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Thread: MP3 burnage to audio CD

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    MP3 burnage to audio CD

    Is there a (free !!) proggy that will take a 3 hour mp3 mix, burn it to audio cd & simply ask you insert a new disc when it 'fills up' a cd ?

    Or do I really really have to split the file prior to burning

    If so what's the best proggy to do that ?

    Thanks

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    Not summit i've tried meself but doesn't Nero do it

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    Open it in sound forge

    Cut it into 3 segments and save each segment 1 hour long each

    Burn to disc with Nero

    E-Z mon

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    check your pm's

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    ITUNES will do it

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    erm....

    Quote Originally Posted by granthamdisco View Post
    ITUNES will do it
    no it won't. Jammers suggestion is the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooms View Post
    Is there a (free !!) proggy that will take a 3 hour mp3 mix, burn it to audio cd & simply ask you insert a new disc when it 'fills up' a cd ?

    Or do I really really have to split the file prior to burning

    If so what's the best proggy to do that ?

    Thanks

    I take it you mean turn the mp3 file into a WAV?
    If so, then I think itunes does actually do it, as long as you change the settings in 'advanced:burning' tab in 'preferences' to burn wav cd.
    It always tells you that you will need more than one disc & when you need to changeover.
    I might have misunderstood what you want to do though.

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