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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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Zin_Ramu
post Oct 25 2002, 21:32
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I'd like to add that before you decide what which program you use for burning MP3CDs the key is to decide what you are going to do with them.

If you are going to use them solely for back-up purposes I've had good success with Sony CD Extreme and the related updates to Prassi engine. This software allows you to use ISO Level 2 long, which allows 212 character length filenames so you donít have to adjust file names. Plus itís free to download.

If on the other hand you are using them for playback, the key is to determine which formats your player supports and determine the one which allows for longest filenames. For instance my playerís longest format is Joliet (Sony NS755V). However the Sony CD Extreme version of Joliet allows 106 in filename length, which my player did not accept. So I switched to Nero, which uses the standard Joliet at 64 characters, creating no problems with my player, but it means often filenames are adjusted. While this program is not free, you can demo it, to make sure it meets your needs first.

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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
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