Saturday, September 26, 2009

How To Make Mixed Mode CD

A Mixed Mode CD is a CD with different formats in a single session. A data track is followed by one or more audio tracks (e.g. a soundtrack with PC games). You can play the audio part of the disc in your audio CD player or car stereo.

achtung2 FYI: You can only burn a Mixed Mode CD in Nero Burning ROM!

Click on Make Mixed Mode CD in Nero StartSmart.

Click the (Audio) button to add audio files into the Audio section of the CD compilation.

Browse for the audio files you want to use and highlight them.

Drag the audio files to the left compilation window into the Audio section.

Click the (Data) button to add data files into the Data section of the CD compilation.

Browse for the data files you want to use and highlight them.

Drag the data files to the left compilation window into the Data section.

Click the (Burn) button to select the final burn settings
You have numerous options to configure the CD and set the burn settings (Label, Dates, CDA Options, Misc).

Refer to the Nero Burning ROM manual for further details.

Select the write speed and click the Burn button to start the burning process.

Nero will open the following window if it does not detect a blank CD-R or CD-RW medium in the recorder drive
Insert a blank disc. Nero will detect the disc and will start the burning process automatically. (Do not click the Cancel button!)

Follow the status of the burning process in this window:

(1) Used read buffer

Indicates the current buffer level. Nero temporarily writes the buffer files on the hard drive during the burning process.

(2) Process status

Progress bar of the burning process.

(3) Buffer Level

Indicates the buffer level of the recorder.

The burning process has been completed successfully.

Click the OK button to continue.

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