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There is option to burn mp3 files to Audio CD by using ImgBurn?

 

This will make ImgBurn to be Perfect!

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Not just yet, maybe soon though, keep checking back.

 

 

Edit just noticed you said Mp3, Not sure, Think audio support that is maybe coming in next release is only wav

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If i create iso file with few audio files, and then burning it with ImgBurn, this will work on CD Players?

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If i create iso file with few audio files, and then burning it with ImgBurn, this will work on CD Players?

It'll work only on CD players that support playing MP3s, so check if yours do.

To make an audio CD that will play on any player, use Burrrn :)

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Hi Yah

 

So what option do I use with ImgBurn to burn other audio formats i.e wma wav etc so that I can use with my CD Player

 

 

Not just yet, maybe soon though, keep checking back.

 

 

Edit just noticed you said Mp3, Not sure, Think audio support that is maybe coming in next release is only wav

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Hi Yah

 

So what option do I use with ImgBurn to burn other audio formats i.e wma wav etc so that I can use with my CD Player

ImgBurn doesn't support burning Audio CDs.

As I said above, for making an Audio CD use Burrrn :)

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Ahh ... sorry I thought the question related to mp3 files .... ok I will use your suggested software

 

Thanks

 

Hi Yah

 

So what option do I use with ImgBurn to burn other audio formats i.e wma wav etc so that I can use with my CD Player

ImgBurn doesn't support burning Audio CDs.

As I said above, for making an Audio CD use Burrrn :)

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I think donta was suggesting that the next release may support some sort of audio burning. We all have our fingers crossed.

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At the moment it's just basically support for bin/cue files. (which of course can include audio tracks if they're specified in the cue file)

 

No attempt has been made a burning a random bunch of wav/mp3/wma etc as an audio cd via the likes of build mode.

 

I may just do it one step at a time so that I limit the number of bugs introduced! Even the bin/cue support meant a rather large rewrite as previously everything was very basic due to the single session / track limitation.

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Hey, my first post...hi! I resurrected this thread (proving I searched!) with a question that's a slight twist. Having already used ImgBurn to burn a DVD, I want to 'extract' the audio from that DVD to burn onto a CD. Anyone know how?

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The audio is part of the video files (normally - unless is a DVD Audio disc).

 

Search Google for 'dvd demux audio' or something similar.

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Didn't someone want to do this for a the "Heigh ho" song from Snow White in the dim and distant past ? =))

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what disney song that won the Academy Award for Best Original Song would be the hardest to find on dvd?

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1994

Best Music, Original Song

Elton John (music)

Tim Rice (lyrics)

For the song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight".

 

1948

Best Music, Original Song

Allie Wrubel (music)

Ray Gilbert (lyrics)

For the song "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah".

 

 

hardest to find on dvd

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zip a dee do daa

is on the song of th south dvd

had no problems getting a copy last year

allthough I didn't enjoy the movie as much as I remembered from my youth

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zip a dee do daa

is on the song of th south dvd

 

Didn't realize that was classic southern rock :)

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200$

no I'm too cheap

think it was $55- split it with a guy at work who has since been fired and took the original

think it came from germany, but was english language

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