As nobody could help for with my problem, I assume it must be a bug in the Nero SDK. Here comes the bug description :
Creating a larger than standard 2 sec. gap before the first track of an audio CD, will give a wrong result. So the first track will always start at sector 0 (MSF 0:2:0)…
This is on using NERO_WRITE_CD and on NERO_WRITE_FREESTYLE_CD.
I know that having a larger gap before the first track is non-standard, but as many original CDs have them and most writers support writing them (but most Sonys), it would be nice to be able to write them (cloning freedb compatible audio CDs).
So perhaps it is not exactly a bug report, but a huge feature request. On the other side, if you tell that the first track should be 1000 blocks and the pregap should be 300 blocks (instead of 150), the result will be a 150 blocks gap and a first track which is 1150 in size…
Will this be fixed (and approximately when)?