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-- Cd Text Roxio 2011Pro W 7


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Hi Ralph,

 

Please look at this:

 

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[1] Don't use "Burn Audio CDs" from the Home menu - that's a "simplified" Sonic application and won't do what you want.

[2] Instead use "Create Music Disc Projects" which will run the Roxio Music Disc Creator [MDC]

[3] In MDC, select an Audio CD project and start to create your CD.

[4] Click on File [at top left] > Project Settings and you'll see the small Settings box.

[5] You can change a number of things there, but the one you want it the checkbox for Add CD-text.

[6] Click OK, then make sure you have your tracks and their data entered properly, and then click Burn under the Export heading.

 

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Brendon

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Thank you Brandon, It works your answers were perfect especially your tip on MDC--

 

I have a few problems; I am switching from CREATOR # 5 , so lots of things are complicated-- Her is my next problem -

 

I like to make cd compilations with transitions - like using something different than the standard 2 sec gap-- Like flow one song into another so that the gaps will vary-- I notice some symbols which I dont understand that could probably do this- If You can explain how to use this , then there should be someway to hear the arrangements before I burn.

 

This is kind of tough to describe and so I hope that I am explaining my problem correctly=

 

Thank you once again-----ralph

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hi Ralph,

 

Please look at this:

 

post-208-015420700 1297138419.jpg

 

 

[1] Don't use "Burn Audio CDs" from the Home menu - that's a "simplified" Sonic application and won't do what you want.

[2] Instead use "Create Music Disc Projects" which will run the Roxio Music Disc Creator [MDC]

[3] In MDC, select an Audio CD project and start to create your CD.

[4] Click on File [at top left] > Project Settings and you'll see the small Settings box.

[5] You can change a number of things there, but the one you want it the checkbox for Add CD-text.

[6] Click OK, then make sure you have your tracks and their data entered properly, and then click Burn under the Export heading.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Hello Ralph,

 

I don't use transitions, because I usually leave the tracks the way they came. However if you click on a symbol under the fade heading, you'll get the set of 4 symbols shown and mousing over each will bring up a label showing what the fade type is [none, quick, slow, normal].

 

Under the Transition heading is a symbol and if you click it you can choose between a gap, an overlap, or a crossfade. Next to that is a figure where you set the length of the overlap or gap.

 

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I think I've set mine here for a normal fade in and out, overlapping 5 seconds. The little speaker symbol says it's to play transition, but I haven't worked out how it works, and it gives me odd results.

Perhaps one of the more audio oriented people here could help us on this one?

 

Regards,

Brendon

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