Hi hope somebody out there can help me. searched the forum could not find this answer. Need very specific feature in a burning program. I have access to audio spoken word CDâ€™s ripped to my hard drive in mp3 format using Cdex, at voice quality setting for max CD capacity. Some of these books can run to 15 CDs. so I rip each disc to a folder named disc 1, 2 etc as one complete file. I split this down into 9 tracks using cool mp3 splitter. I use this method for two reasons. 1) Nero, latest version, sorts tracks alphabetically and numerically I tend to use track numbers 01 02 03 etc. if I use track numbers from CD, Nero will force-re-sort of songs as follows 01-10-11-12-13-etc then 2 to 9, no good for audio books. 2) By using folders I can have two or three different audio books on 1 mp3 CD to play in car. Using Nero burning as data CD I can burn complete folders, using Nero express I can do the same. Problem is I have a two-second gap between each track that I would like to remove. I know you can remove the gap in wav format in nero but not mp3?. I tried feurio removes the gap, played fine within the program but I was unable to set up folders. Also tried a few other freeware burners non-fitted the above. Anybody out there run into the same problem and found a solution, any suggestions gratefully accepted.
why not use an audio editing program to combine all the mp3s into a wav, then convert the wav back to mp3 and burn as one file. If you absolutly want the tracks separated that is a bit harder. When you burn a data cd in nero, you don’t have any control over the gaps in between the data tracks.
What you could do is a use a program that can burn bin and cue files, such as fireburner, and edit the cue sheet to have no gaps in between the tracks.
Would be a bit more work, but i think if done properly, you won’t have any gaps.
Search the forum for info on editing cue sheets and burning bin and cue files.