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Creating Audio Cd With Index Tags

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Does this new Roxio offer solutions to make Audio cds

with index markers on tracks to forward every 5 minutes searches..

 

Thanks

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Does this new Roxio offer solutions to make Audio cds

with index markers on tracks to forward every 5 minutes searches..

 

Thanks

 

Sorry, I don't understand your question. You posted in Creator NXT and said it was the new version (which it is). Do you have an earlier version? What do you mean by searches that you can forward?

 

Which of the two audio cd programs are you (would you) be using?

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I have Creator 2010 and was wonderng if I should upgrade to NXT to be able to:

Have a long 1 hr audio track and create index markers soi that when you hit skip on the

cd player if moves in 5 min intervals

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Sounds like you just want to take a 1 hour audio file and split it every 5 minutes and write it to an Audio CD? You can do that with Sound Editor in 2010, then write it using Music Disc Creator.

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The easy way to answer is that Creator NXT does have much (or anyhting ) new in the audio applications. Don't bother to upgrade. Look at dedicated audio editors. Gold Wave has a lot of functionality that the audio applications in Creator don't have.

 

I still don't understand why you would want to do the skipping or how it would be accomplished. Have you seen other programs do that? Which one(s)?

 

Dave, it is more complex than that. I think the OP wants to be able to select "forward" at any place in the audio file and just not jump to the next 5 minute increment..

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I want to have just one track w 5 min tag markers ( to skip) not 12 tracks.

Isn;t that what the audio editor would do?

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I want to have just one track w 5 min tag markers ( to skip) not 12 tracks.

Isn;t that what the audio editor would do?

 

Please reply to my questions in post #5.

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Anytime you "skip forward" on an audio CD, it's to the next track. You might be thinking of a .CUE/.BIN file pair, where you set the pointers where you want to be able to skip forward to, but when the disc is actually written, it's actually written as individual 5 minute long tracks. That's how an audio CD is formatted on a CD.

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I don't have Creator 2010 on my computer. Take a look at the audio tab to see if there is an application named "Create Audio Book" read the help files to see if that has some of the features you want.

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Thanks for your input.

I will split tracks based on markers in the audio editor.

Make a bunch of clips and then burn the CD and select "from Clips" on the prompter.

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And how long is th interval from track to track?

I confess I haven't used Sound Editor to split out tracks like that, but if it works correctly, there should be zero time between tracks, seamless, the listener wouldn't know anything had happened except to see the track index increment on the player. If it works incorrectly, the gap would be up to 1/75 of a second. Noticeable, but for a speech, not a killer. As an alternative, you could use CDWAVE, (free track editor) which has an option to split every "x" minutes, and it automatically splits on sector boundaries. (The "correct" way to split tracks so there's no gap.)

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