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want to burn 'hidden' audio from presentation cd

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Andy_New, Apr 24, 2003.

  1. Andy_New

    Andy_New Member

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    I have a cd which contains the following files:
    An images folder with jpg's inside
    A single jpg
    Autorun.inf
    Shellout.exe
    and a htm file.

    I think I know what the shellout, inf and autorun are doing (they run the .htm to start the cd)
    but what is doing my head in is that the cd has a large audio track on it I want to copy that simply doesnt show up when I explore the cd. However it plays the track in a stereo cd player.

    Am I missing something obvious ?
    How can I copy the audio track if I cant see it !!!!

    Can anyone help?
     
  2. OhSoS

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    just use some ripping (or burning) software and it will see it as an audio CD.

    essentially, if you try to browse the files on any audio CD with multi-media features on them (many bands are doing this now) the audio tracks will not be displayed in Explorer, but it can still be played as a normal audio CD in a media player.
     
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    Isobuster should see the whole layout. Just right-click on the audio tracks (you can recognize them easily) and select 'Extract'.
     
  4. Andy_New

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    I didnt think to just open the cd using burning software, i thought some copyright protection was at work.

    I used Nero and it showed the audio track as you said.

    Thanks alot for your help, much appreciated.
     

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