Talk:Green Book (CD standard)

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CD-i hiding CD-i tracks from Table of Contents[edit]

I just wasn't able to find a single reference that indicated that in CD-is the data tracks are omitted from the Table of Contents for compatibility with CD-DAs. Not even on the Green Book itself. If someone finds a reference, please bring back that information. The paragraph was:

" The CD-i format hides the initial tracks which contains the software and data files used by the CD-i players. It does this by omitting the tracks from the disc's Table of Contents.[citation needed] This causes audio CD players to skip the CD-i data tracks, making CD-i discs more compatible with standard CD players. "