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  • vartaxe
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Burning Audio CD like a pro with CD-TEXT
hi,

a friend of mine has a band... he recently went to studio and recorded theyre first album... he got *.wav from producer... he asked me how to burn it properly...

1. no sound normalisation
2. 2 seconds gap between tracks
3. cd-text for track names

and if there is a possibility to add copy protection...

thanks for helping

Burning Audio CD like a pro with CD-TEXT
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  • Last Edit: 27 July, 2012, 07:40:05 AM by .halverhahn
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When I want CD-Text, I export to WAV/CUE in foobar2000 and then burn that with ImgBurn. Works like a charm every time. If you just go in and tweak it a bit after, you can make the 2-second gap happen easily.
  • Last Edit: 27 July, 2012, 10:17:46 AM by Canar

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and if there is a possibility to add copy protection...


Please don't do that. Your CD will still get pirated and you'll only alienate your paying customers, who will likely resort to pirating the album they just bought.
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  • francesco
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Feurio: http://www.feurio.net/English/index.html

feurio was an amazing program , but no more updated


When I want CD-Text, I export to WAV/CUE in foobar2000 and then burn that with ImgBurn. Works like a charm every time. If you just go in and tweak it a bit after, you can make the 2-second gap happen easily.

may i ask you how can you export wav/cue and edit the 2 second gap in imgburn ?

thanks

  • gottogo99
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Reply #5
Use ImgBurn to create a cue sheet.  It will give you various options for CD text and the option of 2 second gaps or not.  The resultant cue sheet can be edited in a text editor if necessary then burned in any program that accepts cue sheets (ImgBurn, Nero, etc.).  ImgBurn is free, Windows only.
  • Last Edit: 28 July, 2012, 10:13:46 AM by gottogo99