How to add Files & Folders

Burning Studio trenner Add Movies Files

 

Creating a Movie CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc with Ashampoo Burning Studio 9 is really simple. You start the complete procedure by editing movie files into the project list.

 

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Burning Studio add button Add Movies Files

Click on the Add button to add the files to your project list you want to burn on CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc. A browser dialog will open in which you can browse for the files you want to add to the list.

 

Burning Studio arrow Add Movies Files TIP: You can also use Drag&Drop to add files and folders directly from the Windows ExplorerĀ®  or Total Commander into the project window of Ashampoo Burning Studio 9.

 

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Burning Studio newfolder button Add Movies Files

 

Click on New Folder if you want to create a new folder.

 

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Burning Studio remove button Add Movies Files

 

You can remove files using the Remove button.

 

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Burning Studio rename button Add Movies Files

 

You can rename files using the Rename button.

 

5.

 

Burning Studio play button Add Movies Files

 

If you want to have a look on you movie file just select one and click on the Play button.

 

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Burning Studio folder button Add Movies Files

 

Use the button to the right of the drop down list to go up to the current folder’s parent folder. The button is disabled if you cannot go up any further.

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Burning Studio title Add Movies Files

 

You can enter the title/label of your CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc in this text field (7). The title/label cannot be longer than 16 characters.

 

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Burning Studio estimatetime Add Movies Files

 

According to the number and sizes of the files in your project list, this field displays the estimated size of the resulting Movie disc.

 

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Burning Studio statusbar Add Movies Files

 

The colors of the bar change from dark blue to a brighter blue. If a project will not fit on the disc, the colour at the end of the bar will change into red.

If the content will fit on a DVD/Blu-ray Disc instead of a CD, the benchmark will be changed from MB to GB.

 

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Burning Studio next button Add Movies Files

 

Click on Next > to proceed with the write options.

 

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Burning Studio back button Add Movies Files

 

Clicking on the < Back button will cancel the current process and will bring you back to the start screen of Ashampoo Burning Studio 9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add Movies Files