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DiscJuggler Professional Edition

     On the audio end of the CD spectrum, DiscJuggler has many features for CD-Audio [CD-DA] duplication, extraction, pre-mastering, and mixing. The duplication procedure is accurate and straight-forward. Extraction to WAV, MP3 or even Windows Media is fast and simple. Here's a quick run-down of the audio features and what they can do for you:

CD-DA duplication is straight-forward with the Copy CDs and DVDs from the same burner task. Support for PQ (index points and variable gap size), R-W (CD+G/Karaoke CD) subcode data, and on-the-fly audio stream resynchronization gives you more towards making a perfect copy. It's a bit for bit duplication process.

CD-DA extraction is simple with the Create MP3s, WMAs, WAVs, and CD compilations task. After optional CD information look up (using CDDB) the tracks can be dragged over for pending encoding to MP3, WAV, or WMA file types.

CD-DA pre-mastering is possible by using the Create new CDs task to drag your favorite MP3, WAV, or WMA files to the blank disc waiting to be burned.

CD-DA mixing from multiple audio CDs is possible through the Create MP3s, WMAs, WAVs, and CD compilations task. Using only one CD-R drive, you can drag multiple tracks from multiple discs pending for mastering to a blank disc. You will be prompted to insert all of the source discs while the CD Image file is created and then for a blank disc when DiscJuggler is ready to burn your compilation disc.

CD+G (Karaoke) tracks can be duplicated, extracted, and even mixed because of DiscJuggler's capabilities to read and write R-W subcode data. Duplicating, extracting, and mixing a Karaoke disc is not too different from a CD-DA, but tutorials are avaiable for a step-by-step walkthrough. Please browse the drive list to check on a drive's CD+G capability, or check call Technical Support by e-mail for drive recommendations for the best CD+G results.

CDDB is brought to you by the kindred spirits at freedb.org. CDDB is a database used to look up CD information through the Internet. Once this is accomplished, all the tracks on the CD-DA have been given the correct information, so that information will exist in the information tags and names of encoded MP3 or WMA files.




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