Discussion in 'Recording' started by a33, Mar 27, 2004.
TAO (Track at once) rather than DAO (disk at once) What does the difference meen to the user?
To be red book compliant you must burn disc at once.
If you are going to have your stuff replicated or duplicated it has to be in the red book format complete with PQ codes for the CD player. If you are burning Track at Once it will most likely playback on your computer and may playback on a CD player but it cannot be mass produced.
Hope this helps.
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