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Itunes running songs into each other

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Probably not a great description of my problem, but here goes anyway.
I played a CD (a compilation burned from various albums) in iTunes, and on the second last track the actual time ran out beofre the song was over, and at the start of the next track the previous song finished off (17seconds) and then the next one started!

Then i played it on Windows Media Player and it was perfect!

The time os even displayed differently on each player;

iTunes track 14 3.40
track 15 5.31

Media Player track 14 3.57
track 15 5.14

Is this a fault in iTunes or has anyone else come across that? It doesnt seem to read the CD properly. I cant remember whether I burned it in ITunes or Media Player, if that makes any difference.


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From what you described it as it sounds like the songs run into eachother in the middle. In iTunes there is an option called "Crossfade" or something similair. Make this zero seconds and the songs end when they end and start when they start, no overlap.
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