How do I burn a CD with track names?

How do I burn a CD with track names?

Click on “Library” again and find the songs you want to burn. Right-click on each of them and choose “Add to Burn List.” Click on the “Start Burn” button at the lower right corner of the window to burn the audio CD with the corresponding track information.

How do I put a CD-Text on a CD?

How to Add/update CD-Text on Audio CD

  1. Step 1: How to Add CD-Text to an Audio CD Compilation?
  2. Step 3: Fire Up ImgBurn and Choose the [Create Image File From Disc] Icon As Shown.
  3. Step 4: Set the Source, Destination, and Reading Speed.
  4. Step 5: Start the Process.
  5. Step 8: Write Image File to Disc.

How do you edit text on a CD?

There is one pane of fields for the disc itself and a pane for each track. To open the CD-Text Editor dialog, in the CD window, select the track for which you want to edit the CD-Text, and select Functions > Edit CD-Text.

What audio formats are supported by CDBurnerXP?

Currently M3U, M3U8 ( UTF-8 encoded M3U files) and WPL (Windows Media Player) playlists are supported. You can add Cue sheets to audio discs, just as you can add playlists (see above). CDBurnerXP will automatically split audio files according to the information in the CUE file and add them to the compilation.

How do I use the burn options in CDBurnerXP?

Here is a list of all burn options you may encounter when using CDBurnerXP. Most of them you can find in the burn dialog which opens when you press (for example) the burn button in toolbar and then choose Let me choose advanced settings . Use the drop down list to choose the burning speed, between those available.

Can I burn mp3 files on a CD player?

Depending on the playing device, other formats like WMA or OGG might also be supported. Some CD players might not support the UDF file system, so you should use the ISO/Joliet file system for burning MP3 discs (Disc > File system in the menu).

What are the audio CD Burn options?

The Audio CD burn options dialog is different. Most of the options though are as described above. If you use TAO, there will be a two-second gap between all tracks. If you use DAO you get a “gapless” disc and you can add CD-Text information. The same as Cache compilation before burn. All files you burn will be saved on your hard disc temporarily.