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Decoding problem

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Euro, Apr 9, 2003.

  1. Euro

    Euro Guest


    I recently encoded a whole CD and also made a cue sheet but when I decode the MP3 to burn a duplicate, the size of the file was over 700 MB and I was unable to burn. How is this possible? Am I doing something wrong? The original music data is obviously small enough to fit on the original CD so how come it's bigger after encoding and decoding? Finally, what can I do to be able to burn a duplicate CD from that big MP3/wav? Thanks.

  2. cd-rw.org

    cd-rw.org Active member

    Jan 22, 2002
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    Does your CUE sheet indicate MODE2?
  3. Euro

    Euro Guest

    All my cue sheet says is the path (first line) and then the indexes for each track. Need I input more commands?
  4. Euro

    Euro Guest


    I got around it. It was actually a badly encoded file that was causing the problem. Thanks for taking the time to reply though.


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