Changing wave to CD audio

  Ambasedor 15:08 17 Dec 2007

I have audio files recorded on my PC with Real player and Windows media player. How do i change them to CD Audio files so that i can put them on a CD and play them on my old CD player.

  MAJ 15:24 17 Dec 2007

Which file format are they saved in, MP3?

Your burning software should automatically do all for you when you choose the 'Burn Audio CD' option.

  Ambasedor 17:23 17 Dec 2007

I use Dexter to record with from the radio through the internet and Nero to burn my CDs They are then saved straight to the hard drive as a Windows media player file in wav format.

  MAJ 17:29 17 Dec 2007

Use Nero to burn an Audio CD (not a Data CD) and they should play in your CD player, if your CD player supports CD-Rs, don't use CD-RWs.

  Ambasedor 22:17 17 Dec 2007

Yes I do use the CD Audio selection but CD-RWs haveusually worked in my portable CD player.

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