why is it when i copied 1 track of music from my pc to a cd-r disc does it not allow me to copy further tracks later, when there is plenty of room left on the disc? This seems a totol waste of e cd. Is there no way round this?
Hello - Burning 1 track at a time is very wasteful anyway as everytime you create a part of a multisession burn the prog has to write a lead in and lead out which devours disc space. If you can prepare a compilation before burning you will be able to use less multisession sessions and store more tracks.
It all depends on how you are wanting to play your finished CD. If it's to play on your PC then create the CD as a Data disc and do not Close/Finalise until the CD is full. This will create a multi-session CD so take note of the comments above. If you are wanting to play the CD on your Hi-Fi system then you will need to save the tracks on your hard drive until you have enough to fill the CD and then burn as a Music/Audio CD. This doen't allow leaving the track Open because burning for Hi-Fi systems has to be done in a single session because the players don't understand multi-session. This situation may have changed for the latest Hi-Fi systems that play MP3s etc. but since I don't have one of these I can't comment on them.
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