Currently Being ModeratedSep 2, 2013 12:26 AM (in response to Walter Wedler)
>>How Names Are Handled in WaveBurner
There are four name types in WaveBurner: the audio filename, region name, track name, and CD-Text track title name. You might expect a connection between the track title shown in the CD Tracks list and the Title field of the Inspector’s CD-Text window. These are separate entities, as you may want to use an alternate entry for CD-Text, which is shown on the displays of some CD players. As an example, you may wish to differentiate between a concert (live) version of a particular track, and the studio version.<<
Notice: .....some CD players......
Because sometime it works and sometime it doesn't.
Anyways you handle cd-text on the left side where all the mastering info goes.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 2, 2013 7:47 AM (in response to kcstudio)
Thanks kcstudio for replying.
But I figuered out the 2 separate track-text, CD-text right away. Not my problem, unless one is conected to what I need. Like I said above I need the track-tile to match the audio file name after WaveBurner burned the CD.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 2, 2013 9:04 AM (in response to Walter Wedler)
Walter Wedler wrote:
Like I said above I need the track-tile to match the audio file name after WaveBurner burned the CD.
Walter, I totaly agree, but I'm afraid this idiosynchrasy is by design and since it is an EOL application we'll have to come to terms with this matter of fact.
I do at least, because I realy loathe all other available alternatives.
Have a nice day!