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Moving MAGIX files to a different computer.

I cannot burn CDs from my home computer where I record and edit a file with MAGIX. When I try to copy files to my thumb drive so that I can take it to work and burn the CD, I have trouble getting the file to build at the computer at work. It seems like there are files missing.

What is the best way to complete a project at home, save it to my thumb drive, and then open it and burn it at work? How do I know I have all the files that I need?

We use this program mostly to record and then make practice CDs for our music program at church. It has really made our job much easier.

Thanks for your help!
Jerene

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If magix support .iso files do an iso image of the cd you plan to burn
you'll have then a 600-700mb iso file that you have to burn at work.
of course at work your recording program should support ISO's, or you will obtain the same unusable file as you get back from your home

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How do i add music from my music file to one of the recording tracks


Generally audio editing applications can add new tracks by either dragging and dropping the music file directly on top of the program, or going to File -> Import.
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1. CONTRACT PURPOSE MAGIX grants you (the customer) a non-exclusive licence for the enclosed MAGIX product. You are granted the right to use the purchased software as well as the music and video files on a computer (with one CPU or on a multi-processor computer) or in a network under the condition that access is provided on only one network computer. If several network computers have access to the server, then a separate license is needed for each network computer (workstation). MAGIX retains ownership, copyright and other proprietary rights related to the software. You (the customer) acknowledge the licensor's ownership as well as all proprietary rights to the software, music and video files, back up copies and documentation. The buyer of the program is solely responsible for the proper contractual use of the licensed programs.

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Insert a blank, writable CD into the CD recorder.
2.
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3.
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4.
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