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post Oct 24 2002, 19:51
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How to burn an mp3 - CD ?


So, here#s the answer:


1. In generally:

Burn as data CD




2. example Nero:

CD-Rom (ISO)

no multisession (for safety, if you have a player, which is not able to read multisession, or the 2nd, 3rd session...)


Mode 1 - ISO Level 2 (should work, level 1 is even safer)
advantage of ISO level 2 is : longer file names

ISO 9660 - Joliet

Disc at once

That's it.

perhaps additionally:

click: verify burned data


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post Oct 25 2002, 11:38
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QUOTE (SNYder @ Oct 25 2002 - 03:18 AM)
QUOTE (fewtch @ Oct 24 2002 - 03:26 PM)
Disk at once leaves no gaps between audio tracks... track at once writes each track separately and there is a delay between tracks... probably better to use DAO for music CD's, unless you want to add tracks gradually.

kick booty! i was wondering why all the audio cd's i made would come out with gaps between tracks EVEN if i chose to have 0 seconds between each track smile.gif

thanks a lot. smile.gif

Sure thing...

I think what happens with TAO is that the CD player has to seek to the next track (taking a second or two), since there are separate physical tracks for each song with some space in between (might even be visible with darker CD-R's under a bright light).

When you write the audio CD using DAO it doesn't, since there's only one physical track on the disc with no space between songs... the transition between 'tracks' would then be virtual and wouldn't take any time.

Again, someone plz correct me if I'm wrong... I'm way far from being an expert on this stuff, 99% of my CD-R's are data CD's.


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- user   How To Burn An Mp3 - Cd ?   Oct 24 2002, 19:51
- - SNYder   What is the difference between disk at once, track...   Oct 24 2002, 20:51
- - fewtch   QUOTE (SNYder @ Oct 24 2002 - 12:51 PM)What i...   Oct 24 2002, 21:26
- - westgroveg   long file names (65+) you must use Romeo file syst...   Oct 25 2002, 06:47
- - SNYder   QUOTE (fewtch @ Oct 24 2002 - 03:26 PM)Disk a...   Oct 25 2002, 11:18
- - fewtch   QUOTE (SNYder @ Oct 25 2002 - 03:18 AM)QUOTE ...   Oct 25 2002, 11:38
- - CiTay   QUOTE (SNYder @ Oct 25 2002 - 12:18 PM)ummm.....   Oct 25 2002, 14:36
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