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brasero: Simple and easy to use CD/DVD burning application for the GNOME Desktop

NAME

brasero - Simple and easy to use CD/DVD burning application for the GNOME Desktop

SYNOPSIS

brasero [options] [uri] [uri] ...

DESCRIPTION

Brasero is an easy-to-use application for burning CD-R/Ws and DVD-R/Ws. With Brasero you can create data, audio, or video CDs, DVDs, and SVCDs. You can copy existing disks, use image files, or create new projects. Brasero includes tools such as a media previewer, integrity checker and a cover creator.

OPTIONS

The following options are supported:

Help Options:

-h, --help
Show help options
--help-all
Show all help options

Application Options:

-p, --project=PROJECT
Open the specified project
-l, --playlist=PLAYLIST
Open the specified playlist as an audio project
--device=DEVICE PATH
Set the drive to be used for burning
--image-file
Create an image file instead of burning
-a, --audio
Open an audio project adding the URIs given on the command line
-d, --data
Open a data project adding the URIs given on the command line
-c, --copy=PATH TO DEVICE
Copy a disc
-j, --cover=PATH TO COVER
Cover to use
-o, --video
Open a video project adding the URIs given on the command line
-i, --image=PATH TO IMAGE
URI of an image file to burn (autodetected)
-e, --empty
Force Brasero to display the project selection page
-b, --blank=PATH TO DEVICE
Open the blank disc dialog
-k, --check=PATH TO DEVICE
Open the check disc dialog
-n, --ncb
Burn the contents of the burn:// URI
--immediately
Start burning immediately
--no-existing-session
Don't connect to an already-running instance
-r, --burn-and-remove-project=PATH
Burn the specified project and remove it (mainly useful for integration with other applications)
-x, --transient-for
The XID of the parent window
--display=DISPLAY
X display to use

Debugging Options:

--brasero-media-debug
Display debug messages for Brasero media library
-g, --brasero-burn-debug
Display debug messages for Brasero burn library

BUGS

Please report any brasero bugs you find to https://bugzilla.gnome.org.

AUTHOR

Brasero's manual page was written by Jeremy Bicha <jeremy [at] bicha.net>.