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Sound files onto audio CD

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by GabrielKafka, Dec 29, 2002.

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  1. GabrielKafka

    GabrielKafka Thread Starter

    Dec 27, 2002
    I bought myself an Archos MiniCDrw2 cd writer in the hope that I would be able to transfer downloaded sound/talk files onto an audio CD and listen to it in the car. I am beginning to think that I didn't think this through properly?!?!
    The files I would like to stick on an audio CD are of .rm & .ram extensions.
    Is this possible at all? And if not directly, is there some way I get "around it"?
    I'm using W98 OS.
    Cheers and thanks for any help!

  2. kramnnim


    Dec 5, 2001
    The Realone player will convert and burn .rm files to CD as audio, theres a free version of Realone, you have to look for it, though. www.real.com

    I did find a program that can convert .rm to .wav, .mp3, or .wma, it doesnt always work, though. It's called "Streambox Ripper"

    .ram files are usually just small text files that tell Realplayer/Realone where to download the actual audio. Open a .ram in Notepad to see that URL.
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