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Old 19th January 2003, 23:32   #1  |  Link
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Burn Problem

Iīve passed the audio of an DVD Concert into Wav. Iīve next slipt the tracks using CDWAV. But now while burning as this is a live concert after the end of every music i get a sound cut, by other words it doesnīt go in a continuous way.
Can anyone help me by telling how to go around this using NERO?!
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Select all the tracks in Nero and right click/ properties.
Set the pause to 0 (default is 2 seconds)

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nero says that my recorder canīt do that. What now? I have a Plextor 16/10/40 A and a Pioneer DVD-R A04. This doesnīt work with non of them.
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Make sure you are burning DAO (disc-at-once)
Track at once will add the gaps also.

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