Originally posted by minix
[B]Then, it's normal.
MP3 files contain a small silence at the beginning and end of files.
You have to manually delete it, and then burn with something like Feurio, Samplitude, Sequoia. (Nero will cut the end of your hard work because the files won't be multiple of a CD-DA sector).
To delete the silences, I use Feurio Track Editor also. You have to decode to WAV and use "Set start position" and "Set end position" ("Action" menu) to delete the silence.
Search the forum for "MP3 pauses".
So I have to delete the small silences in MP3 before decoding them to WAV files, right?
And the only way to burn a continous disc is using Feurio, Samplitude, Sequoia, etc. But NOT nero.
By the way, where can I get it?