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#1 mypenry

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 05:28 AM

Hi , ive got some MPEG Audio Layer-3 audio music files on my computer
and ive tried to burn them to a Cd and play them on my
Car audio player ( it should play CD, DVD, Mp3 , VCD )
but the cd ive burnt won't play on my car unit, so I want to try
and convert the mp3 to conventional Audio CD's and then
burn it to CD's and try that , so can any one please
recommend a free ware program that is easy to use
and would do the converting..?


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Posted 14 July 2007 - 07:49 PM

You need to convert them to .wav files.

A free program that will convert, and also allow you to edit music files, is Audacity

CDex is a free CD ripper, and will convert, back and forth, between .mp3, and .wav

With Audacity, you'll need to make copies of your files, before converting, unless you don't mind the originals being converted.

CDex will batch convert, leave the originals intact, and would probably be the easiest to set up, and use.


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