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Using Toast 5.2, OS 9.2.2 on an iBook with an external FireWire burner. Is there any way to add a couple of seconds worth of recording time to a blank CD? I've got audio tracks that add up to 80:00 exactly with no gaps between tracks except for the obligatory two-second gap prior to the first track. Every blank CD I've tried to record this audio onto tells me I need more sectors. Is there any way I can squeeze a couple more seconds out of a blank CD using Toast? Or is there another burning option I can use, ...

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    Default Any way to add a couple of secs to blank CD?

    Using Toast 5.2, OS 9.2.2 on an iBook with an external FireWire
    burner.

    Is there any way to add a couple of seconds worth of recording time to
    a blank CD? I've got audio tracks that add up to 80:00 exactly with no
    gaps between tracks except for the obligatory two-second gap prior to
    the first track.

    Every blank CD I've tried to record this audio onto tells me I need
    more sectors.

    Is there any way I can squeeze a couple more seconds out of a blank CD
    using Toast? Or is there another burning option I can use, given my
    setup?
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    H.B. Elkins -- Beattyville, KY
    http://www.millenniumhwy.net hbelkins(at)mis.net

    "There's no doubt he's the best race driver in the world."
    --Dale Jarrett, on the late Dale Earnhardt

    Go Big Blue (Kentucky Wildcats)! Go #15 (Michael Waltrip, NAPA Chevy)!

    Vote Ernie Fletcher for Governor of Kentucky! http://www.fletcher2003.com

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    Default Re: Any way to add a couple of secs to blank CD?

    In article <newsguy.com>, H.B. Elkins
    <mis.net> wrote:
     

    You need a program that supports overburning. Also, your drive must
    support it, but most do.

    Try this:

    <http://www.projectomega.org/subcat.php?lg=en&php=products_firestarter>

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    Jerry Kindall, Seattle, WA <http://www.jerrykindall.com/>

    When replying by e-mail, use plain text ONLY to make sure I read it.
    Due to spam and viruses, I filter all mail with HTML or attachments.
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    Default Re: Any way to add a couple of secs to blank CD?

    In article <newsguy.com>, H.B. Elkins
    <mis.net> wrote:
     

    If your FireWire drive is one supported by cdrdao, you might be able to
    use it with OverBurn turned on.

    --
    Spenser
    sbt Guest

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    Default Re: Any way to add a couple of secs to blank CD?

    Jerry Kindall <invalid> wrote:
     

    That's an OS X app. Any OS 9 solutions?


    +++++++++++++++++++++++++
    H.B. Elkins -- Beattyville, KY
    http://www.millenniumhwy.net hbelkins(at)mis.net

    "There's no doubt he's the best race driver in the world."
    --Dale Jarrett, on the late Dale Earnhardt

    Go Big Blue (Kentucky Wildcats)! Go #15 (Michael Waltrip, NAPA Chevy)!

    Vote Ernie Fletcher for Governor of Kentucky! http://www.fletcher2003.com

    To reply, just remove the restrictorplates...
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    H.B. Guest

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    Default Re: Any way to add a couple of secs to blank CD?

    In article <newsguy.com>, H.B. Elkins
    <mis.net> wrote:
     
    >
    > That's an OS X app. Any OS 9 solutions?[/ref]

    Whoops, sorry. Searching for "overburn" in VersionTracker yields only
    the Mac OS X application. I seem to recall that Ahead did make a
    version of Nero for Mac OS 9, though, and I think it does support
    overburning. It doesn't look as though it it still supported, though.

    --
    Jerry Kindall, Seattle, WA <http://www.jerrykindall.com/>

    When replying by e-mail, use plain text ONLY to make sure I read it.
    Due to spam and viruses, I filter all mail with HTML or attachments.
    Jerry Guest

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