Creating The ISO File
Once all plug-ins have been integrated and set up, the Next button takes you to the next step in the process.
First, enter the directory to group the files (top entry field). After that, if desired, an ISO file can be automatically created. The bottom entry field is for the file name.
CAUTION! If the whole DVD is used, 10 GB of temporary disk space is required.
Another click on Next starts the build process; depending on file sizes, this may take some time.
Once completed, you should check whether the ISO file has actually been created. If it looks like the following screenshot, everything's gone according to plan:
The last click on Next merely tells you how the image should be burned.
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