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orconverting cd audio files stored in hard drive

Discussion in 'Audio' started by eny, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. eny

    eny Member

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    I like to convert cd audio files stored in my hard drive to mp3, .wma & .wav files, does anybody knows of software capable of doing this? I don't have a problem converting cd audio files from the cd in the cd drive but I have a lot of cd audio files in the hard drive. Thanks
     
  2. RealGomer

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    If I'm not mistaken, the CD audio files should have been already converted to mp3, wav, etc when you ripped from the CD. The native CD file is quite large and I don't believe is actually visible to your OS. You'll probably see something like track1.wav or the like if you look at the CD structure. When ripped to a hard drive by Window Media Player, Nero, or the like, there is a default format - WMA for WinMedia, MP3 or MP4 for Nero.
    Search your HD for files using the wildcard optionsw *.mp3and *.wma and see what shows up.
     

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