Shhh. BoSkin and minix will skin you alive
Not this time. :bigsmile:
He didn't say Nero was better than Feurio!
And I don't mind saying that RMS normalization in Nero could be a nice feature not available in Feurio... (I haven't tried it).
Originally posted by Feersum Endjinn
Then Feurio! by far.
I've seen so many stupid bugs in Nero...
*Which allows me to edit the silence between tracks
Its Track Editor is the fastest, and you only have to use the "Set start/end position" to point the start or end of tracks.
With Nero and most other programs you can't do it reliably. They haven't options to allow seamless music if the tracks aren't extracted from CD.
*Which can balance out the volume so all tracks have the same level
Nero has RMS normalization.
Feurio has normalization based on peaks if you want to do it automatically ("Adjust Amplitude" in Track Editor), and very nice manual volume settings in Wave Player also (I do it manually).
Preferably drag&drop from music folders in one pane to CD project in another (like Roxio...)
Yes, "Hard Disk" tab in Copy Source or drag and drop from windows explorer.
Easy to use
Then that unreliable Roxio program
Feurio demo is unrrestricted, so try and decide. If you find something better, then tell us, because I'd like to know it...
Â¿Freeware? Probably BAO, I guess.
Does Nero open Cue sheets based on MP3?
With Feurio you can hear and edit comfortably those CUE images.