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I have no problem making an audio CD that can play in any CD player. I have no problem making a data CD that that can be used by any computer.

What I'd like to do is make an audio CD, and have the option when the user puts it into their computer, they can access a folder with some data files (jpg, pdf), yet the CD should still be able to play music tracks in any regular CD player.

Can I do this with my native mac programs?

Do I need a third party program?

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I do not think this is possible

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I know it can be done with DVDs through programs such as DVD Studio Pro, I was hoping there was a program like that for CDs...

Some type of CD-ROM program maybe? Director?
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DVD's are different than Audio CD's because DVD players only have to Access the Video_TS and Audio_TS folders, anything else it doesn't care about. Audio CD's only access AIFF files

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