[ProAudio] No Titles
loujudson at mac.com
Thu Jul 29 10:34:49 PDT 2021
Both the free Audacity and Amadeus Pro can add metadat to WAV files, which will carry over into mp3 and m4a files. Not sure about optical discs. I rarely use them any more! I think both of those work on Windoze…
CD-TEXT is not embedded in the files, unless you use DDP creator or the like.
It is all so simple on a Mac, which is all I know. Call me stupid, but a stupid professional!* :-) Roxio Toast will also add CD TEXT from the filename or manual, but not from metadata.
(* as distict from professionally stupid)
Lou Judson * Intuitive Audio
I'm just a simple sound engineer, nothing more, nothing less.
-- paraphrase of the Dalai Lama.
> On Jul 29, 2021, at 10:22 AM, Richard L. Hess via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com> wrote:
> It's been a while for me, too, but I seem to remember I enter the song title within Samplitude and that adds it to the WAV file, so everything downstream uses it.
> So, perhaps adding metadata to the original file is the way to go.
> I think I can load the WAV file and burn it without other metadata.
> Also, when I extract CD tracks from the WAV file I can pre-pend track numbers AND the file name is the song title I had entered via Samplitude.
> I don't know if your software works this way, but it's worth a try.
> On 2021-07-28 11:08 p.m., Jim Brown via ProAudio wrote:
>> I'm editing in Reaper and Rendering to CUE/BIN. I see something in manual for Rendering about "embedding metadata." I've not been ticking that box -- should I? I thought that what I'm trying to burn for titles was done from the .cue file as part of the burning process. Is the text from the cue file considered metadata? And I really don't understand what I see in the manual about it. I'm looking at 21.2.2 in the pdf manual.
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