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CD burner - help!!

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by theberlig, Dec 29, 2001.

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  1. theberlig

    theberlig Thread Starter

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    Back yet again with more questions. Received help with installing my new CD burner, now having problems with NTI CD-Maker. Have been unable to burn audio file. I keep getting this message:

    The format of file ICAN~.wav is not supported. Supported formats include:
    1. wave file
    2. audio track file
    3. mp3 file
    Would you like to add this file anyway and record it?

    I checked into the error messages from the website for the CD Maker program and only found this:
    Solution: CD-Maker 2000 only supports wave files that meet the CD quality standard of 44.1KHZ, 16-bit Stereo. You must convert your wave files to this format or use other CD quality wave files for this operation.

    It doesn't say how to convert the files. Any help? Also what is an .ink or .lnk file? Some of the music my son has downloaded has that? Let me also say - I don't know alot about computers except the baics and if I'm not giving you enough info please let me know.
    Thanks,
    Tam
     
  2. ezymony

    ezymony

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    Sounds like you are going to have to change you music to a format that your burner can use winamp will work.winamp.com
     
  3. slipe

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    Try recording it with Feurio. The demo is full featured and never expires – like WinZip. It is specifically for recording audio so it might recognize some more formats. http://www.feurio.net/English/index.shtml It might at least give you more information about the files.

    You might just try changing the file extension. If it is about 1Mb/minute try changing it to MP3. If it is over 5Mb/minute change it to WAV. Some servers don’t let you upload and download MP3s, so they change the file extension to something innocuous so the server will accept it. I don’t think INC is an audio extension.
     
  4. theberlig

    theberlig Thread Starter

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    Thanks I'll give it a try.
    Again, thanks for the help.
    Tam
     
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