If you mean burning an audio CD, the the best you will do is to store CD-text information, which is just album name and each track name. If you mean burning a data CD with MP3 files then all of your tag information will be preserved.
Hallo, this is my first post here and my apologies if this topic has been redone, I have done a search but I didn't see something exactly like this show up. Well, as the title says, I want to know if I can burn audio cd-r with the ID3 tags in, containing information about Band, track title, Album, Genre, and so on. The ideal situation would be that the tags should be "kept" when mp3s are ripped off the audio cd-r, or at worse case the info should just show up on players like Winamp, Media Player, etc. I'm afraid my knowledge of the matter doesn't go much beyond trying to do it with Nero and not succeeding, so I'd like to ask if anyone has heard if this is possible and by which programs.
The answer was given in post #2, five years ago. For the rest, Google is your friend.https://www.google.com/search?q=CD-Texthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD-Texthttp://web.ncf.ca/aa571/cdtext.htmhttp://www.hanselman.com/blog/HowToWriteOr...ithImgBurn.aspx
It is now 2013 and I would like to know.
Quote from: enchilada on 02 October, 2013, 04:51:31 PMIt is now 2013 and I would like to know.Nothing has changed except that (most likely) fewer people deal with CD-R which would mean that it is less likely than before that anything will change.You are left to write a script that parses mp3 files in order to create a cue sheet, I'm afraid. Share that script and things will have changed.