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  1. Burning the MDF file cannot work. In fact, CDBurnerXP only allows you to select MDS when burning an image, so I am not sure how you got to burning the MDF image.
  2. I'm not aware of any major changes in this area. If you have an issue that did not occur in any other version it would be important to know which version was still working for you. That is, if not other changes like drivers, hardware, settings or media used are to blame.
  3. I cannot answer this question since I am not the author of the burning library. I don't really think that it matters though. Some additional NULL data shouldn't matter when written nor read from disc.
  4. The are resampled. Of course, if the sampling is appropriate, the audio will not be changed other than being converted to an intermediate WAV file for burning. It does not and cannot burn directly from FLAC files.
  5. Can you show me a screenshot of your settings (drive speed drop down)? CDBurnerXP doesn't usually list unsupported drive speeds anyway. It should update the speed list whenever you change the disc.
  6. You can vote for such a feature if you like here: https://cdburnerxp.uservoice.com/forums/165656-feature-requests/suggestions/10095576-verify-audio-disk-burns I honestly don't know if we'll ever get there though. The list is quite long and I'm not getting done a lot of it unfortunately.
  7. Momentan wäre de Log-Datei leider der einzige Anhaltspunkt. Bitte mal anhängen dann gucke ich was ich damit tun kann.
  8. OK but did you also enable use of these drivers in CDBurnerXP?
  9. Looks like the translator messed up here, will workaround this for the next release. Thanks for reporting!
  10. I assume you have a particularly high content zooming in use. CDBurnerXP should be safe to use from 100 to 150%, but may start falling apart at 200% and higher values. You might consider reducing it a bit. Or you could try disabling DPI scaling in the compatibility settings, which might result in a blurry display of CDBurnerXP.
  11. Nope, DVD authoring is not part of the CDBurnerXP feature set.
  12. Yes, actually such an error should be handled. Would you mind sending me one of these files in order to reproduce the issue?
  13. 1) The screenshots do not allow a direct comparison of folder contents unfortunately because you can't see the full path on the right. If itis missing tracks in CDBurnerXP, please verify that you do not have a file filter enabled. 2) and 3) If you send me a track for reproducing the issue, I can try looking into it.
  14. It's completely intentional that some columns are right-aligned (which is something different than RTL).
  15. Based on your screenshot, I think you need to drag and drop the files into the bottom area first, then create an ISO. The ISO image is not being created based on the selected files but on the list of files added to the disc.
  16. Yes. The column alignment issue will be fixed for the next version. Looks like the .NET framework does some nasty conversions in the background which pretty much destroy the original intended column layout :-\ At some point, they only convert from left to right but not vice versa, which explains - along with the fact that the first column can only be "left" - the seemingly inconsistent behaviour.
  17. Please send me the content of %appdata%\Canneverbe Limited\CDBurnerXP\Errors.log for further investigation.
  18. OK, maybe QT installs a direct show filter for MP4, that could cause this problem. Maybe I should disable usage of these filters alltogether.
  19. Hm, the files seem to work for me. Did you try both the 32 bit and 64 bit version of CDBurnerXP? I suspect you have a non-working direct show filter for ALAC installed, can you plcheck that using this tool? http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/installed_codec.html
  20. Hallo, das Problem kann auftreten, wenn mehrere Dateien einen ähnlichen Namen haben und zudem sehr lang sind. Dann müssen beide Dateinamen gekürzt werden, was dann zu einer "Kollision" (wie hier vermutlich) führen kann.
  21. I don't think so. Please check the details at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD-ROM#CD-ROM_format There is both error correction and detection data included (Mode 1). You could in theory try to compare the original audio data with the audio data burned to the disc, but it may easily lead to detecting errors incorrectly because not all incorrectly read bytes necessarily result in a playback issue. Just out of curiosity, I asked StarBurn about this (vendor of the burning library). First of all, So there is not "the developers" that decide it cannot be done, it's simply a technical limitation. So why can other applications do this? As far as they know, such applications compare characteristics of the burned audio file with the original audio ("does it sound the same, more or less?"), and do not attempt a bytewise comparison. If you need a perfect copy of your audio data at all cost, you must burn your WAV files (or whatever source files you prefer) as data disc. Result of this is - of course - a lower disc capacity because of the additional error correction and detection data included.
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