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12 ULEAD BURN.NOW USER GUIDE

Setting preferences

Click

in the Select a Task dialog box, select Disc: Preferences in the program

window, or press [F6] to open the Preferences dialog box and specify settings for

various tasks.

General

By default, Burn.Now automatically ejects the disc after burning is complete. To disable auto-eject, select Don’t eject disc after burning.

Note: Some burners do not refresh the disc contents after writing, and thus, the new disc contents may not be read properly by other applications. Such burners have to be forced to do a refresh by ejecting and closing the disc tray.

Also, you can use Check Ulead Web site every XX days to specify how frequently the program checks the Ulead Web site for news and updates.

Audio gap on audio CD determines the length of the silent gap in between tracks when making an audio CD. The value can be changed from 0 to 10 seconds. The default value uses the industry standard of 2 seconds. (See “Audio gap” for more details).

Working folder is the temporary folder used by Burn.Now for placing temporary files.

You can change the default folder by entering the path name on the text box or by

clicking

. Available space shows the available and maximum disk space in the

working folder.

CD Info

Select Get CD-Text info from audio CD to extract disc and track information embedded on an audio CD that you copy. These are album titles, artist names, track titles, and other information.

Burn.Now is also freedb-aware, letting you access freedb.org for free online music information, like artists, track lists, and others. When Get CD info from the freedb database on the Internet is selected, using Rip CD audio lets you add additional information taken from freedb.org.

Note: Some Internet connections may require a proxy server. Check with your Internet Service Provider for proper settings if needed.

If you have already configured your Web browser to use a proxy, select Use Internet connection proxy settings. Select No proxy if you do not want to use a proxy, even if one is already configured for your Web browser. To enter new proxy settings, select User-defined.

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