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Authoring Audio Cd Image


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I am trying to author an audio CD and create an ISO file for distribution. When I save to an image, I get an .Sd2f file. Is there a way to create an ISO image?

Audio CDs are not .iso files because the audio CD format is not a computer file system. the .Sd2f file is a disc image of an audio CD. However, it only can be "mounted" to show the individual tracks by using an application that properly reads .Sd2f such as Toast or an audio-editing application. Otherwise the .sD2f file is read as a single audio track.

 

You can use the Data window to create a disc image file of the individual .aiff files but of course that won't play in an audio CD player if burned to disc. After saving as a disc image you can change the .toast extension to .iso.

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Audio CDs are not .iso files because the audio CD format is not a computer file system. the .Sd2f file is a disc image of an audio CD. However, it only can be "mounted" to show the individual tracks by using an application that properly reads .Sd2f such as Toast or an audio-editing application. Otherwise the .sD2f file is read as a single audio track.

 

You can use the Data window to create a disc image file of the individual .aiff files but of course that won't play in an audio CD player if burned to disc. After saving as a disc image you can change the .toast extension to .iso.

 

Thanks, now I understand.

 

@Tyomni - I'm trying to create a new audio CD from tracks I've created, not copy an existing one.

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Thanks, now I understand.

 

@Tyomni - I'm trying to create a new audio CD from tracks I've created, not copy an existing one.

Then go ahead and let Toast create a .Sd2f file which acts the same as a master for burning to audio CD with the gaps, effects and cross fades (if any) that you've set in Toast.

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