Although I have a CD-RW drive, I want to burn some audio CD’s that that I will use just to convert to MP3’s. This process will take longer than I would like if I use real CD-R’s or especially CD-RW’s. I know that most burner software will burn an image file, and that you cd access this image file with other software to make it look like a virtual CD-ROM.
My problem is that I have to burn from another application program that does not make image files. So what I need is a Virtual CD-RW, so I can fool the application into thinking it is burning a CW when it is really writing to a virtual image on the Hard Drive.
Does anybody know of any software that I can use for this purpose. Not a virtual CD-ROM but a virtual CD-RW?