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Gaps When Burning Flac Files


cmwolfson

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When I burned a CD directly from the FLAC files there wa a mini-second gap between tracks, which is a real hassle with concert recordings. I converted the files to AIFF and took a look at them with Peak LE, then burned the AIFF files. No gap, no problem.

 

I'm using Tiger 10.4.3.

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When I burned a CD directly from the FLAC files there wa a mini-second gap between tracks, which is a real hassle with concert recordings. I converted the files to AIFF and took a look at them with Peak LE, then burned the AIFF files. No gap, no problem.

 

I'm using Tiger 10.4.3.

 

Make sure you've upgraded to Toast 7.0.2. There was a bug with the whole FLAC implementation in 7, one consequence of which was the gap problem you've experienced. These issues were addressed completely in 7.0.1 and you will get 100% gapless burning straight from FLAC now. Unless your files have SBE's of course... ;-)

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Make sure you've upgraded to Toast 7.0.2. There was a bug with the whole FLAC implementation in 7, one consequence of which was the gap problem you've experienced. These issues were addressed completely in 7.0.1 and you will get 100% gapless burning straight from FLAC now. Unless your files have SBE's of course... ;-)

 

What about gapless playback when burning music DVDs?

 

I have some FLAC files that are recorded in 24/48 and I don't want to downconvert to the 16/44.1 CD standard.

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