Use the Output page of the General Settings to configure default output settings. The Output page is shown in the figure below:
The following fields are on this page:
Default Output Folder Group
Use the Default Output Folder group to set the location for the folder that will store the converted files.
Use Source’s Original Folder Radio button
Select the Source’s Original folder radio button to designate that the converted files be placed in the same folder as the source files.
Folder Radio button
Select the Folder radio button to specify the folder for the target files. Select the Browse button to open an MS Windows Browse For Folder dialog to navigate to the folder to be used. You can preview the currently selected folder in the display box.
Overwrite Settings Group
Overwrite Drop-down list box
Use the Overwrite drop-down list box to select what to do if, when saving a file a file with the same name currently exists. The available options are:
Rename: Rename the target filename using the options set in the Rename Options Dialog.
Skip: Skip converting the file. The log report will show this item conversion as a skipped one.
Replace: Replace the existing file.
Notice that the Overwrite options will not be enabled when the Still Images format is selected in the Format drop-down list box. Instead you can use the Overwrite options in the PropertiesDialog of the Still Images format.
Rename Options Customize Button
Use the Rename Options Customize button to display the Rename Options Dialog, where you can customize file renaming in case the file being generated already exists. Notice that this option is only available when you select the Rename option from the Overwrite Drop-down list box and the selected format in the Format drop-down list box is any format except Still Images.
Temp Folder Group
Use the Temp Folder group to set the temporary folder for DVD image A set of files that contain all of the video and audio content for a DVD, organized with a table of contents (optional). See also: Title The name for a group of related video files (called "Chapters") on your DVD. For example, for a DVD called "My Summer Vacation," you might have the titles "Water Skiing," "New Friends," and "Hiking." For each of those titles, you might have one or more different video files., Chapter The name for each individual video file on a DVD. For example, under the title "Water Skiing", you might have the chapters "My first try," "My first wreck," and "My first jump.", ISO Image An ISO image (.iso) is a disk image of a file system. It includes data files that are contained in the ISO image along with filesystem metadata. ISO images are an alternative to physical media for distribution of a "DVD" over the Internet. Most operating systems allow ISO images images to be "played" as if they were physical discs. See also: DVD Image..Title , Chapter , ISO Image .Title , Chapter , ISO Image .Title , Chapter , ISO Image .Title , Chapter , ISO Image . creation and for remote file caching.
Folder Edit Box
This is the name of the temporary folder where DVD images and remote files being cached will be stored. Select the . Browse button to open an MS Windows Browse For Folder dialog to navigate to the folder to be used. You can preview the currently selected folder in the display box.
Tasks Control Toolbar
A set of files that contain all of the video and audio content for a DVD, organized with a table of contents (optional). See also: Title, Chapter, ISO Image.