this is for burning .cdi files on a macintosh computer
1.) download a .cdi file...if it is zipped unzip it...
2.) open up CDIrip...you can download it here....http://dcemulation.org/?title=Mac_Tools
3.) point to the .cdi file you want to open...when it opens it will ask you where on your hard drive you want to save the new files. save it, and wait until it's done.
4.) you will now have an audio file (should only be one and it should be rather small) and a .iso file
5.) open up toast. if you're reading this i'm sure you either have or can obtain a copy of toast ten titanium, so that's what i'm going to use in this demonstration
6.) pop in a blank cd. first, select Audio CD. add the audio file. click the big red button and when the burn settings pop up click on advanced and click on WRITE SESSION ONLY. DO NOT WRITE DISC. when toast finishes burning the audio file it will give you the option to eject or mount the disc. mount it. then when it goes back into Toast, click on the COPY button. on the left you will find five options as shown in the pic below:
click on multi-track cd-rom xa. click the "select" button and add the .iso file that goes along with the audio file from before.
7.) click the big red button and go back to the advanced tab and click on write disc.
8.) when it finishes, eject it, label it and pop it in your dreamcast.
9.) you should see some graffiti screen before most games. this is cool. if the disc doesn't work i don't know what to tell you except go back thru the steps and make sure you did everything right. i don't know why some people don't have the multi track option in their version of toast 10. go herehttp://www.roxio.com/enu/products/toast ... rview.html
and see what you can figure out. my dreamcast stopped playing all games recently and i bought a new one. best i can tell from the internet and best i can gather from the effin nerdass jerkdicks at the video game store is that "all systems have a shelf-life" thus the spin motor WILL burn out. sorry. good luck everyone!
all the music is made with a korg ds-10 for nintendo ds!