Making a CD from MPEG4 file

  acerhedge 16:14 03 Jun 2008

A kind soul gave me his usb dongle to copy the the files there in/on. It was of some foreign language CDs.
In my innocence I thought I would be able to make CDs from the files.
No chance. NTI (which I use as it does not insert pauses like stupid Media player) does not support MPEG 4.

The later version of Media Player & me do not get on at all.

Can anyone recommend a simple way please? (assuming it can be done)



  sean-278262 01:18 04 Jun 2008

click here

VLC will play mpeg4 files. However from your post I am unsure if you are wanting to make the MPEG4 files into mp3 files to put on CD to listen to.

If this is what you wish to do then it can be done quite easily using click here DBpowerAMP. Of course this is providing the MPEG4 files are audio files and not video MPEG4.

These can then be burnt using NTI or the free click here CDBurnerXP Pro3.


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