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burning mp3 cd

Discussion in 'Audio' started by izzykatz, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. izzykatz

    izzykatz Member

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    When I try to burn classical music, I find that the order of the parts changed on cd.
    is there a way to tell nero 6 to keep the order? or just the stupid way of adding 01, 02...??
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  2. Digidave

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    Could you clarify a bit? What do you mean by parts? Do you drag & drop the files into the Nero Burning ROM?
     
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    Renaming would help, then you can arrange by title after adding. If it's a drag and drop thing, like Digidave mentioned, remember to select your files in order: top-left to bottom-right to stay in order when you add them.
     
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    If you are burning a MP3 CD, using Nero, it doesnt matter what order you put on it, as it will burn it in alphabetical order.
    The only way around this, that i can see would be to add the 01, 02, 03, 04 etc.
    As i have only burnt a few MP3 CD's i could be wrong on this.

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  5. izzykatz

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    i have a musical piece which has 4 chapters (4 files), i want to burn it at a specific order, mp3 , not audio cd.
    when i dragdrop at the desired order and burn, they play in different order then burned. hope this clarify.
    if i make an audio cd track order is kept of course, but i want an mp3 cd.
    izzy
     
  6. Digidave

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    You'll have to rename them. Start with 01,02,03,etc... This should solve your problem. Good Luck & please let us know how it goes.
     

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