I never use that function but from what I understand that is a property of the drive not software. The following is from the the Feurio! help.
Feurio Questions & Answers - Questions on CD-TEXT:
Why can’t my writer handle CD-Text?
Question: I want the create CD-TEXT CDs, why can’t Feurio!Â® do it with my writer? Couldn’t I get a new driver? Or do I need a new writer / new firmware to do this?
Answer:Basically the following applies: Theoretically every writer is capable of creating CD-TEXT CDs - but unfortunately not in practice.
The CD-TEXT data is stored in the R-W subchannels of the lead-in. (On a CD there is not only the data but also additional â€Subchannelsâ€ with control information).
Although the writers all write a lead-in and also the subchannels, most writers only write zeros in the R-W subchannels! And this can not be affected by the software!
CD-TEXT CDs can not be written unless the software can determine the data written in the R-W subchannels.
In principle it would be possible to enable EVERY Disc-at-Once capable writer to write CD-TEXT-CDs through a firmware update.
Exception: The vendor has “cast” the coding of the subchannels â€in hardwareâ€, i.e. there is no freely programmable microprocessor but the coding of the subchannel is carried out by a fixed logic-switch.
In this case you really can’t do anything from Feurio!Â®, the vendor will have to carry out a firmware update first!
From: Feurio! CD-Writer online help © by Fangmeier Systemprogrammierung