The Utilities > Burn Audio CD command opens the Audio CD Burner dialog box. Use this command to burn your tracks to an audio CD. Tracks must meet the following criteria:The Audio CD Burner dialog box has the following controls:
Track List. The main area of the window is the track list. The tracks comprise the sounds that will be written (burned) to an audio CD. Each track is contained on its own line.
Add Track. Browse to your local file system and add a new track to the list. All Audio Tracks must be stereo .wav files with a sample rate of 44,100 Hz, and a bit depth of 16. New tracks will go at the end of the list but can be moved anywhere. After a track is added, its size is added to the Space Used field, and subtracted from the Space Available field.
Move Up / Down. Move the selected item(s) up or down in the track list order.
Delete Track. Remove a track from the list.
Target Drive. The Target Drive specifies the CD writing device to be used. The program scans your system to locate all available CD writing devices. Click on the arrow next to the drive letter to refresh the Target Drive. This process will verify if a blank CD has been placed in the drive. Once the blank CD has been verified, the available CD capacity is listed below the Track List.
Burn CD. Verifies, performs a layout of the tracks and writes the current track list to CD medium in the selected drive. After the disk is completed, the disk is ejected from the drive.
Test Burn. Verifies, performs a layout of the tracks and simulates burning the current track list to CD.
Cancel Burn. This button appears when either Burn CD or Test Burn has been selected. It causes the current operation to be aborted.Figure 616. The Audio CD Burner dialog box.
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