MP3 files

  Rhuddlan 00:41 14 Jul 2004

If I copy mp3 music files to a cd/r disc, can it be played on any standard home cd player or personal cd player? Hope someone can help someone who doesn't know much about this sort of thing, regards, Rhuddlan.

  johnnyrocker 00:43 14 Jul 2004

not a problem if you make sure you are composing audio disk.


  Smegs 00:47 14 Jul 2004

johnnyrocker is right. Mp3 is like data, thats why your home music system dosen't understand it. You will need to compose an Audio Disk.

  Rhuddlan 01:15 14 Jul 2004

OK then, thanks for that, but like I said I don't know much about music files, so what's this about the composer? I want these files to be able to play on my home cd player, regards, Rhuddlan.

  TBH1 09:51 14 Jul 2004

you will hav an option in your CD burning software - to create a data or audio CD - - if you select audio, it will create a music CD for you, from the data files (mp3), which you can play in any CD - - though note that if you use CDRW as opposed to CDR discs, there will be systems out there that won't play them.

  Zaphod Beeblebrox 10:05 14 Jul 2004

Convert the mp3 to wav format use a burning prog such as nero use the burn use the wizard select audio cd the program will then burn the cd and create cda which will play on a normal stereo
if you are fortunate and you have a player that plays mp3 the you can burn them straight to disk
mp3 wav converter

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