What program out there will read a vanilla TOC file and burn it like it is?
February 27, 2004 11:49 PM   Subscribe

I want to record a Disk at Once CD, using a .toc file on my computer. I have all the files I need that are mentioned in the Table of Contents file, and it is very simple. The TOC is in this post. I have Nero 6 platinum but the burned CD has an issue. You'll see why.

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CD_ROM

TRACK MODE1
DATAFILE "out/track01.iso"

TRACK AUDIO
START
SILENCE 4:32:00
FILE "out/track02.wav" 0
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Pretty simple, huh? The game is LOOM, from 1990. I am upgrading the 16 color adlib version to the CD-Rom version that has 256 colors and full speech, which you can download at www.the-underdogs.net. What program out there will read a vanilla TOC file and burn it like it is? When I used Nero I added the silence before the audio but it still had audio glitches, the game data was fine though. Please, help me. This is the greatest game ever made. E-mail me if you want to borrow a copy, for research puroposes.
posted by Keyser Soze to Computers & Internet (4 answers total)
 
You might want to try CDRWin. Just turn that TOC file into a cuesheet, by renaming it.
posted by majick at 7:07 AM on February 28, 2004


Nero can burn .cue files as well -- just rename the .toc to .cue and it'll burn it as is.
posted by zsazsa at 7:31 AM on February 28, 2004


yay@
posted by Keyser Soze at 2:18 PM on February 28, 2004


cdrdao will work for you. (Thanks to whoever posted that link earlier)
posted by shepd at 2:27 PM on February 28, 2004


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