Creating Your Own Great DVDs & CDs: The Official Hp Guide

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2002 - Computers - 344 pages
The only guide authorized by Hewlett-Packard, this book shows how to make the most out of a DVD or CD recorder, one step at a time. Through start-to-finish projects, the reader can learn to create every type of DVD, CD, and VCD, and record video, photographs, music and data. Topics covered include: comparing and choosing the right recorder for your needs; installing an internal or external CD-RW or DVD+RW drive; preparing your PC to record DVDs and CDs reliably; ripping songs from a CD, or downloading songs from the Internet and creating a compilation CD; using software bundled with HP's CD Writers and DVD Writers and other leading DVD and CD recording tools; recording CD slide shows with digital photographs; enhancing your discs with labels and on-disc menus; troubleshooting recording problems; and using your recorder to combine video, digital images, music and data onto one disc.

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Contents

How Does DVD Recording Work?
1
The Language of Computers
2
Readmg Data from a Disc
3
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

MARK L. CHAMBERS has been a PC and Macintosh hardware technician since 1989. He is author of CD and DVD Recording for Dummies, Building a PC for Dummies, The HP Official Recordable CD Handbook, The HP Official Digital Photography Handbook, Recordable CD Bible, and Scanners for Dummies, along with other digital media books for beginners.

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