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could be added the most comon audio format?

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Hi

 

i really love imgburn , but sometime i have to burn audio cd

 

and mostly audio files are flac , mp4 or opus

 

there are open source decoders , would be amazing if imgburn could burn audio cd from several audio source and not only from mp3

 

thanks

 

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It supports whatever DirectShow supports.

 

Installed the DirectShow decoders (as per the AudioCD guide) and you'll be good to go.

 

http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/5555-how-to-write-an-audio-cd-from-music-files-using-imgburn/

hi

imgburn is a real gem , just a question , is hard to add decoders seeing imgburn was updated  in 2013 or add new feautes

honestly it's the best burn software

take care and thanks for the answer

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ImgBurn doesn't do any internal decoding at all.

 

Everything is handled by the OS, either via DirectShow or ACM.

 

I have no plans for doing any internal decoding.

 

It literally takes 2 minutes to install the system-wide DirectShow filters and then it'll automatically work within ImgBurn.

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ImgBurn doesn't do any internal decoding at all.

 

Everything is handled by the OS, either via DirectShow or ACM.

 

I have no plans for doing any internal decoding.

 

It literally takes 2 minutes to install the system-wide DirectShow filters and then it'll automatically work within ImgBurn.

hi

ok , thanks for the answer

in the list http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/5555-how-to-write-an-audio-cd-from-music-files-using-imgburn/&do=findComment&comment=91374

there is a list of directshow and acm decoder

but should i install all of them to use all of them , or is there a pack that can support all of them

in short is better install the codec seperatly or a pack

about APE - Monkey's Audio , there is not a separate directshow or acm but the program

and by the way are they safe? i mean no virus

 

thanks

best regards

Edited by rosanna

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I can verify the steps for installing the FLAC encoder work.  After LUK told me where they were.  :D

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I can verify the steps for installing the FLAC encoder work.  After LUK told me where they were.  :D

hi

do you mean the link in #5?

thanks

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Yes, from that link, the FLAC link for installing madFlac.  It's a series of files installed by a .BAT batch file.  Takes less than a half minute to set up.

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