[ProAudio] No Titles
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Thu Jul 29 09:39:47 PDT 2021
If you use DDP Creator you won't need imgburn. DDP Creator will author
and burn perfect audio CDs from individual track wav files. You enter
the disc and track CD-Text, select the gap lengths, listen to the
project, skip around to verify levels and track transitions, and burn.
Of course it will also create DDP sets for the stamping plant if you want.
One thing it does not do is create a disc image file - wish it did. If
you want that you have to create it from an already burnt disc.
It does create a "PQ" PDF file which lists all the tracks with exact
frame count (and minutes/seconds) of the entire CD.
On 7/28/2021 11:08 PM, Jim Brown via ProAudio wrote:
> On 7/21/2021 1:38 PM, Steve Maki via ProAudio wrote:
>> In case you can't get IMGBurn to do CD Text, I can confirm that DDP
>> Creator does CD Text beautifully; I always include CD Text on my CD's.
>> One enters the text for each track from within the program, rather
>> than from a cue file.
> Must CDText be entered from within both ImgBurn and DDP Creator? I've
> not used the text editor in ImgBurn, thinking that it should pick up the
> info from the .cue file. But it doesn't. I just downloaded the cheap
> Roxio program, with the same result. To the .cue generated by Reaper,
> I've added lines for Title and Performer in Notepad, but nothing got
> 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.
> Excuse the ignorant questions -- it's been close to 20 years since I
> last edited and burned CDs of my live recordings. and I suspect that
> might have been before metadata was standardized. I was using a
> workstation in a tower that ran NT, editing with SAW software. I
> remember generating my own cue sheets, but without titles.
> Thanks and 73, Jim
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