Q: I bought the audiosurgeon program to convert MP3 files in wav files in
order to record a CD, but I cant find a clear direction, the information
in the website is confuse. Could you help me?
A: You do not need to convert an MP3 file into a wave file in order to burn
it onto a CD. You can burn an MP3 file directly because any CD burning
software (AudioSurgeon, AudioStation 6, etc) will convert it to the proper
CD format (.cda)
If you want to burn multiple MP3 files at once, this is most easily
accomplished with AudioStation 6, available on our website:
http://www.voyetra.com. You may wish to download the free demo to
try it out.
You can burn MP3 files in AudioSurgeon, but you have to open and then burn
each MP3 file one at a time.
This Software includes the MP3 (ACM) Codec which encodes up to 56 kbps.
You can open, play and edit MP3 files (of higher rates) but you can only
Save up to 56 kbps in the MP3 (ACM format) unless you have a 3rd party MP3
Encoding Codec (such as CyberLink) installed on your computer. In this case
you can use the higher Rates that this Codec supports.
CODEC: Is an electronic device (a circuit consisting of an Encoder and
a Decoder) that converts analog signals into digital form and
compresses them to conserve bandwidth on a transmission path.
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