The following configuration options are available on the Expert Features tab:
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Enable Disc-at-once CD overburning

Enables the option that CDs can be overburned. 

Drop-down menu / Input field
Absolute/Relative maximum overburning size

Defines how much a CD can be overburned.

Check box
Enable DVD overburning

Enables the option that DVDs can be overburned.

Drop-down menu / Input field
Maximum DVD size

Defines how much a DVD can be overburned.

Check box
Enable generation of short lead-out

Enables the option to write additional data to your CD.

Check box
Do not eject disc after burning

Enables the option that your disc remains in the recorder and is not ejected when the burn process is finished.

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Enable all supported recorder formats for image recorder

Enables the option that all supported recorder formats for the Image Recorder are available.
It is now possible to create compilations that the installed recorder cannot burn. For instance, you can create a Blu-ray compilation without a Blu-ray recorder and create an image file with Nero Image Recorder. 

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Nero burn functions in the context menu

Allows Nero Burning ROM to be started from the shell context menu. The shell context menu offers various pertinent information and is opened by clicking a file or folder with the right mouse button in the Windows Explorer.

 

 

 

Overburning
Overburning means writing more data on the disc than originally intended. It is achieved by reducing the lead-out area to a few seconds, which is sufficient in most cases. However, this violates the CD standard and may result in recording and playback errors (depends on the used recorder).

 

 
 

Expert Features