11.1.2 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 (see Image File).
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).
11.2 Compilation Window
In the Compilation window, define the options for copying at the beginning of the copy procedure. You can use the Copy button in the main screen to open the window.
The New Compilation window consists of a drop-down menu, various buttons, and tabs.
Fig. 15: Compilation window, Copy
The combo box contains the entries CD, DVD, HD DVD, and Blu-ray Disc. Only those disc types supported by the burner are displayed. If the burner can only burn CDs, the combo box is grayed out.
The following buttons are available:
Displays information on the disc inserted, such as contents (if any) or available capacity for instance.
Starts the copy process. Closes the New Compilation window.
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