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  • Page 29 CyberLink Power2Go 5 User’s Guide...
  • Page 30 Copyright and Disclaimer All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the prior written permission of CyberLink Corporation.
  • Page 31 Contents Introduction..........1 Welcome ................... 2 The Power2Go Program ............3 Power2Go Express Mode ..........3 Power2Go Mode ............... 5 Disc Capacity Bar .............. 8 CD-Key Activation ............8 Latest Features ................ 9 Supported File & Disc Types ..........10 System Requirements ............
  • Page 32 CyberLink Power2Go Disc Utilities ........... 45 Burning a Disc Image ............46 Saving a Disc Image ............. 47 Erasing a Disc ................ 48 Ripping Audio ..............49 Converting Audio Files ............50 Appendix ..........51 Technical Support ..............52 Web Support ..............52 Disc Types ................
  • Page 33: Introduction

    Chapter 1: Introduction This chapter introduces the CyberLink Power2Go program, starting with a description of the program’s functions, followed by an explanation of Power2Go’s two burning modes, Power2Go mode and Power2Go Express mode. The chapter ends with a list of recommended system minimum requirements.
  • Page 34: Welcome

    CyberLink Power2Go Welcome Welcome to the CyberLink family of digital video tools! CyberLink Power2Go is a disc-burning program, which is a handy utility for burning discs containing movies made using CyberLink’s movie- making software, or when you want to make music discs, data discs, and even bootable discs.
  • Page 35: The Power2Go Program

    Chapter 1: Introduction The Power2Go Program The CyberLink Power2Go program can run in either of two modes: Power2Go Express mode or Power2Go mode. Power2Go Express mode is the simpler of the two modes, allowing you to burn discs in two steps. Power2Go mode, on the other hand, offers you access to more options and disc utilities.
  • Page 36 CyberLink Power2Go Burning in Power2Go Express Mode Dragging files in appropriate formats to these icons prepares Power2Go to burn a disc. You can double-click the icon to open a window for further modification of your burning configuration. To burn a data disc, see Burn a Data Disc in Power2Go •...
  • Page 37: Power2Go Mode

    Chapter 1: Introduction Click About to display Power2Go version information, click Help to open the help file, and click Exit to close Power2Go Express mode. Changing Power2Go Express Mode Skins Power2Go Express Mode provides several different skins that allow you to change the look of the desktop icons. To use a different skin, right-click the icon on the system tray to open the command menu, click the Change Skin...
  • Page 38 CyberLink Power2Go The icons available in the Select a Burning Task window are described below: Burns data files to disc. Burns data files to secured disc. Burns audio files to disc. Burns video files to disc. Copies disc content onto a blank disc. Burns mixed media content to disc.
  • Page 39 Chapter 1: Introduction When you close (or disable) the Select a Burning Task window, the Power2Go program displays a row of buttons at the top, which allow you to access certain important functions.The available buttons are described below: Starts a new burning task. Opens an existing project.
  • Page 40: Disc Capacity Bar

    CyberLink Power2Go Disc Capacity Bar At the bottom of the program window is the disc capacity bar, which displays a graph of the current and maximum capacity of the disc. (The capacity bar appears after you have selected a burning task.) Below the graph is detailed information about the disc, such as the number of folders and files in the current project and on the disc, as well as the disc’s free and used space.
  • Page 41: Latest Features

    Chapter 1: Introduction Latest Features This section describes the latest features in the CyberLink Power2Go program. Data Burning Burning Blu-ray discs • Burning HD DVD discs • Burning on DVD-R DL (8.5G) discs • Custom CD size • Secured Data Burning Burning secured CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD data discs •...
  • Page 42: Supported File & Disc Types

    CyberLink Power2Go Supported File & Disc Types Music formats: Audio CD, .MP3, .WMA, .WAV • Video formats: .AVI, .DAT (MPEG-1), .MPE, .MPG, .MPEG, • .WMV Image formats: .BMP, .GIF, .JPE, .JPEG, .JPG, .PSD • Disc types: CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD- •...
  • Page 43 Chapter 1: Introduction Minimum System Requirements • VCD (MPEG-1) production: Intel Pentium II 450 MHz • DVD (MPEG-2) production: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz, or AMD Athlon 700 MHz (Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz, or AMD Athlon 2100+ or above recommanded) HDD Space •...
  • Page 44 CyberLink Power2Go...
  • Page 45: Burning

    Chapter 2: Burning CyberLink Power2Go offers a number of burning functions, including burning data discs, music discs, video/photo discs, mixed discs, and bootable discs, as well as copying the entire contents of a disc. You can burn to CD or DVD in a variety of formats. Before burning a disc, you can set your burning configuration to ensure proper burning.
  • Page 46: Before Burning A Disc

    CyberLink Power2Go Before Burning a Disc Before you begin burning discs, you may want to set your burning configuration to match your burning drive and the discs you want to burn. Click the Configuration/Information button to open a window that displays disc and drive configuration information. Preferences Power2Go offers several different types of preferences to suit the program to your working methods.
  • Page 47: Configuration Options

    Chapter 2: Burning CD Capacity: allows you to set a custom disc size if the CD • you are using can hold more than 700MB. To enable this option, check Customize CD-R/RW capacity, then enter the new size in the Minutes entry box. Database Click the Database tab to display the Internet connection preferences.
  • Page 48 CyberLink Power2Go computer from your CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD disc drive if your operating system ever fails. Burning a bootable CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD disc requires a bootable file (either on your hard drive or on a bootable floppy disc). Check Use a bootable image file, then click Browse...
  • Page 49 Chapter 2: Burning Auto-generate playlist: creates a playlist based on the songs • you have added to your disc. WMA Quality Tab The WMA Quality tab displays options for making a WMA music disc. Quality: Select a quality from the drop-down box. •...
  • Page 50 CyberLink Power2Go Video Tab (for VCD) The Video tab displays options for making a VCD or video DVD.The options described below pertain to VCDs only. TV format: Set the TV format (NTSC or PAL) of the video • you are burning to disc. Back up photos on disc: Make backup copies of your original •...
  • Page 51 Chapter 2: Burning HighMAT Tab The HighMAT tab displays options for making a HighMAT disc. Slide Duration: Select a duration from the drop-down box. • To control a slideshow manually, select Manual. Transition: Select the transition type (None or Wipe Right) •...
  • Page 52 CyberLink Power2Go Enable buffer underrun protection: Enabling this option • ensures that data is written to disc without interruption. (An interruption in data can result in an unusable disc.) Write simulation before burning: Perform a write • simulation to verify that your burner can burn to the disc at the selected speed without error.
  • Page 53: Burning Discs

    Chapter 2: Burning Burning Discs The fastest way to burn any kind of disc is to drag and drop files from Windows Explorer onto the appropriate icon on the desktop. This method of burning is called Power2Go Express mode. This method is presented first in each of the following sections, as you may be able to accomplish your burning task without even opening the Power2Go program.
  • Page 54: Burn A Data Disc

    CyberLink Power2Go Burn a Data Disc The Data Disc option allows you to burn data files to a CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-RAM, Blu-ray, or HD DVD disc. Data files can include images and any other document files. You can also create a bootable CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD disc, which you can use to boot your computer from your CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD disc drive if your operating system ever fails.
  • Page 55 Chapter 2: Burning Burn a Data Disc in Power2Go Mode To burn a data disc in Power2Go mode, do this: Open Power2Go. In the Select a Burning Task window, click the Data Disc icon, then select the type of disc (CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD) you want to create.
  • Page 56 CyberLink Power2Go Open Power2Go. In the Select a Burning Task window, click the Data Disc icon, then select CD, DVD, Blu-ray, or HD DVD. Highlight the files or folders you want to burn, then drag to the destination disc or click Note: You can burn a bootable disc with or without adding other data.
  • Page 57 Chapter 2: Burning Click . The Configuration/Information window opens to the Data tab. Check the Make this disc bootable option. Check the Use a bootable floppy disc option. Click Burn. A prompt appears, asking you to insert your bootable floppy disc. Insert the floppy disc, then click OK.
  • Page 58: Burn A Secured Data Disc

    CyberLink Power2Go Burn a Secured Data Disc The Secured Data Disc option allows you to burn password-protected data files to a CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-RAM, Blu- ray, or HD DVD disc. You can also burn secured data disc with file name encryption.
  • Page 59 Chapter 2: Burning the Burner tab, to allow you to set your burning configuration. (For more information, see Burner Tab on p.19.) Make any necessary modifications to your burning configuration, then click Burn. Power2Go burns the disc. When burning is complete, select an option in the dialog box that opens: Click Print Label to print a disc label.
  • Page 60 CyberLink Power2Go 11. Click to view files without extraction. 12. If your secured data disc has multiple subfolders, click go up one level to the previous folder. 13. To change how you view items in the Security Browser, click...
  • Page 61: Burn A Music Disc

    Chapter 2: Burning Burn a Music Disc The Music Disc option allows you to burn audio files to a CD or DVD. You can also record audio from video files. Depending on the audio file format you burn to, you may require a special player or player software to be able to listen to your disc.
  • Page 62 CyberLink Power2Go Burn an Audio CD Music Disc in Power2Go Mode To burn an Audio CD music disc in Power2Go mode, do this: Open Power2Go. In the Select a Burning Task window, click the Music Disc icon. Select CD, then check the Audio CD format. The Audio Disc window opens.
  • Page 63 Chapter 2: Burning Burn an MP3/WMA Music Disc in Power2Go Mode To burn an MP3/WMA music disc in Power2Go mode, do this: Open Power2Go. In the Select a Burning Task window, click the Music Disc icon. Select CD or DVD, then check the MP3 or WMA format.
  • Page 64: Burn A Video/Photo Disc

    CyberLink Power2Go Burn a Video/Photo Disc The Video/Photo Disc option allows you to burn movie files to CD/ DVD. You can also burn a slide show to disc or include a slide show along with your movie. Burn a Video/Photo Disc in Power2Go Express Mode To burn a video/photo disc in Power2Go Express mode, do this: Open Windows Explorer, then locate the files you want to burn.
  • Page 65 Chapter 2: Burning Burn a Video/Photo Disc in Power2Go Mode To burn a video/photo disc in Power2Go mode, do this: Open Power2Go. In the Select a Burning Task window, click the Video/Photo Disc icon. Select Video CD or DVD-Video, then click OK.
  • Page 66 CyberLink Power2Go To adjust the video file’s volume, click , then adjust the • volume level using the slider, or click the speaker icon to mute or unmute the sound. To add a slide show, click . The Slide Show Editor opens. To remove a file, highlight it, then click •...
  • Page 67 Chapter 2: Burning Click Print Label to print a disc label. The LabelPrint • program opens. For information on using LabelPrint, please check the program's online help system. Note: LabelPrint is an optional feature for Power2Go. In your version of Power2Go, this feature may be limited or unavailable. Click View Log to view the burning log.
  • Page 68 CyberLink Power2Go Note: LabelPrint is an optional feature for Power2Go. In your version of Power2Go, this feature may be limited or unavailable. Click View Log to view the burning log. The log opens in • your default TXT editor, where you can view and save it.
  • Page 69: Burn A Mixed Disc

    Chapter 2: Burning Burn a Mixed Disc The Mixed Disc option allows you to burn mixed content to CD. The different disc formats (CD Extra, Mixed Mode CD, and HighMAT) allow you to burn different types of media to the same disc. Each of the formats is slightly different, so the different formats are presented separately below.
  • Page 70 CyberLink Power2Go Drag and drop music or video files to the middle pane. (Dragging a folder to the pane adds the files it contains, but does not create a folder on the disc.) Note: If you drag music or video files to the bottom pane, you will be unable to play them later, as they will be read as data files.
  • Page 71 Chapter 2: Burning Mixed Mode CD Mixed Mode format allows you to burn data files and folders followed by audio files (in CDA, MP3, WAV, or WMA format) and the audio of video files in Audio CD format on the same CD-R/RW disc. You can play the music on your computer with the proper playback software, and view the data files like a normal data disc.
  • Page 72 CyberLink Power2Go When burning is complete, select an option in the dialog box that opens: Click Print Label to print a disc label. The LabelPrint • program opens. For information on using LabelPrint, please check the program's online help system. Note: LabelPrint is an optional feature for Power2Go.
  • Page 73 Chapter 2: Burning HighMAT CD HighMAT format allows you to burn a specially formatted data disc with movie, image, and music files that can be played on your computer or on a HighMAT player. Since the files are copied onto the disc instead of encoded, this format offers the advantage of retaining the original file quality.
  • Page 74 CyberLink Power2Go Note: LabelPrint is an optional feature for Power2Go. In your version of Power2Go, this feature may be limited or unavailable. Click View Log to view the burning log. The log opens in • your default TXT editor, where you can view and save it.
  • Page 75: Copying Discs

    Chapter 2: Burning Copying Discs The Copy Disc option allows you to make an exact copy of a disc of any format. However, you must copy the disc contents onto a blank disc of the same disc type. (You cannot, for example, copy content from a CD onto a DVD.) Note: Some discs may not be copied if they are copy-protected or contain errors.
  • Page 76 CyberLink Power2Go...
  • Page 77: Disc Utilities

    Chapter 3: Disc Utilities In addition to simple disc burning functions, CyberLink Power2Go offers a number of other utilities for managing your discs and your disc image files, as well as for ripping audio tracks from an Audio CD onto your hard disk. These utilities are available in the Select a Burning Task window in Power2Go mode.
  • Page 78: Burning A Disc Image

    CyberLink Power2Go Burning a Disc Image A disc image is a duplicate of the content and file structure that is destined to be burned to disc. Using Power2Go, you can burn a disc image to CD or DVD. Burning a disc image to disc allows you to restore a saved disc image to disc as well as burn disc images created by the CyberLink Image Recorder.
  • Page 79: Saving A Disc Image

    Chapter 3: Disc Utilities Saving a Disc Image Save a disc image onto your hard drive. This function is useful for backing up your disc onto your hard drive for future burning tasks. To save a disc image, do this: Start CyberLink Power2Go.
  • Page 80: Erasing A Disc

    CyberLink Power2Go Erasing a Disc If you are using a rewritable disc, you can erase content that has been previously recorded onto it. This allows you to reuse the same discs over and over without the need to continually buy new discs. Most manufacturers suggest that current rewritable discs can be written to about 1,000 times.
  • Page 81: Ripping Audio

    Chapter 3: Disc Utilities Ripping Audio The Rip Audio function copies audio tracks from an Audio CD to your hard drive in MP3, WAV, or WMA format. You can also copy audio tracks on CD-Extra CD and Mixed Mode CD. Keeping copies of your CDs on your hard drive allows you to play songs from numerous CDs without changing discs in your computer's disc drive and also saves wear and tear on your physical CD collection.
  • Page 82: Converting Audio Files

    CyberLink Power2Go Converting Audio Files Use the Audio Converter utility to convert an audio file to a different audio format (to and from the MP3, WAV, and WMA formats). You can convert an audio file to a different quality. You can also record audio from video clips.
  • Page 83: Appendix

    Appendix This chapter contains technical support information as well as a reference section to help answer questions you may have about the different disc technologies available in CyberLink Power2Go. This chapter contains the following sections: Technical Support on p.52 • Disc Types on p.53 •...
  • Page 84: Technical Support

    CyberLink Power2Go Technical Support Before asking CyberLink for technical support, please refer to this user's guide or online help for information. It contains all the information you generally need to use the program. You may also find answers quickly by contacting your local distributor/dealer. If your problem is not resolved using the above methods, please feel free to contact CyberLink for technical support.
  • Page 85: Disc Types

    Appendix Disc Types CDs and DVDs look the same and do pretty much the same thing: store data. Both can be used to record data, music, or video files. However, CDs and DVDs are incompatible, bringing different advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, the decision of which to use is left up to you.
  • Page 86: Cd Types

    CyberLink Power2Go CD Types CDs contain up to 74/80 minutes of high quality video or 650/700 MB of data. CD-R is a once-writable format. CD-RW burners and CD-R most new DVD burners can write in CD-R, and most DVD players can also read this format. The CD-R format is commonly used for distribution of computer data and digital audio.
  • Page 87: Dvd Types

    Appendix DVD Types DVD is a high capacity disc that holds anywhere from 4.7-17 GB of data, or from roughly 2-8 hours of video (depending on the type of DVD). Using the High Quality setting, you can expect to be able to record 1-2 hours of video.) DVDs can be played on DVD players and computers equipped with DVD drives.
  • Page 88 CyberLink Power2Go DVD-R DL DVD-R DL discs are dual layer writable discs in DVD-R format. A DVD-R DL disc (also called a DVD-R9 DL disc) can hold approximately 8.5 GB of data. DVD+R DL DVD+R DL discs are dual layer writable discs in DVD+R format.
  • Page 89: Blu-Ray Discs

    Appendix Blu-ray Discs Blu-ray discs (BD) are optical discs developed to enable burning and playing High-Definition video (HD), or to store data. BDs are burned using different technologies from CDs or DVDs, but can be made compatible with the appropriate hardware. BDs can be single-layer (2 hours HD/25GB of data) or dual-layer (4 hours HD or 50GB of data).
  • Page 90: Hd Dvd Discs

    CyberLink Power2Go HD DVD Discs HD DVD or High Definition DVD are optical discs developed to enable burning and playing High-Definition video (HD), or to store data. HD DVD players are backwards compatible with the current DVD discs, which means that users can play both HD DVD and DVD discs on a single HD DVD player.
  • Page 91: Index

    Index Burn Disc button 7 Burn Disc Image icon 6 Burn DVD Folder 35 burning Audio CD 30 bootable data disc 23 CD Extra 37 configuration 14 data discs 22 disc images 46 HighMAT CD 41 in Power2Go Express Mode 4 About Power2Go 5 mixed disc 37 Always on Top 4...
  • Page 92 CyberLink Power2Go CD Capacity 15 disc utilities CD Extra, burning 37 Burn Disc Image 46 CD text 16 Erase Disc 48 change disc icon 16 Rip Audio 49 Change Skin 5 Save Disc Image 47 close disc 20 Configuration/Information types 55 button 7 vs.
  • Page 93 Index MP3 CD, burning 31 MP3 Quality tab 16 multisession discs 22 HD DVD discs 58 music Help button 7 ripping to hard drive 49 Hide 4 supported formats 10 HighMAT CD, burning 41 Music Disc Audio CD, burning in Power2Go mode 30 burning in Power2Go Express mode 29...
  • Page 94 CyberLink Power2Go Port Number 15 Rip Audio Power2Go Express 3 procedure 49 burning data discs 22 burning movie discs 32 burning music discs 29 Copy Disc icon 3 copying discs 43 Data Disc icon 3 Save button 7 Movie Disc icon 3 Save Disc Image icon 6 Power2Go mode 5 Secured Data Disc...
  • Page 95 Index Web sites for technical support 52 WMA CD, burning 31 WMA Quality tab 17 write simulation 20 speed 19 write-protect a CD 20...
  • Page 96 CyberLink Power2Go...