[QUOTE=CDan;2250021]Repeating: You can’t. CD-Audio is limited by specification to 74 min per disc. Total the amount of time from all discs and divide by 74, that’s how many discs you wind up with.
If you want to rip the discs to individual tracks, use any CD ripping tool, there are many. To burn CD-Audio discs from those tracks, your Roxio should be adequate.[/QUOTE]
Actually that standard was superceeded.
the current standard 702Mb CD-R it will take a few seconds less than 80min. 79min 54.77 Seconds to be exact.
I haven’t seen a 74min 650mb CD-R offered for sale anywhere for
a long, long time (as such things go)
As pressed CD’s go while not many go over the old standard of 74minutes some do.
Particularly some of the more recent “greatest hits” compilations
The industry is concerned with “back compatibility” on some older
players that have difficulty reading the outboard edge of the disc, but as time goes on those concerns for backward compatibility become moot.