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convert SD card wav file to file playable by any CD player

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by pianojoe, Jul 1, 2007.

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  1. pianojoe

    pianojoe Thread Starter

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    Hello - I want to take wav files off an SD card and convert them for use on any CD player. I have been told to convert wav files to pcm files which come under the umbrella of "redbook files" - all confusing and still can't do it. I have Nero 7 and do not know how to go about this. I transfer the files from an SD memory card to the Vista PC and know that I cannot just drag them and hope they'll convert. Any ideas? Thanks!
     
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    If you have Nero, all you should have to do is burn an Audio CD and add the WAV file to the compilation. No converting by you needed.

    Open Nero StartSmart, select "Make Audio CD" from the Audio tasks, click Add and browse to where you have the WAV file and Add it to the compilation, close the Add window and you shoudl that the audio file has been added. Click Next, give the CD a title and click Burn.
     
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    Sorry for the delay in responding. Problem solved, Triple6. with my gratitude!
     
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