The 320-page book covers both basic and advanced topics. The publisher said that it’s suitable not just for novices but also for intermediate users and business users who want to get the most of their CD recordable hardware and software. It covers info related to music, data and video recording on CDs.
The book covers technical info about CD burners themselves, the different formats, techniques for backup and archiving, organization of files to be recorded to CD, and how to create a media catalog. It also includes coverage specific to Toast 5.0 Titanium, the latest major upgrade to Roxio Inc.’s popular third-party CD mastering software application for the Macintosh.
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CD Recordable Solutions
through Muska & Lipman Publishing’s
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