burning a multi-session disk

  Legolas 13:51 16 May 2003
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Can you burn a multi-session audio disk that will play in a normal cd player?

  woodchip 14:05 16 May 2003

Do not think so, it as to close the files you burned

  woodchip 14:08 16 May 2003

PS I think that if you are using East CD creator you can close but it will open the CD back up if you want to burn more tracks

  Legolas 14:37 16 May 2003

I tried burning a multisession but it will not play in a normal cd player so I suppose the answer is no.

  rabadubdub 15:03 16 May 2003

can burn multisession to play in normal cdplayer, but not until you finalize CD. So you can't listen until all sessions are done. Having said that, I haven't used this function yet so can only repeat their claims.

Rab

  Legolas 16:38 16 May 2003

rabadubdub thanks for the responce I remember reading that somewhere now you mention it, will give it a go.

  Legolas 16:38 16 May 2003

rabadubdub thanks for the response I remember reading that somewhere now you mention it, will give it a go.

  Legolas 16:39 16 May 2003

posted twice trying to correct my spelling 'responce'for goodness sake.

  woodchip 16:56 16 May 2003

That's what I said above, but used wrong words as I could not remember but I have used it on CD's

  Legolas 17:13 16 May 2003

woodchip your right the reply you gave does say the same I did'nt read it properly another of my faults, elves are beginning to look less than perfect these days lol

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