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The dialog window shown in Figure X-XX will be displayed. If you click on Burn image -> Click here to select a disk image, you will be able to select your .iso file. Once selected, click "Open". The next window, seen in Figure X-XX, allows you to select your CD-ROM drive, as well as a few other options. Leave these options as default. Click "Start" and Brasero will begin to burn your DVD:
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The dialog window shown in Figure X-XX will be displayed. If you click on Burn image -> Click here to select a disk image, you will be able to select your .iso file. Once selected, click "Open". As seen in Figure X-XX, the name of your image will appear and, assuming a blank DVD is inserted, Brasero will indicate . Click "Create Image" and Brasero will begin to burn your DVD.
  
 
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Brasero is an easy to use CD-ROM/DVD burner included with the GNOME desktop. To launch Brasero, click Applications -> Sound & Video -> Brasero Disk Burner:

Figure X-XX:

Brasero1a.png


The dialog window shown in Figure X-XX will be displayed. If you click on Burn image -> Click here to select a disk image, you will be able to select your .iso file. Once selected, click "Open". As seen in Figure X-XX, the name of your image will appear and, assuming a blank DVD is inserted, Brasero will indicate . Click "Create Image" and Brasero will begin to burn your DVD.

Figure X-XX:

Brasero1.png

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