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Old 2014-03-12, 10:47 AM
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Talking Burning FLAC, text, md5, etc. files to CD?

I want to burn everything to a cd-r. Not as a data disc, but for playback. I know you put the FLAC files in a .cue file, but how do you put in the text file, the md5 file, an ffp file, artwork, etc. and burn it on the disc too? I'm using Imgburn, but should I be using better software?

I've never burnt a cd-r before, just DVD's and Blu-Ray's lol. I'm sure if I keep searching, i'll find the answer, but i'll probably figure it out quicker if someone could give me the solution.
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Old 2014-03-12, 12:41 PM
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Re: Burning FLAC, text, md5, etc. files to CD?

If you are burning an audio CD, then you cannot keep the other files on the same disc. The only way to have all those files together is to burn a data disc.
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Old 2014-03-12, 12:58 PM
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Re: Burning FLAC, text, md5, etc. files to CD?

It's possible, have a look here: http://voices.yahoo.com/how-burn-aud...80.html?cat=59
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Re: Burning FLAC, text, md5, etc. files to CD?

You can do this in linux quite easily using k3b. Not sure that that helps you though....

CDBurnerXP (freeware) will do it in Windows - google mixed mode cd burning

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Old 2014-03-12, 06:41 PM
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Re: Burning FLAC, text, md5, etc. files to CD?

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You can do this in linux quite easily using k3b. Not sure that that helps you though....
Or if you're a command line junkie you could use cdrecord or cdrdao:
http://verplant.org/cdextra.shtml
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Re: Burning FLAC, text, md5, etc. files to CD?

I stand corrected! I guess it's been a long time since I burned an audio CD and I didn't realize you could do it with the other files on the same disc!
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