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Error Recovery Reading Cd's For Audiobooks


Sherwood Botsford
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I'm lost all of my gruntles.

 

Importing S.M. Stirling's book, Sword of the Lady -- a 17 CD set, Toast borks with an error 5 on disk 16.

 

Import in iTunes. No problem.

 

Toast is not a robust solution for creating audio books. I'm disappointed, as well as being disgruntled.

 

Ideally Toast should be able to do the following:

 

1. Read anything that iTunes can read. E.g. it should have error correction, multiple attempts,

 

2. If that fails, eject the disk and ask you to clean and re-insert.

 

3. On a truely unrecoverable error, do the best it can: E.g. "There are 12 seconds of track 16 that are un-readable. Skip? Mark track for later replacement?

 

4. Allow you to assemble an audiobook from multiple sources: An arbitrary mix of CD images, m4b files, tracks from iTunes, and CD.

 

5. Tell you what disk number you are on/need next.

 

6. Recognize when a disk has been there before.

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I'm lost all of my gruntles.

 

Importing S.M. Stirling's book, Sword of the Lady -- a 17 CD set, Toast borks with an error 5 on disk 16.

 

Import in iTunes. No problem.

 

Toast is not a robust solution for creating audio books. I'm disappointed, as well as being disgruntled.

 

Ideally Toast should be able to do the following:

 

1. Read anything that iTunes can read. E.g. it should have error correction, multiple attempts,

 

2. If that fails, eject the disk and ask you to clean and re-insert.

 

3. On a truely unrecoverable error, do the best it can: E.g. "There are 12 seconds of track 16 that are un-readable. Skip? Mark track for later replacement?

 

4. Allow you to assemble an audiobook from multiple sources: An arbitrary mix of CD images, m4b files, tracks from iTunes, and CD.

 

5. Tell you what disk number you are on/need next.

 

6. Recognize when a disk has been there before.

 

 

I would contact Roxio on Monday and express your concerns,

 

We are just fellow users on here.

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