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Building an image off of audio files from hdd ?


machser
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Hi,

I'm just stuck and can't figure out the right way...

I would like to build an audio cd image from audio files, but I don't want them to be written to a cd immediately.

I just played around to get that working, but I only get the option to write the resulting cue file to a blank cd and not as an image...

Is that possible with ImgBurn overall ? I can't find the right setting for it...

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I would like to build an audio cd image from audio files, but I don't want them to be written to a cd immediately.

 

Is this what you want?

 

1) Click "Mode"

2) Click "Ez-Mode picker"

3) Click "Create image file from files/folders"

4) Drag the file(s)/folder(s) to ImageBurn as you would normally do.

5) Click to build as you normally would, and it will prompt you to tell it where to save the .iso (image file).

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That's not an Audio CD image, it's audio files in a data image.

 

Forgive me for not understanding- I tried to Google "Audio CD Image", but could not find a definition of it.

What exactly is it? :unsure:

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Thanx for your answers!

 

@Peru: That's what I did in the first place but resultng in what Lightning_UK said (Data Image). But as always try before cry.

 

@Lightning_UK:

Would it be possible to integrate that feature (create an audio cd image from audio files on harddisk) anytime soon ?

If you're wondering why something like to have that, it would be of help to test the created cd-image for any errors before burning.

 

What library or algorythm did you integrate for audiofile-conversion to cd-format ? Or different, do you know in which category the audio converison quality of imgburn's is fitting to ? Just wondering if they have mastering quality or not...

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