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From reading all this, what seems to be the case is that ImgBurn "supports" CD-TEXT only if you punch it in yourself. I don't create audio CDRs just to play them but to catalog my very large music collection (into Music Collector), which means that despite ImgBurn's "support" of CD-TEXT, it's easier for me to dub my songs onto CDRs (from wax, vinyl, tape or whatever) from some simpler burner like the one offered by NCH and then punch them into my catalog program myself. Why did you guys include this feeble version of CD-TEXT in this otherwise powerful program, anyway?

 

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It can’t pluck the info out of thin air.

The choices are...

1. Read it from tags in the file
2. Use the file name
3. Use what you type in

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