Did you define CD-Text? And what do you mean with “Adding the Files for CD-Burning”? Best thing to check the final audio CD with is the CD Wizard.
EDIT: I see you use Basic Audio CD (Einfache CD) - and it looks like there are some CD End markers missing. BTW, burning CD-text is only possible from burning from the audio montage. And Windows Media Player cannot read CD-text!! You have to check somewhere else (importing back into WL, or using a hardware player that can show it).
In the montage, you should have the CD tab open, and then use the red disk symbol. There you can also use the CD Text symbol to enter or edit the CD Text for the CD, and the ‘check CD’/spectacles symbol to check if all markers are present and correct.
Burn each separate montage to the same CD. Make sure you burn in separate sessions and only ‘close’ the burnt CD with the last session. I wouldn’t recommend this, since it may not comply for duplication.
Copy everything from the 4 montages to a new montage, like Rat suggested. Make sure markers are locked to clips, and ‘check CD’ separately, or even better, use the Wizard to get markers in the right (CD frame) positions.
Whichever way you use, an audio CD is limited to 99 tracks, like mentioned before. WL won’t burn it anyway, so you’ll be warned.
If I remember correctly, this is done in the CD Text dialog. Or it was a feature request not yet implemented…
There can’t be, since that could mean “lock markers to timeline”, which is not what you want. I’m not sure if you can do this by selecting all markers, but they need to be locked to “selected clip” or some such term.
How do I add multiple Montages to burn them on one disk?
I would render each montage to an audio file. Then I would add all the files in a new montage, to burn this.
Now, if each of you montage is not too complex, you could built a single bug montage, and put CD markers around each project.
Currently, markers must be locked one by one. I agree this should be improved.
how do I get the 136 marker-names transfered automatically??
Well, semi-automatically, you could do this:
That is, render all your tracks as a separate audio file. The file names will be the CD track marker names.
Then create an empty montage, and add all your files in one operation.
Then use the CD Wizard to recreate your markers (markers will inherit the clip names, hence your past marker names).
I don’t know the details of your project, but this procedure could be useful.
Do you mean CD-Text imbedded when writing to the Audio CD
or ITunes, FreeDB, Gracenote, CDDB database info on the Internet !?
this info is up to the producer, record label or mastering tech to publish.
Actually, I don’t fully understand what’s your problem is.
But one advise: if you use the montage (and it’s good to do), then don’t use/create any Basic Audio CD, as you seem to do at the start of this thread. There is everything you need to burn any CD with montages.
You say you use multiple montages, and several of them must be put on a same CD. Then there is an alternative to my previous solution: create a new montage and do “Select All”, “Copy” and “Paste” into the target montage, for each of your source montages.