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Burninate CD-Writer plugin, Any way to control Burn Speed?
uart
post Mar 8 2011, 16:28
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I have Windows XP SP2 and I just installed the latest version of Foobar2000 (v 1.1.5) and the "official" burninate CD Writer plugin.

At first it didn't work but I downloaded the imapi2 update and now it's burning ok. The only problem is that I cant find any way to control the write speed. Does anyone have any tips for doing this.

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uart
post Mar 9 2011, 13:38
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No one else using this plugin?

Not so surprising I guess since not many people are still using CD's. Unfortunately the player in my car can't handle mp3's so I'm stuck with using CD audio for that. Burning straight from foobar is good because all my lossless is now in TAK and there's no Nero plugin available for that format. Previously I was just converting my selection to temporary wav files and burning CDA from that in Nero, but burning straight from foobar is much more convenient. Too bad there's no way to control the burn speed because the quality of the burn is not so good at max speed on my hardware.

BTW. There's some global settings for burn speed and some other stuff under the "Recording" tab of the properties setting on the CD context menu in "My Computer". Sadly however they apparently have no effect on this plugin.

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