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Old 01-03-01, 07:59 PM
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I thought by choosing Disc-at-Once when burning a cd you would eliminate the two second gap between tracks.

I just burned a live concert, using disc-at-once, and the two second gap is definately there. I am using Nero. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I may have done wrong?

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Well, it does in Adaptec's CD Creator.
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When using Nero there is an option to eliminate the 2 second gap in between songs. Just look carefully, it's there when you pick what type of disc to make. Look through all of the options on the audio-CD option. I need to go home and check to see exactly where it is, but I know the option exists...
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I found it. You have to double click on the track in the compilation area. From there you can specify how long the gap is.

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