. But back to the window, compile, here we were primarily interested in the 2 button, first the "Add" with which we actually add the data that we want to write process does not constitute a simple: select files / directories click the "Add" and look at the status bar window does not compile if we got out beyond the size of the disk, and then click "OK". The second interest is the button looks like a big red circle "lurking" in the top right corner, which actually starts the process of recording, looks something like this: After successful entry, namely, this should be your every attempt:) you'll see information about it, you can then either exit the program or continue to burn bright surface of the disks are invisible eye patterns of data:) At the end of this review can and should be concluded that BurnAware Free is comfortable, lightweight, has all the basic functions of a program to burn CD, DVD and Blu-Ray, which rightfully deserves a place on your computer. Download the program here.

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May 2nd


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