Hi, Just started downloading music for the first time, & have a number of MP3 files I'd like to burn to CD. I have downloaded a freeware program to convert them to WAV files, but they have quadrupled in size & are now between 15 & 20MB each! Obviously this is no use, as I'll only fit 4 or 5 tracks on a CDR. Any ideas?
Just use Nero and make an Audio CD. Nero will convert them to .cda files. You should be able to get somewhere between 12 and 20 tracks on one CD depending on the play time. Alternatively, you could burn them to a CD as Data, which will keep them as MP3s and if you have a DVD player it will play them.
your gonna fit a few more than 4 or 5 if they are 20mb each - - cd's now take >700mb - - do the maths. Also, when converting from mp3, they probably increase ten-fold, though as pj123 has stated, you don't need to do that - -when creating music files from mp3 ones, the software will do it all for you.
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