Spliting Cd Tracks

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alfiegeorge

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does anybody know how i can split a full concert into two cd,s as concert is much to long for one cd:confused:
 
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Take full CD out between songs and put in the other?????

I'm not really sure I understand the question.

Randall
 
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i once used a software called dvd cutter.

it capture a portion of the video specified by you and cut into pieces. this is very useful when you want to save a particular scene from a movie.
see that works or not
 
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You guys are really confusing me, but that's an easy thing to do.
I don't know as much as a lot of you and these comments/ questions are to help me learn, so I'm not being a wise guy.

My joke earlier was meant to get some more information.

It sounds like he's recording a concert (illegal?) on a different medium, initially, other than CD.

Why does he need software? Just stop playing his previous recording between songs, and put another CD in the burner.

Your comments would be appreciated to aid in my learning process.

Thanks, y'all.
Randall
 
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Randy: Recording CD's with a normal CD-R drive isn't quite like recording with a tape recorder...
He needs software to chop the concert into parts which he can then burn to multiple CDs...

I used Goldwave to chop a couple concerts up into tracks, but that was only audio...

Alfie, what format is the concert in, and are you wanting both audio and video, or just audio?
 
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I'm older than most of you probably and was a bit of an audiophile. We used to do a lot of "dubbing" of sound tracks way back in BC (before computers). A device to play, and a device to record. Fade out the source with your volume control, when there's no sound, stop your recording. Pick you next track, start your recording and fade in your source. You can chop it up all you want to without software and it would sound the same as a "live concert" CD. But I realize things have changed. I just thought it could be done that way without purchasing software. Of course you would need audio equipment, but if he's recording a concert I figured he would already have that.

The good ol' days.

Thanks for your patience.

Randall
 
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For some reason I double posted. I edited it out but had to post something. Sorry.

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alfiegeorge

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thanks you guys for your help but i want to burn a whole audio concert on to two seperate cds the software i use at the moment will only reconise it as one long continous track so it comes up that it carnt burn as the data is too long for the cd and just rejects the whole thing.
so im going to have ago at the software mr slipe suggested thanks again you lot for all your help
hey isnt the internet such a wonderfull thing regards alfiegeorge.
 
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What file type is the concert in? mp3? Wav? But yes, try what Slipe suggested, or Goldwave, or some other wav editor, and you can easily chop the audio up into individual songs or whatever.
 
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