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Cd Copying Versus Cd Burning To Blank Cds For Multi Cd Need.


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I need to copy/burn 20 or more CDs. MP3 file, of a talk, each about an hour long.

 

What is the most efficient, quickest, error free/ way to do this?

 

Continually choose and burn the same files to new CDs, or make a copy of one burned CD, and make copies on blank CDs.?

 

Thanks

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I need to copy/burn 20 or more CDs. MP3 file, of a talk, each about an hour long.

 

What is the most efficient, quickest, error free/ way to do this?

 

Continually choose and burn the same files to new CDs, or make a copy of one burned CD, and make copies on blank CDs.?

 

Thanks

 

This would be my choice. Burn the original MP3 cd and then use "copy" for the remaining ones. In the copy command there will

be a choice of how many to make.

 

redwagon

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I need to copy/burn 20 or more CDs. MP3 file, of a talk, each about an hour long.

 

What is the most efficient, quickest, error free/ way to do this?

 

Continually choose and burn the same files to new CDs, or make a copy of one burned CD, and make copies on blank CDs.?

 

Thanks

 

You may burn the original MP3 cd and then use copy for the remaining ones. There you have the option to choose how many to make.

Hoping till now you done it

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I would be inclined to copy/burn to a disc image. Then I could burn from the image on as many different occasions and for as many copies as I wished.

 

Sounds like you want to burn an audio disc from an MP3 file rather than just burning the MP3 onto a disc. You can make an image of the audio disc in one of the non-ISO formats with most Roxio suites. [you can't make an audio ISO]

 

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Brendon

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I would be inclined to copy/burn to a disc image. Then I could burn from the image on as many different occasions and for as many copies as I wished.

 

Sounds like you want to burn an audio disc from an MP3 file rather than just burning the MP3 onto a disc. You can make an image of the audio disc in one of the non-ISO formats with most Roxio suites. [you can't make an audio ISO]

 

Regards,

Brendon

+1 on the disc image. Six years ago I made the "final" disc image of my e-compilation of Irish tunes and have since burned well over 250 copies for friends and customers with never an error or misstep in the burning. Roxio all the way, of course!
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