An ISO image is an archive file of an optical disc, composed of the data contents of every written sector of an optical disc, including the optical disc file system.
To burn a disc image, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the Burn ISO icon in the Main Window. The project layout will be displayed in separate window.
2. Specify the file you want to burn on the disc, or simply drag file from Windows Explorer.
- You can also choose an ISOas a source or any other image format.
3. Click on the Burn button, to start a recording process.
Finalize disc closes the disc and no additional data or audio can be written to the disc after finalizing it.
Verify data on disc after burning checks whether the files have been written correctly. In multisession compilations, BurnAware checks only those files which were written during the most recent burning process and ignores all other files.
Buffer underrun protection allows compact disc recording to automatically stop in the event of an unplanned interruption and then to resume recording.
Use optimum power calibration checks the proper writing power and reflection of the media in use, calculating the optimum laser power and adjusting it for writing the particular session.