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Creator 2009 Question


TFancher
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I have a client who is a recording engineer that uses Creator 2009 to compile sample CDs for his clients.

He used to use EZCD Creator developed by Adaptec but he was migrated over to Creator 2009 due to hardware compatability.

Here is his normal scenerio when he was using EZCD creator:

In alot of cases he will burn several tracks from different projects to a master cd, then using creator he will take one track from the master CD and save it as an image on the computer. He will do this to all the tracks he has on the master CD. Next, he will go back with creator and burn 4 or 5 copies of the images he saved. He will tehn keep the images on this computer untill the final project is completed.

 

How can he do this same deal without extra steps using Creator 2009? Ive tried messing with the program to figure it out and I just get lost with all the features of Creator 2009. Any help or direction from someone would be greatly appreciated.

 

 

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In alot of cases he will burn several tracks from different projects to a master cd, then using creator he will take one track from the master CD and save it as an image on the computer.
What do you mean by 'image'? You can't extract one track as an image. Do you mean save the track as a WAV sound file?
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What do you mean by 'image'? You can't extract one track as an image. Do you mean save the track as a WAV sound file?

 

Thanks for the reply

 

By image I mean a disk image, a copy of the disk stored as a file on the hard drive. Later you can go back and reburn a new disk using that disk image. EZCD creator did this by saving a disk project as .cif files.

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