Originally posted by 12345 "added" might have been a wrong, i blame that on english not being my native tounge.
Originally posted by 12345 i know i wont make a perfect copy of a cd not using the image/cue thing.
Originally posted by 12345 will a copy that has been ripped with "append gaps to previous track" & then burned with with nero in disc at once mode with 0 sec gaps between the songs _sound_ exactly as the original?
Originally posted by Pio2001 The ony PC programs that use those infos are...EAC, clone CD, CDRWin... for the sake of making perfect copy.
Pregaps are used by hardware cd players. If you directly select a track to play in a harware cd player, the track will start playing at index 1 of that track skipping any index 0 gap (if present) in the track. (...)If you play a cd continuously you will here the index 0 gaps.If tracks are not played back continuously you will not here any index 0 gap (if present).
I wish to break that 1 track down into 13 or 14 tracks without any gaps in between
Tell me which thread ou find more useful : this one or that one : http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....&t=3922&hl=gaps It's the same thing, but I forgot the existence of this thread when I posted that one.