CD Track Intervals

  laurie53 17:52 11 Feb 2008
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I'm compiling some tracks into a CD, and my software is asking me to set the track interval, in milliseconds.

To be honest I don't know my millseconds from a hole in the ground, so what's a normal track interval?

Too long and my player will think work is over and go to sleep, too short and normal breaks become a new track.

Would appreciate some ball park guide.

  eedcam 18:19 11 Feb 2008

Do you have the choice of track at once or disc at once if so read this .One normally never chooses the Gap size
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  laurie53 19:24 11 Feb 2008

Since these are mp3 tracks they record as data, and therefore they record as one continuous track.

This would appear to be a normal option, the software, Replay A/V, is a fairly well known one, and I am using an up to date version.

  MCE2K5 14:30 12 Feb 2008

1000 millisecond = 1 second.

You could try somewhere between 900 and 1500.

  laurie53 20:22 12 Feb 2008

Thanks MCE2K5

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