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Someone asked me to convert some 'ordinary' mp3 files to ISO 9660 format, level 1 or 2 for use on a Tascam recorder (cd-rw900sl).  Found the ISO option but not the mentioned 'levels'.
My OS is Win7.  I haven't used Imgburn before.
Which steps should I follow to reach the proper result (or where can a rookie find a description)?
Tnx in advance.

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No mention of 'Joliet' in the manual?

 

You may have to do a couple of test burns on a CD-RW or whatever in order to work out exactly what your player can / can't cope with.

 

The 'Levels' are on the Advanced -> Restrictions -> ISO9660 tab. The '1988' option is the most restrictive, the '1999' option is the least restrictive.

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Thank you for showing me the way, L.

Yes, Joliet is mentioned (as an alternative to iso9660).

Sent a disc to my friend and wait for the result.

Best rgds - JJ

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