12.3 Nero's Title and CD Database Window
The Nero's Title and CD Database window always refers to an inserted audio CD. It contains the search result and is opened if you want to add a new entry to the database in the Database window. It is also opened with one of the following actions if you have set the database usage accordingly (see Defining Database Usage):
When copying an audio CD
When saving audio files on an audio CD
When adding an audio file to an audio compilation
Nero Burning ROM searches in the program database, the user database, and the Windows® Media Player database as well as in the Internet database on request.
During the search, either multiple CDs may be found, a "wrong" CD or no CDs at all.
Multiple CDs are found if different CDs have the same "fingerprint". This "fingerprint" is obtained from the start positions of the individual audio files, the number of audio files, and the playing time of the CD. Occasionally, different CDs may have the same characteristics. Then they cannot be distinguished from one another.
If a wrong CD is found, or no CD at all, the audio CD is not yet stored in the database.
The window contains editing and selection functions for the database entries found and two lists. The search result (always performed before the window is opened) is shown in the List of corresponding CD entries in the Nero CD database. A small icon always indicates the origin of an entry. The audio files of the selected CD are shown in the Tracklist of the currently selected CD list.
Fig. 17: Nero's Title and CD Database window
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