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using cd burner software

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by philldo1, Jan 20, 2003.

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  1. philldo1

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    I need step by step help on how to create an audio cd using roxioeasy cd creator5, winamp3 or musicmatch jukebox software. I can download mp3 files to my documents: my music yet cannot get any one of these programs to burn it to cd. My problem is actually finding the music I've already downloaded. It's there when I go to Start- my music. It's not there when I use Roxio, winamp3 or musicmatch. Roxio tells me I have no audio files in my music. When I try to drag the actual mp3 files to playlist, it says the file extension is not correct. I know I need to convert from mp3 to audio cd to play in car or home cd player. Doesn't Roxio easy cd creator5 basic do that?
     
  2. kramnnim

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    I don't think Winamp can burn CDs.

    Roxio Easy CD should be able to convert and burn mp3's- I don't understand why you're gettingan error message...
     
  3. slipe

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    Welcome to TSG.

    You should be able to select “Audio” from the opening wizard and drag the MP3 files into the record window. EZCD 5 should convert them to CDA wave files on the fly when it records.

    Make sure the files you are recording end with .jpg with nothing after the period but jpg.
     
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