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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-23-2004, 04:10 AM Thread Starter
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CD burning program guru's in here please.

I got HP Record now to burn CD's a few days ago. I tried to make a CD earlier, and wanted the tracks in WAV format so they would play in my buddies stereo. But they were MP3 format and the program has two options for audio disc burning. "Make a disc for a MP3 player" or "Make a music disc from audio files/Create a music disc from MP3 or WAV files on your hard dive."

Ive seen another burning program a long time ago that would convert your MP3's to WAV automatically, and by selecting the second option I assumed this one would too. Instead it put it in .cda format and it will not play on anything but my computer. So basically if anyone has any knowledge of this particular program and if it can convert MP3's to WAV. Or can point me in the direction of a program that will, I would really appreciate it.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-23-2004, 05:04 AM
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Nero express does it, however fastest and easiest way ive found is with windows media player. Just drag from the playlist to burn list. Click burn cd. Don't know if the older versions do it but WMP 10 does.
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They should be in cda-format. The problem could also be that the burned/disc is not compatible with standalone players. Try it with the lowest possible burn speed and also try if a straight disc-to-disc copy of existing CD works.
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They should be in cda-format. The problem could also be that the burned/disc is not compatible with standalone players. Try it with the lowest possible burn speed and also try if a straight disc-to-disc copy of existing CD works.

Hmm I never thought of that. The disc are Memorex CD-RW's should I have got CD-R's?

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CD-R's play a lot better on standalone players. Use those RW's to write data discs, that's what they are good for.
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Yep cd-r's should have been used. And get rid of that crap software get Nero 6 pro.

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