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  1. Can Roxio or someone tell me how to LEVEL the volumes of all tracks prior to burning a CD? IF this is unclear, different CDs produce different volume levels: some are louder and some are less loud than others. IF you burn them without leveling, you constantly have to adjust your playback volume. My previous burning software (under Windows XP), Cakewalk Pyro 5, offered this feature, although it did not work very well. Does Easy CD and DVD Burning offer this feature? If so, WHERE do I find it. SO FAR, I see no mention of it in any of the features I've tried nor does the subject come up in search of the HELP file. As for which VERSION I am running, I followed the instructions in the "pinned" post and found 14.0.49.2. The pinned post mentioned "9.xx" that I ASSUME are the last digits.
  2. I am trying to burn audio cds with embedded data on the disc and keep the track names on the disc so if i put it into a car or computer it will show the titles of the audio tracks. is this possible? how would i go about doing this? thank you, --s.k.
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