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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by telecom69, Dec 8, 2001.

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  1. telecom69

    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten Thread Starter

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    Having just started to get into downloading music from the internet and have got Morpheus downloaded and have managed to download some music successfully too now then what I want to know is,is it possible to copy this music onto cd's or not ....and if so how?
     
  2. $teve

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    telecom69,what format are the dowloaded music files in?
    wav,mp3,ram?
    there are a number of programs that will convert the files from..whatever......to "wav" which is the correct format for writing to cd as cd audio.
    if the files are in mp3,you can convert to wav via winamp.
    post back with a tad more info and someone will help further.
    good luck:)
     
  3. telecom69

    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten Thread Starter

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    Thanks for replying Steve and they are mp3 and I do have winamp too so still need just a little more help about how to actually go about it....
     
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    ok...........heres the stuff.
    in winamp,right click on the very top of the winamp window,scroll down to options/preferences........click "output"choose nullsoft diskwriter plug-in......then "configure".....then create a folder for your newly made "wavs".
    now....when you migrate your mp3`s into winamp and press play,it will silently comvert all your mp3
     
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    ok...........heres the stuff.
    in winamp,right click on the very top of the winamp window,scroll down to options/preferences........click "output"choose nullsoft diskwriter plug-in......then "configure".....then create a folder for your newly made "wavs".
    now....when you migrate your mp3`s into winamp and press play,it will silently comvert all your mp3`s into wav files and store them in your new folder.
    now you can burn the wavs onto cd.
     
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    WOOPS! dont know how that happened:)
    dont forget,in order for winamp to play as normal,you will have to options/prefs.......click on the "wave out" plug-in again.
    good luck.
     
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    The software that came with your burner will probably convert the MP3s on the fly and record them as audio CDs. Feurio will do it and the demo is completely unrestricted and not time limited: http://www.feurio.net/English/index.shtml No reason to convert them to wave as a separate step to record them.
     
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    There's a great little program that I use regularly to do just that. It's called CDburner, and you can find it at http://www.cdburner.com

    Try it out, and if you like it, it costs less that $20 US to purchase, with free upgrades as they become available. It's easy, and hassle free, but it only creates audio cd's from your mp3 files so far. You'll have to use the software that came with your burner to make data copies.
     
  9. Mike Rogers

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    Since you have morpheus, download Nero burning rom program, to burn your mp3s, its really easy to use, download your mp3s open up nero burning rom program use the option to burn mp3s and then pick your file that stores your mp3s and drag and drop what mp3s you want burnt on the cd and it will convert them as it burns them so you dont have to make them wav manualy, easy as 1,2,3 :)
     
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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten Thread Starter

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    Sorry about the delay in getting back guys ...dental visits ...but I want to thank all of you for replying Steve,Slipe,Fireboy69 and Mike Rogers yours Ive yet to try Mike but the easiest one to use I found was the one sent in by Fireboy69 cos it was so simple and its pretty quick too,so thanks again guys for your inputs and Merry Christmas to you all ...Bob
     
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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten Thread Starter

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    Hi Mike back again Im going to try your option now with nero because the other programme is only a trial version but I cannot find where the option to burn mp3 files is in Nero hoping you can help ...Bob
     
  12. slipe

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    There isn’t a specific option for MP3s unless you want to work with them. Just select “Audio” from the opening wizard and drag your MP3 files into the record window. It will convert them on the fly when it records. You could mix in tracks from other sources like a track from a CD and it will sort them out.

    I know the retail version of Nero has the ability to equalize (normalize) the volumes between the MP3s giving a much better sounding recording. Not sure whether the bundled version does this. If it doesn’t, you will get better results with Feurio. It is a demo, but it is full featured and never expires.

    Nero has a quick start manual here: http://www.nero.com/en/download.htm
     
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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the reply Slipe will be trying that out later will post back results ....Bob
     
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    Thanks for your help slipe I managed to "suss" it out and the manual address was a big help too so thanks again ....Bob
     
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