When everythings to your liking click the Burn CDDVD button at the bottom of the box

The burning begins. A progress window opens, so you can see what's going on. You'll see each image go by as EasyShare saves it to the disc.

When it's done, EasyShare checks to make sure there aren't any errors on the disc it just created (you'll see a message boasting that EasyShare is busy "verifying the media"). Finally, you see a new box that says: Your disc has been successfully created. You're done.

Note: You may be done, but Kodak isn't. The company uses this opportunity to make a sales pitch, encouraging you to take your CD to a photo kiosk to make some prints. (You can learn more about printing at kiosks in Section 16.4.3.2.)

UP TO SPEED Choosing a CD or DVD Burning Speed

Confused about which CD or DVD burning speed to use in EasyShare? As you can guess, faster speeds are more convenient because they finish the job quicker. The only problem is if the burner tries to run too fast, it may make errors copying your files. Don't worry thoughEasyShare checks the files after they're burned to a CD or DVD and lets you know if there's a problem.

If you're not sure what speed to choose, try one of the slower speeds at first8x or 16x, say. Keep an eye on the progress box when it verifies your files. If all goes well, greatyou may want to try a faster speed on your next backup. Just keep an eye on the progress box as it verifies the files on your CD and make sure you see a message at the end that says: Your disc has been successfully created.

Bum CD/DVD

Have the discs ready and complete (he items below.

Selected pictures: 5

Total size: 3.02 ME

Media needed:

Destination drive:

Writing speed:

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