ULEAD BURN.NOW USER GUIDE 13
Under Synchronization settings, select Refresh compilation automatically to synchronize recorded files and folders with their original location on your hard disk. This applies everytime you insert a data disc created by Burn.Now. Select options for replacing files, removing them from, or adding them to your compilation.
Note: Synchronization of data is possible only with discs that were created with synchronization info in Burn.Now. For more details, see “Burn with synchronization info”.
Choosing a disc burner
When creating discs, you can specify the physical burner drive with which to burn the disc by selecting Burner: Select Burner. This opens the Select Burner dialog box where you can choose your physical burner. Click Advanced to view your burner’s read and write capabilities.
However, instead of directly recording to a burner, Select Burner also provides an alternative method. When compiling a new disc, it is not necessary to burn it immediately to a disc. Instead, you can select Disc image file and save your compilation as a disc image file to be burnt to disc later. See “Creating a disc image file”
and “Burning a disc from a disc image file” for details.
You can also select the burner at the Disc Layout Window toolbar.
Burn.Now can create ISO 9660 and UDF/ISO 9660 disc image files only. For UDF 1.5 file system or above, the program can only directly burn to disc. (See “Choosing a file system” for more information on file systems.)