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


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


       This manual page documents briefly the brasero command.

       rasero is a disc burning application. It is designed to be  simple  and
       easy to use.  It allows to create data CD/DVD, audio CD, to copy CD/DVD
       and to burn images. It has some nices features, such as a  song,  image
       and  video  previewer.  It can also search for files (thanks to beagle)
       and display a playlist and its contents.


       This program follows the usual  GNU  command  line  syntax,  with  long
       options  starting  with  two  dashes  (`-').  A  summary  of options is
       included below.  For a complete description, see the Info files.

       -p, --project=PROJECT
              Open the specified project.

       -a, --audio
              Open an empty audio project.

       -d, --data
              Open an empty data project.

       -c, --copy=PATH
              Copy a disc.

       -j, --cover=PATH
              Cover to use.

       -o, --video
              Open a video project adding the URIs given on the command  line.

       -i, --image=PATH
              Uri of an image file or a cue file to be burnt (autodetected).

       -e,  --empty
              Force brasero to display the project selection page.

       -b,  --blank
              Open the blank disc dialog.

       -k, --check
              Open the check disc dialog.

       -n, --ncb
              Open a data project with the contents of burn:/// URI.

       -r, --burn-and-remove-project=PATH
              Burn the specified project and REMOVE it.

       -g, --debug
              Display debug statements on stdout.

              X display to use.

       -?, --help
              Show summary of options.

       -v, --version
              Show version of program.


       Brasero    manual    page    was    written    by   Philippe   Rouquier
       <> and Luis Medinas <>.