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ULEAD BURN.NOW USER GUIDE 45

Copying a disc

Burn.Now’s Copy Disc feature lets you duplicate any type of disc, including VCD, SVCD, DVD, HD DVD, and Blu-ray Disc as long as it is not copy protected. You can make direct disc to disc copies, or copy a disc as a disc image file. You can also duplicate a disc from a disc image file.

Note: DVD-VR/+VR contents will be converted to DVD-Video.

To use the Copy Disc feature, select Copy Disc in the Select a Task dialog box or select Disc: Copy Disc on the Menu Bar.

Making a disc to disc copy

Burn.Now allows you to copy ‘on-the-fly’, that is, to directly copy the contents from a source disc to a new disc.

To make a disc to disc copy:

  • 1.

    Insert the source disc into your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive and a blank disc into your disc burner.

  • 2.

    In the Select a Task dialog box, select Copy Disc.

  • 3.

    Under Source, select Disc then choose your source drive. Under Destination, choose your burner drive.

Note: Your disc burner can both be your source drive and destination drive. While copying, Burn.Now will prompt you to insert the source disc and then the blank disc.

4. Click

to see more burning options.

5. Set the Read speed. If there is a disc inserted in the source CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive, the program will check the read speed of the drive and the disc, and by default, will choose the highest speed that both can handle.

Tip: When copying audio CDs, choose a low read speed to preserve the audio quality. When copying data discs or other types of discs, choosing a high read speed minimizes buffer underrun errors.

  • 6.

    Set the Write speed. If there is a disc inserted in the burner drive, the program will check the write speed of the burner and the disc, and by default, will choose the highest speed that both can handle.

  • 7.

    Specify the number of disc Copies to burn.

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