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How do I convert a .wav file to a .cda so it will play on all my players?

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by bruceb3, Dec 15, 2004.

  1. bruceb3

    bruceb3 Member

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    I use a digital voice recorder to record talks. When I download the files to my computer, I convert them to a .wav file. If I burn them as .wav files, they play on my computer but not in any of my other players. I also have Nero 6.6. How do I convert them so they will play on other players. I've noticed that a couple disks I got from someone else show up as .cda files and they play in anything, but I don't know how to convert the .wav files to .cda files. I know there has to be a really simple answer and I'll probably feel stupid when I hear it. Thanks in advance! :)
     
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    when you go into nero just select the AUDIO symbol then select Encode Audio Files, from there you should be able to encode your file to various formats.
     

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