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Burning audio cd's

Discussion in 'Audio' started by dvsangel, May 21, 2003.

  1. dvsangel

    dvsangel Member

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    I have a cd burner with nero software. I have mp3's on my computer that I want to burn to cd, so that I can play them in my stereo and car.
    Do I have to convert them to .wav to burn them on to cd as cda files?
     
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    nik99 Regular member

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    nope dude..jst click ,,audio Cd in the wizard..dump 10/15 of mp3....click burn ,,and ur on..
     
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    I tried that, but it burnt them as mp3's not as .cda
     
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    tigre Moderator Staff Member

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    Nero is running (Wizard closed ...)
    -> Press Ctrl-N -> New Compilation Dialoge Appears
    -> On the left side choose "Audio CD" and not "CD-Rom (ISO)"
    -> Click "New"
    -> Now drag'n'drop the mp3s you want to burn ...

    If you have no mp3 plugin installed get lame mp3 plugin from http://neroplugins.cd-rw.org .
     
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    dbecker Regular member

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    my suggestion is get yourself the shareware of feurio. This not only burns mp3's to cda on the fly, it also double checks that the mp3 is in good condition so you don't get pop's, squeals, and audio gaps. get it at www.feurio.com
     

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