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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" to return to the screen seen in Figure 2.6.2.2b:
 
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" to return to the screen seen in Figure 2.6.2.2b:
  
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'''Figure 2.6.2.2b: Viewing the Image to Burn and the DVD Hardware Properties Within Brasero'''
  
 
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The name and size of your .iso file should appear and, assuming a blank DVD is inserted, Brasero will indicate the size of the media. The lower portion of Figure X-XX shows the menu that appears if you click on the Properties button. You can change these options if you wish, but it is fine to keep the default settings. When you are ready, click the "Burn" button and Brasero will burn your DVD.
 
The name and size of your .iso file should appear and, assuming a blank DVD is inserted, Brasero will indicate the size of the media. The lower portion of Figure X-XX shows the menu that appears if you click on the Properties button. You can change these options if you wish, but it is fine to keep the default settings. When you are ready, click the "Burn" button and Brasero will 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 and the dialog window shown in Figure 2.6.2.2a will be displayed.

Figure 2.6.2.2a: Brasero's Initial Screen

Brasero1a.png


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" to return to the screen seen in Figure 2.6.2.2b:

Figure 2.6.2.2b: Viewing the Image to Burn and the DVD Hardware Properties Within Brasero

Brasero2.png

The name and size of your .iso file should appear and, assuming a blank DVD is inserted, Brasero will indicate the size of the media. The lower portion of Figure X-XX shows the menu that appears if you click on the Properties button. You can change these options if you wish, but it is fine to keep the default settings. When you are ready, click the "Burn" button and Brasero will burn your DVD.

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