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Quick question about cd-burning software

deep

TRIBE Member
Nero is my fav

Alcohol 120% is also apparently quite adept

CloneCD is good for making mirror copies of stuff with protections
 

bitchass

TRIBE Member
for all-round use, i still find nero to be the best.

cdrwin has never worked on my laptop or on my desktop since i got a LG dvd/cdr combo drive. alcohol 120% has been my favorite for bin/cue work for the past year or so.
 
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LivingRoomPornstar

TRIBE Member
Lately, especially for gaming, I haven't been burning much. I get bored of the games after I finish them, so I'd rather just delete them.

I've using deamon tools to set up a virtual drive instead.

For those who haven't used a virtual drive, it runs the cd image files without burning them physically to disk.


Deamon Tools is my fav as its minimalistic on the desktop, and so far has worked flawlessly.

Dan
 
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deep

TRIBE Member
nero is really a clevar name when you think about it

nero was emperor during the burning of ROMe

nero burning rom

okay so I liked it
 
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Astroboy

TRIBE Member
i LOVE toast.

but on the pc, Alcohol 120% is where it's at. I like it better than CDRwin, Nero, or Roxio.
 

MalGlo

TRIBE Member
whatever happened to Roxio/Adaptec Easy CD Creator.. they totally had the market for burning software a few years ago.. then it switched to nero...

hrmm guess nero licensed it out cheaper for packaging with burners
 
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bitchass

TRIBE Member
many years ago my artsy fartsy college friend silkscreened me a shirt that said 'i like toast' but it wasn't centered so he changed it to 'yes, i like toast' as though perhaps people asked me if i liked toast on a regular enough basis to warrant a printed response.

on the back it had a ken doll in a smoking jacket
 

DSV

TRIBE Promoter
Speaking of NERO, I heard you can split an audio file into seperate tracks for a CD using Nero, but I can't figure out how. Anyone??
 

DSV

TRIBE Promoter
SoundForge, IMO, is a pain in the ass for seperating tracks, and I can't seem to install WaveLab on my computer and have it actually WORK. I don't need to edit the wave per se, I just need to set times in the track when it will start a new track ID on he CD I burn. I've heard it's possible with regular NERO, but I'll be damned if I can figure out how...

Anyone???

Please....


help....


can't....

hold...



out...

much...



longer...
 

Eclectic

TRIBE Member
Dave, load the track in Nero....then right click on it and go to Properties.

Then click on the Indexes, Limits, Splits tab.

Set a new index at the beginning of the 2nd track.

Wash, rinse, repeat.

:)
 
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