It should be pretty straightforward, don’t think you’ll have any problems, as long as those mp3 files are not DRM protected at least, since CDBurnerXP does not support converting DRM protected audio files.[/QUOTE]
I started the process and checked out the help link. The only thing I am confused/unclear about is the choices between gapless disc (“Disc at Once”) vs. pause between each track (“Track at Once”). Does gapless means it will create the album as a single track? For instance, I have an album of 14 tracks I want to convert, will these apear as only 1 48 min. track on the CD I create?
What I do not like about the pause idea (and correct me if I am wrong in my assumption) is that is might cut the music if a track sort of fades and mixes into another track on the album. I’d hate to create silence on an album where there should not be any. On the other hand, if creating a gapless disc means I’ll have to forgo the convenience of being able to skip tracks, that would suck too.
So please let me know if my assumptions are right. Then, if I go to advanced settings, can I create the ideal CD I am looking for: an album with out forced gaps that you still have parsed into tracks. And one burn options I should select to create this kind of CD. Should I check “Cache FIles locally,” “Simulate bruning process,” “Use buffer protection” (it is checked off as default in “burn options”) and/or “FInalize Disc” (also has a default check).
Sorry, do let me know.