Old 30-07-2003   #1
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ISRC Viewer?

Does anybody know good software for viewing the ISRC numbers on CDs?

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Old 30-07-2003   #2
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Feurio does it. (CD-ROM menu).
And I guess that EAC or Nero also show ISRC codes (at least they can burn them).
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nero does not show them,it just reads them when copying but this is not selected by default.
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hey guys, plz tell me wot the isrc code is exactly...thanks
i already heard lots about it, but wot is it for and wot's it's use..
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What is the ISRC?


The ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) is the international identification system for sound recordings and music videorecordings. Each ISRC is a unique and permanent identifier for a specific recording which can be permanently encoded into a product as its digital fingerprint. Encoded ISRC provide the means to automatically identify recordings for royalty payments.

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) recommends that all music producers use ISRC.

Benefits of using ISRC



The ISRC system is the key to royalty collection for recordings in the digital information age.


ISRC is a unique, reliable, international identification system.
ISRC provides a unique tool for the purpose of rights administration.
ISRC is a useful identification tool in the electronic distribution of music.
ISRC coding is compatible with standards developed in the field of consumer electronics and is readable by hardware already used in the recording industry.
ISRC is cost effective - it can be put into operation without requiring special investment in equipment or technologies.

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http://www.google.com/search?q=ISRC+code

http://www.feurio.de/English/faq/faq_vocable_isrc.shtml

http://www.ifpi.org/isrc/


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nero does not show them,it just reads them
well, it's Nero... so I'm not surprised
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thanks for the info!!
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