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Dao

In ancient China, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a province.
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Its 20 chapters and 9 appendices not only cover, step by step, each function of the program, but also cover general CD Layout, Track-at-Once and Disc-at-Once recording, file system specifications, ISO 9660 character sets, audio disc specifications, track types, sector formats, and data buffering.
For flexible writing performance, the CRW-9420 supports track-at-once, disc-at-once, multisession, and packet writing.
CD Architect burns with the disc-at-once (DAO) method that allows users to create tracks with variable times between them, perform automatic crossfades between tracks or place hidden tracks on the CD.
The CD-Erasable drive and media support all of the traditional recording formats like disc-at-once, track-at-once, and multi-session recording.
Easy-CD Pro includes features for data, audio and mixed mode recording, such as drag and drop file creation, on-the-fly from virtual image to CD, multisession and CD-Audio disc-at-once.
VariRec is only available with Track-at-Once and Disc-at-Once recording modes at 4X CD-Write speed using the bundled SimpliCD software.