A colleague of mine needs to prepare a 45-minute 44kHz 16-bit wav file from Pro Tools 9 for CD.
Does anybody know of any freeware utilities that will allow him to place PQ codes into the file and burn it to CD? He has Roxio Toast 6 and it's corresponding version of Jam (I know they're ancient, but there you go!)
I assume that either that version of Toast or Jam would be able to read SD2 files with markers in, so that may be the easiest way forward. I've looked and can't seem to find anything that would do this, other than commercial software.
If I'm hearing you right he just wants a gapless playback with track markers in it? Simplest way with above mentioned software would probably be to split it at each marker, export those as individual files and then throw em in toast with 0sec. gaps and you should be good to go.