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I'm having a problem saving disc titles with certain discs.

On CD's I burn, my machines (I have 3 of them) read them as "CD Text Discs" & after I type in the titles or artists, after a minute it goes away. I use a late version of Roxio to burn the discs. Here I tried filling in all disc information like track title & time, artist name, & album title, and I still can't get them to save this information. When I load a commercially purchased CD I have no problems. Is this something that can be fixed, or am I going to have to live with this. Otherwise this CD changer great that I store and play my CD's al in the same place, but I need to know what is where. Thank you for any help you can give me.....Greg Solook

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  • w0nderb0y Jan 06, 2009

    I'm burning my discs as audio discs in MP3 format.....Greg

  • w0nderb0y Jan 08, 2009

    I did manually add all disc info, and finalized them. They play fine, but the machine just isn't saving the info I'm entering....Greg

  • Brandon Buck May 11, 2010

    Are you burning your cds as audio discs or data discs?

    If, data, what format? e.i. .mp3, .wav, etc.


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When you produce your cd's you need to manually enter the title, production date etc. before burning them. Otherwise the disc will have nothing for the player to read. Also, if your mp3 files have corrupted ID3v2 tags then the name, artist, etc. will not show up. Roxio has a tag editor utility. Another thing that sometimes causes players trouble is unfinalized discs. If you are not finalizing, do so.

Good luck,
BB

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