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Editing audio files
Burn.Now offers various tools that let you edit audio files before burning them to discs. To use them, simply add the audio files to the Disc Layout Window and click the tool to use from the toolbar. These tools may vary depending on the format you selected.
Trim audio is used to extract part of an audio track. To do this, select the audio file and
. You can set the part to be extracted by first dragging
on the jog bar to
the start position and click
, then, drag it to the end position and click
Note: You can also apply fade-in/out effects on the audio track.
Audio gap is the silent area between audio tracks in audio CDs that tells the listeners a new track is about to start. To change the audio gap length, select the audio file(s) and
to enter a value.
The first audio track uses the industry standard of 2 seconds as audio gap length before the track and cannot be changed.
You can adjust the default audio gap length at General: Audio gap on audio CD in Preferences.