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    marking tracks - DVD / CD

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    Question marking tracks - DVD / CD
    I just bought an Edirol R-09 digital recorder. I'm not having trouble recording or loading music to my Mac but I do need to figure out how to mark tracks (without gaps between songs) before transferring to CDR. Same with DVDs. How do I mark tracks?

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    marking tracks - DVD / CD
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    You can use iMovie to make chapters, and then export to iDVD to burn.

    Usually if you just use iTunes to burn a CD it will separate your songs into tracks automatically. Maybe I misunderstand what you are trying to do.

    Brian

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    marking tracks - DVD / CD

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    The source recordings have no tracks marked. They are live recordings (audio & video). I want to be able to go directly to a track...not fast forward / rewind haphazardly...or maybe even upload an individual track to YouTube, etc.

    Steve

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