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Creating Mixed Mode Cd--Data And Audio Files


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I need to create a mixed mode CD which consists of data files (text and artwork) and audio files of an instructional nature that can be played both on a computer and a regular CD player. I need to find out how to complile the data and audio files on the same CD and how to burn the audio files so they can be played both on a computer or a CD player. Any help would be appreciated. This is for Roxio Creator 10.

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I need to create a mixed mode CD which consists of data files (text and artwork) and audio files of an instructional nature that can be played both on a computer and a regular CD player. I need to find out how to complile the data and audio files on the same CD and how to burn the audio files so they can be played both on a computer or a CD player. Any help would be appreciated. This is for Creator 10.

 

There is no Creator 10. There is a 4 year old Easy Media Creator 10 and the over one year old Roxio Creator 2010. Which do you have? Do not make up your own names for programs, it just confuses everyone.

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It should be the same.

 

An enhanced CD (also known as a CD Extra CD or CD Plus CD) is a multisession CD that contains both music tracks and computer data. The first session on the CD contains the music tracks, so a home or car stereo CD player can play them. The second session contains data intended for your computer's CD-ROM drive. Many music CDs are made as an enhanced CD to provide music CD tracks and a music video all on the same CD.

To make an enhanced CD:

 

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The OP could also have Creator 10.2 DE or Creator 10.3 DE or similar.

 

Phil. If you have one of those OEM freebees, then it is a cut down version and may not have all the bells and whistles. Did you buy it or did it come on your computer or piece of hardware. If you bought it, where?

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