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Old 16-02-2012, 09:42
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Control write order (LBA) of files when creating an ISO

I'm looking for an ISO creator that will write files in a user-specified order, therefore resulting in files with ascending Logical Block Address (LBA) in that same order.

Background: My car in-dash CD MP3 player will play the files in a folder in order of ascending LBA, that is, the order in which they were written to the CD. Most ISO creators, and most CD burners, will write the files in alphabetical order, which then becomes the play order for that folder. The crappy workaround is to put numbers at the beginning of each file name, to alphabetize them in the desired order. The better solution is to have an ISO creator which allows the user to specify the write order, then burn the ISO to CD.

I have used the program MP3 BR Imager, but it requires registration and it's no longer supported so you can't register. Any ideas?
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