.mp3 to .wav

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Postby DarkH1de » Sun Jan 19, 2003 7:32 pm

what plugin is it that you use in winamp that will convert .mp3 in .wav so i can put the music onto a cd so it plays in my hifi?

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Postby mSparks » Sun Jan 19, 2003 7:42 pm

In winamp, select Visualisation>select plugin
then select output
then Nullsoft Disk writer plugin.
Then configure.
select a folder you want the songs saved to. (note CD songs are approximately 10MB per minate so a 4 minate song will be approximately 40MB, this is the reason you can only fit around 65 minates of audio on a 650MB CD).
then add all the songs you want on the CD to the playlist and click play. (make sure you haven't got it set to repeat :) )
it will then save each song in the file, which you can then use your cd writer software to create as an audio cd by dragging and dropping the files.

dont forget to change the pluggin back afterwards or you wont here any sound :P
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Postby mSparks » Tue Jan 21, 2003 9:02 am

Q is, y isn't pete signed up to the forum.
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Postby mSparks » Wed Jan 22, 2003 12:35 am

For clarification of exactly what the topic is about.

Audio CD's; to use CD burner software to create an audio CD, you must have the music in the form of a .wav file, there are none that I know of that will turn mp3s straight into audio CDs (theres probably other software that will, but not proper CD burner software, which is what you need to use to create decent CDs.)
Using <a href='http://www.winamp.com' target='_blank'>Winamp</a> version 2 (we cant find the setting in version 3, so we think they havn't yet implimented it) you can turn mp3s in the wav files, then drag and drop these files in CD recorder software (such as nero) and create an audio CD that will play in a home CD player.

[john, would you mind cleaning up your posts to make them more professional please, this forum becomes pay to use in 4 days]
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Postby mSparks » Wed Jan 22, 2003 12:45 am

For clarification of exactly what the topic is about.

Audio CD's; to use CD burner software to create an audio CD, you must have the music in the form of a .wav file, there are none that I know of that will turn mp3s straight into audio CDs (theres probably other software that will, but not proper CD burner software, which is what you need to use to create decent CDs.)
Using <a href='http://www.winamp.com' target='_blank'>Winamp</a> version 2 (we cant find the setting in version 3, so we think they havn't yet implimented it) you can turn mp3s in the wav files, then drag and drop these files in CD recorder software (such as nero) and create an audio CD that will play in a home CD player.
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