I'm trying to cut down on the amount of time it takes to burn an audio CD. Why does the CD burning software have to write the wav file that I want to burn to a temporary folder first? Is there a way to get around this? My files are already the right spec and everything for burning to Audio CD.
What burning software are you using?
I'm trying out a bunch of them now, trying to find a good one. In Cheetah CD Burner, on their support page for the settings, it says:
"For audio CDs, all audio tracks are cached prior to writing."
Give this one a try:
ImgBurn is good software, but it's not practical for this because there's too many steps. You have to create a cue sheet and all that... I'll try Burrrn, thanks!
Burrrn's great (for burning audio CDs from music files). It's my preferred software for that purpose.