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Audio CD, burn from regions?


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I have a question regarding burning audio CD's. It seems (in an earlier version of Jam perhaps?) that I used to be able to burn disk tracks from an edited SDII audio file (from Pro Tools). In other words, I did not have to export AIFF's of each audio region from the file, but could reference the edits in the original file to arrange CD tracks. Is this still possible in Toast 8? Also, will Toast see soundbites created in a Digital Performer SDII file?

 

Did a search, but came up with no results. Not in front of Toast right now, but if anyone has any experience with this I would appreciate it!

 

Bob

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I believe regions should work properly in 8.0.1. Give that a try and let me know if it still doesnt work right.

 

Hi John,

 

Thanks for the reply. I tried to import an SDII file with regions (created in Digital Performer) yesterday, and Toast 8.01 would not even recognize the SDII file. I got an error message saying it was not a valid audio resource, or something to that effect. I haven't tried it with a Pro Tools file, which still has the "Export Region Definitions" option. Seems I have imported whole SDII files recently from Digital Performer, but Toast does not seem to like an edited file. I'll see if I can try a Pro Tools edited file this weekend and post the results.

 

Bob

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Hi John,

 

Thanks for the reply. I tried to import an SDII file with regions (created in Digital Performer) yesterday, and Toast 8.01 would not even recognize the SDII file. I got an error message saying it was not a valid audio resource, or something to that effect. I haven't tried it with a Pro Tools file, which still has the "Export Region Definitions" option. Seems I have imported whole SDII files recently from Digital Performer, but Toast does not seem to like an edited file. I'll see if I can try a Pro Tools edited file this weekend and post the results.

 

Bob

 

Just an update-

 

Tried this again with a Digital Performer 44.1, 16 bit file, and Toast 8.01 did indeed see my edited regions in a SDII file. However, Toast does not recognize a 24 bit SDII file, regions or not. This is perhaps intentional, since there is not a format for 24 bit audio CD'd. Anyway, seems to work. Thanks.

 

Bob

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