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Burn CD from TAK using Nero 11: what plugins do I need?, Split from: "TAK 1.0 - Final release" (52212)
Edgarstrong
post May 18 2012, 21:51
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Hello , I am new to these boards but there seems to be a lot of knowledgeable people here so I guess I will be visiting regularly now:)

I have a question regarding this new codec - if I want to burn a CD using Nero 11, what additional plug ins should I get? Btw, good job on this TAK format, listened to it for the first time recently and enjoyed the sound quality.
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Destroid
post May 20 2012, 20:31
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In a much delayed after-thought...
The thread I referred to above is the TAK Directshow filter, which might allow WMP (and other media programs) to burn audio CD's from TAK files.

I can not confirm WMP, however I ran a test mode of TAK image file (with external CUEsheet) using the above DShow filter and ImgBurn (WinXP x86 machine). I had one issue with TAK DShow install.bat not registering the filter, which was fixed by merging the registry file manually (right-click 'TAK_Registration.reg' -> 'Merge' -> click 'Yes').

ImgBurn was fine with TAK+CUE image but multiple TAK files as separate tracks it wanted to burn them as a data CD instead of an audio CD, which was expected given the name of the program. I would predict a DShow program that had audio CD burn capabilities would work, and I can confirm FB2K with the corresponding plugin does work.

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