I?ve been trying to write the old vinyl records that I?d copied and changed to MP3 files, to my CD writer. So far I?ve used Nero, Prassi Primo CD Plus and Acoustica MP3 Burner. All my folders are nicely grouped together on my HD. I can select them to the writer program, but it uses the same amount of disk space as wave files. The extension is MP3 and it also gives the size of each record as between 65 and 70 Mb. However 2 records goes over the limit of the CD. I have tried to write Audio as well as Data CDs. I?m using Win XP and my anti-virus program is disabled. What do I do wrong?
and you use the "make music Cd" option, then when you drage your MP3 files over to the compilation, nero converts them to wave files automaticaly, so the cd will play on any cd player. Just drag the mp3 files over as if you were saving a data file cd rom(ISO)(do not use multi sesion) you should get (depending on mp3 size) well over 150 mp3 files on a cd. I recently got 204 mp3s on one cd using nero and they play fine on any mp3 enabled cd player.
I've used Acoustica "MP3 to .wav converter". Each file is between 3.6 and 6 Mb, so they have truly been converted.The ext. is also MP3. I've tried to drag them and selected the folders (Whole LPs and individual songs) but it writes the MP3s as wave files! I must do something wrong? Should I perhaps in the program Rip the .wav files before burning?