In order to save the mp3 music tracks that I had not already burned to CD's, I decided to condense them, and burn them at the rate of about 163 tracks per CD instead of the usual 19 or 20.
Twelve months later, I would like to put them back into normal play mode, and having found the pile of CD's, I have now forgotten how I managed to condense them in the first place, and how to put things back to normal.
I can play them on my PC, but not on my Hi-Fi system, and Roxio 7 refuses to help, and Win Media Player 9 isn't any use either.
Please, is there anyone out there who has any ideas that may help me?
You need an MP3 to WAV converter - the WAV format is uncompressed and can be burnt to a CD which you can play on your hi-fi
Just did a quick search and this came up as the top option, though I haven't tried it personally - but it is free! click here
It would be also worth visiting download.com putting in "mp3 to wav convert" in the search and see what it pops up... Look for anything with the word free in it unless you want to register after 30 days!
Anyone had any real life experiences with any of this kind of software?
Do you need an mp3 to wav converter? Surly Roxio can do this for you just as NERO can. In Nero you just drag and drop the MP3's into the burn pain and it does the conversopn for you. Just make sure that you have selected audio CD mode in the first instance.
Sorry, forget this post. I suddenly got a popup on here (even though I have a popup blocker installed) and while trying to get rid of it I must have got the response posted. I will come back when I sort this out.