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Imaging All Sessions?


iameatingjam

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Well, I have a cd here and it has two sessions ( I think thats right :) ) one is audio and one is data. I don't need the audio part, I just want the data, but when I try to make a disk image it just makes the audio part. As in says in the bottom "only the first session will be copied". How am I doing this?

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Sorry I can't offer more help. I'm not familiar with the Dreamcast discs. I'm not aware of any application that will duplicate a multi-session disc nor make an image file from anything but the first session. That doesn't mean it doesn't exist; I just don't know about it. Maybe freshburn has experience with the Dreamcast discs

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As you've found the disc copy function only works with the disc's first session. What you need to do instead is drag the contents of the data session to the Toast Data window. Now you can make a disc image or burn a disc from that content.

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No experience with Dreamcast discs but if they are the same idea as Playstation then you could try MultiTrack CD-ROM XA which you can get to by turning on "Legacy Formats" in Toast's Prefs. I do remember that when copying PS discs I had to rip them in an old OS9 app first to handle the protection etc.

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My understanding is you have an Enhanced audio CD that includes one session that is an audio CD and another session that has data. Typically the data is a music video.

 

When you say that copying the files from the second session to the Toast Data window doesn't work, what actually happens? Did you use the Data window or are you still in the Copy window? There is no reason to be concerned with the formatting because it likely is ISO 9660 on the CD. You can choose either Mac & PC or ISO 9660 to get the same format.

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No experience with Dreamcast discs but if they are the same idea as Playstation then you could try MultiTrack CD-ROM XA which you can get to by turning on "Legacy Formats" in Toast's Prefs. I do remember that when copying PS discs I had to rip them in an old OS9 app first to handle the protection etc.

 

Really? I just burn them straight from toast with no modification and they work fine.

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