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Buring a cd with no pauses between em

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by og_jj1, Nov 28, 2007.

  1. og_jj1

    og_jj1 Member

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    ok ive looked on a program that can burn me a cd that has no pauses in between it just keeps going. stupid windows media player adds 2 seconds in between each song and thats mad annoying. so im looking for a way to be able to burn a cd with no pauses in between each track.

    thank you in advance as your help is greatly appreciated
     
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    olyteddy Regular member

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    Most versions of Nero can cut that gap out when they burn.
     
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    og_jj1 Member

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    how would i go about doing this using nero 6?
     
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    pryme_H Regular member

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    og_jj1m,
    In Nero, Burn as data CD. Make sure the burn "Disc At Once" is ticked. This should eliminate gaps between tracks. I hope this helps...
     
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    Is said cd to be burned in mp3 format? Far as I recall the Mp3 format has that nagging tendency to do that - add that silence/gap between tracks. Nero just leaves it in there when you add the tracks to the disc to be burned, you gotta actually go in and remove the silence yourself.

    In Nero, on the Complilation side {window that shows all the tracks to be burned}, select everything but the first track and right click, goto the Properties option. Once there change the Pause lenght to Zero {0}. you'll still have a slight pause between tracks since the way Mp3 audio cds are burned - each track is treated as a seperate one instead of like a retail disc that just reads as one long track.

    http://club.cdfreaks.com/f48/burning-mp3-cds-without-silence-between-tracks-using-nero-101562/
     

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