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AVS Disc Creator
AVS Disc Creator
Current Version:
Release Date:  07/19/2019
File Size:
112.71 MB

Creating Audio CDs

The Create Audio CD task is used to write audio files in .cda format to CD.

Create Audio CD window

To access the Express Menu of the Create Audio CD task, you should click the right mouse button. The menu consists of the following items:

Express Menu

  • Add Files... - select this option to load audio files to the program;
  • Delete File/Delete All - use this option to delete file(s) from the Files List Area (similar to the Delete Files button at the bottom of the window);
  • Select All - choose this option to highlight all the items in the Files List Area;
  • Invert Selection - select the option to highlight all other files except the highlighted one;
  • Settings - use this option to adjust settings for disc burning (similar to the Settings... button at the bottom of the window);
  • Erase - choose the option to erase the inserted disc, if it's not empty (similar to the Erase... button at the bottom of the window);
  • Start Burning! - select this option to begin the burning process (similar to the Start Burning! button at the bottom of the window).

You can perform this task just in a few steps:

  1. First you should load audio files to the application clicking the Add Files button.

    You can import files in any format, so they will be converted to .cda before disc burning. To do that press the Add Files button, in the opened window select the necessary file and click the Add button or right-click the file and choose the Add option in the Express Menu or drag and drop it to the Files List Area.

    After importing the audio files you want to write to CD you can make sure if all the files will fit to the disc using the Disc Size Meter that is situated in the lower part of the Create Audio CD task window.

  2. Then you can locate the imported audio files in a certain sequence by using the Track Up and Track Down buttons. With every button-click you can place the highlighted track upper or lower in the list depending on the button you press.

  3. If your CD that you'd like to use for burning files onto is not empty, you can erase all the data from it using the Erase button in the lower part of the current task interface.

  4. In the dropdown list at the top you can select the disc drive you need.

  5. You can also adjust burning settings pressing the Settings button at the bottom of the window.

    Burning Options window

Speed Possible recording speeds for this drive and disc.
Cache data Tick this option to copy data that you want to write from some distant source (such as network, flash cards, optical discs, etc.) to a temporary folder on your hard disk drive to shorten the average access time to the data. Clicking the Browse button you can select a temporary folder on your HDD where the data will be copied to. After that the path to it will be displayed in the Folder for Cache field.
Disc-at-once It's a mode that masters the disc contents in one pass. Select it if you want to write a high quality audio CD.
Track-at-once That's a recording mode where a recording laser stops after each track is finished. This option can be useful for burning multisession discs.
  1. Select the number of disc copies, which you would like to create, in the Copy Count field.

  2. Then press the Start Burning! button. If the disc you inserted contains some data, the program will offer you to erase it. If the disc is empty, the imported audio files will be directly converted to .cda format and written to the disc you inserted.

Download AVS Disc Creator Current Version: Size: 112.71 MB

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