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I'm using Jam 6.0.3

How do I get the titles to stay ween burning a CD?

And what is the CP stand for and PE?

And do I still need JAM with the latest TOAST. I use JAM so I can control the gain and time between each file. I like to have as high as quality as possible so I use aiff files. Thanks

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So why didn't you scroll down and post in the Jam section instead of posting in the Creator 2010 (PC) forums?

I did scroll down but I guess not far enough, sorry.

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I'm using Jam 6.0.3

How do I get the titles to stay when burning a CD?

Enter them in the CD Text Info window under the Disc menu. Burn disc at once (DAO). The text won't appear on a computer because computers don't read CD Text. But it will appear on CD Text-capable audio CD players and will be read by Toast if you drag the tracks from the CD to Toast for other purposes.

 

And what is the CP stand for and PE?

I don't know. I can't find where CP and PE appear in Jam. Where are they?

 

And do I still need JAM with the latest TOAST. I use JAM so I can control the gain and time between each file. I like to have as high as quality as possible so I use aiff files. Thanks

Toast 10 can do all that plus it has audio unit options. It doesn't have the Mastering Info window under the Disc menu and also plays a pop in the Preview mode where tracks join in a crossfade. That noise doesn't appear in the burned audio CD (or Sd2f disc image) but it does annoy some users when they preview the disc. Previewing in the crossfade window itself doesn't have that noise. There's no reason the quality of the Jam disc will be better than the Toast disc.

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Enter them in the CD Text Info window under the Disc menu. Burn disc at once (DAO). The text won't appear on a computer because computers don't read CD Text. But it will appear on CD Text-capable audio CD players and will be read by Toast if you drag the tracks from the CD to Toast for other purposes.

 

 

I don't know. I can't find where CP and PE appear in Jam. Where are they?

 

 

Toast 10 can do all that plus it has audio unit options. It doesn't have the Mastering Info window under the Disc menu and also plays a pop in the Preview mode where tracks join in a crossfade. That noise doesn't appear in the burned audio CD (or Sd2f disc image) but it does annoy some users when they preview the disc. Previewing in the crossfade window itself doesn't have that noise. There's no reason the quality of the Jam disc will be better than the Toast disc.

Tio right after Crossfade, you need to expand the window.

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Tio right after Crossfade, you need to expand the window.

Sorry, nothing appears after the Crossfade on my version.

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