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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by spalding, Aug 21, 2002.

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  1. spalding

    spalding Thread Starter

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    Do I have to have my audio files in a particular format to burn them to cd? For example, if I compile MP3's to a cd and burn it with a program like easy cd creator, will it play on my car cd player?
     
  2. joe2cool

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    Hi Spalding I use 'EZ CD Creator Platinum'

    Your files can be burned in any order, best at 'DISC at once' if playing audio disc's in home systems etc

    Certain systems react differently & may not play properly yet will do in another. ;)

    ;) :cool:
     
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  4. joe2cool

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    Assumed spalding meant that, if so 'EZ' will do that, unless you have a MP3 player in your car. ;)

    Get back to us :)

    :cool:
     
  5. Moby

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    You can save your music as mp3's and then burn them to a cd to play on home/car stereos. You have to select making an audio cd, rather than a data cd then programs like nero for instance will convert the mp3's as you burn, you will not have to convert them to a different file format first. That's how I do mine, keep them as mp3's, off the net for eg, then burn them as an audio cd, let nero do the rest. I'm sure other programs can do this also but I only use nero so am unfamiliar with them. I'm sure easy cd creator platinum can do this, but don't know about the normal version
     
  6. slipe

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    EZCD 4 and newer will convert MP3 files to the CDA wave you need for a normal audio CD. It will do it directly while you record and there is no need of other software or steps.

    You must select to record an audio CD. If you select data you will just record the MP3 files as MP3 which can’t be played on your stereo unless it has an MP3 converter.
     
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