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NERO Express burning.

Is there a way to raise the volume copying disc with nero express.
Some discs have very low volume. For example, there's burning software called ConvertX toDVD which has a volume raising option while burning. I can't find one for NERO. Thank You.
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  • Hi Chris,
    Nero does not have such an option in doing a straight copy as far as I know ... maybe someone else will pop in and show if such an option is there that I don't know about.

    One way you could do it is, I think :

    Expand the Express "triangle button" center left of the Express screen with the source CD in the drive.

    Select "Save Audio Tracks"

    Save the music files out onto your hard drive and then edit each one using the free Nero Wave Editor for example, to increase the dB and save or "save as" ... to a new audio file.

    Then, back in Express, select the Audio CD creation option, import all the files that you have increased the volume on and create a music CD that way.

    A pretty messy way but possible.

    Maybe some other forum members will suggest a much simpler way ...
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  • When you copy a disc in Nero, you're making an exact copy of the original. If you want to raise the volume, you would have to rip the original files on the disc and either adjust their volume in WaveEditor or to increase their volume after importing them into in Nero Video which you would have to use to author the new disc structure before burning. This assumes the original disc is not copy protected.

    If the referenced software will do what you want, why do you need Nero?
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