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ULEAD BURN.NOW USER GUIDE 47

Burning a disc from a disc image file

If you created a disc image file from a source disc, or if you previously saved a disc image file for a data, MP3, or audio disc created in Burn.Now, you can easily burn multiple disc copies using the image file.

To burn a disc from a disc image file:

  • 1.

    Insert a blank disc in your disc burner.

  • 2.

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

  • 3.

    Under Source, select Disc image file then click Browse to open an image file.

  • 4.

    Under Destination, choose your burner drive.

5. 6.

Click Advanced

to see more burning options.

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.

  • 8.

    Select Buffer underrun protection to prevent interruptions in the flow of data from

the hard disk to the burner and ensure a safe burn. 9. Click Copy to start the burning process.

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