10 ULEAD BURN.NOW USER GUIDE
Source Explorer Window and Disc Layout Window
The Source Explorer Window is similar to Microsoft Windows Explorer. The left pane displays the folders and disk drives available while the right pane displays the files and folders inside the currently selected folder or disk drive. The toolbar at the top contains commonly used commands. You can also right-click at the left and right panes to display other useful commands.
The Disc Layout Window displays the files and folders to be burned to disc. The panel will appear different depending on the task chosen. When creating data and MP3 discs, the panel displays files and folders similar to the Source Explorer Window. For audio tasks, the panel displays track information such as title and duration.
Except for creating a bootable disc, most disc burning tasks require you to first include the files from the Source Explorer Window to the Disc Layout Window. Use any of the methods below:
Drag the files or folders from the Source Explorer Window to the Disc Layout
Select the files or folders and click
Click Add files
You can select multiple files by holding [Shift] or [Ctrl] as you
would in Windows Explorer.
The size of both panels can be adjusted by dragging the Splitter.
Also, you can click shrink them.
at the upper right to expand or
The Disc-space Meter indicates how much space will be occupied on the target disc. A progress bar starting from the left side indicates the amount of space to be occupied on the disc; or the total duration of tracks when compiling an audio CD. The progress bar extends to the right as more data are added.
Safety markers (colored dotted lines) on the right running vertically down the meter indicate capacity limits. The yellow marker indicates the recommended maximum capacity, while the red one indicates the absolute maximum limit. Increasing the quantity of data beyond the yellow marker is risky, if there is only one disc available for burning all the files selected.