When using CD burners, consider purchasing additional software that enables users to create menus for DVDs, burn video files and other advanced features. Use CD burners correctly with information from a freelance computer specialist in this free video on electronics.
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Hi, I'm Noah and today I'm going to show you how to use CD burners. CD burners have become extremely common over the past several years and are an extremely handy tool for either safeguarding information or sharing pictures, or simply transferring files. Although most burning software solutions you'll have to pay for. You can also find some basic ones which are free. Like CDBurnerXP which can be found at http://cdburnerxp.se. These programs just offer basic burning capabilities. The software suites that you pay for however will offer lots of additional capabilities like for example, being able to make menus for your DVDs that you might burn with video files. So once you have a burning program and you've inserted a blank CD into your DVD burner you'll need to run the program and select the files that you want to burn. Pretty much all burning software works in a similar way. You simply first select what files you want to add to your disk, click add, and then once you've selected all the files you want and you're ready to make your CD you select 'Burn'. Now finally before you start the burning process you'll be able to choose what speed you want it to be done in. Keep in mind that the lower the speed the higher the chances of your copy being successfully made are.