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petersruby

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I am having a problem burning "Disc at Once" (no gaps between tracks) when using Nero. When I specify Disc at Once and make sure the pause for each track is set at 0, I get an error that says "You have chosen to burn Disc At Once, but the current compilation contains tracks that can not be prepared quickly enough to achieve uninterrupted writing. Burn Track At Once Instead?"

Anyone ever get this, and how can I avoid it?

I am trying to burn WAVs that are on my hard drive, to CD with out any gaps (as this is a live show, and don't want that gap or hiccup in between tracks). I was able to burn these exact same WAVs DAO with Roxio. So I don't know why Nero won't let me.

Thanks for any help.
 
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There is conversion that has to be done between regular wave and CDA wave needed for an audio CD. Have you tried making an image on the hard drive of the entire group converted to CDA with no gaps and then burn that to CD?
 

petersruby

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No my files have already been converted (shn files to wavs) using a converter. Now I want to burn these wavs onto a disc. I did correctly (with no gaps) burn these wavs using Roxio, but for some reason Nero won't let me. Thanks for the suggestions. I haven't tried making an image though, so I'll have to figure that out.
 
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