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I was trying to create a CD CUE file. Right after a file was added to imgburn got this error.

 

Screenshots:

 

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Pressed OK here.

 

Than this banner came up:

 

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Pressed OK here.

 

After all got this:

 

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Log:

 

I 13:58:33 ImgBurn Version 2.4.0.0 started!

I 13:58:33 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2)

I 13:58:33 Total Physical Memory: 916,460 KB - Available: 645,788 KB

I 13:58:33 Initialising SPTI...

I 13:58:33 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 13:58:33 Found 2 DVD

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is it a normal stereo mp3 with a normal bit rate ?, example 128/169/192 ect ect , or is it something with a variable bitrate

 

do all other mp3 files get accepted in IB ?

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The MS directshow filters will fail if the mp3 uses an ID3 v2.4 tag. You might want to check your files don't use that version.

 

After that, it falls back to ACM decoding and there's a but in that, which is what you're running into.

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is it a normal stereo mp3 with a normal bit rate ?, example 128/169/192 ect ect , or is it something with a variable bitrate

 

do all other mp3 files get accepted in IB ?

 

It's a MPEG Audio Layer 3 32000Hz mono 48Kbps

 

and there are no pronlems with other files that i've tryed with to create CD CUE file.

 

The MS directshow filters will fail if the mp3 uses an ID3 v2.4 tag. You might want to check your files don't use that version.

 

Have no clue how to check it.

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Try opening the file with a proper tagging program.

 

Something like ID3-TagIt.

 

http://www.id3-tagit.de/

 

OK. Here's an information obtained with ID3-TagIt program:

 

Duration:		00:45:01
File size (KB):	15830
Bitrate (kBit/s):	48
CBR / VBR:	CBR
Samplerate:	32000
Channel:		Mono
Version:		MPEG-1.0 Layer III

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I was after the ID3 tag version info rather than the file format info, but not to worry!

 

Looking at what you've provided, perhaps the directshow filter cannot convert from 32000 mono to the format required for buring onto CD (44100, stereo, 16 bit).

 

I expect ACM would fail too on that file (assuming it was working in ImgBurn full stop!)

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I 22:03:01 ImgBurn Version 2.4.0.0 started!

I 22:03:01 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2)

I 22:03:01 Total Physical Memory: 3,406,252 KB - Available: 2,914,052 KB

W 22:03:01 Drive C:\ (FAT32) does not support single files > 4 GB in size.

I 22:03:01 Initialising SPTI...

I 22:03:01 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 22:03:04 Found 5 DVD-ROMs, 1 DVD

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I was after the ID3 tag version info rather than the file format info, but not to worry!

 

Looking at what you've provided, perhaps the directshow filter cannot convert from 32000 mono to the format required for buring onto CD (44100, stereo, 16 bit).

 

I expect ACM would fail too on that file (assuming it was working in ImgBurn full stop!)

 

Honestly, i didn't know where to look for the ID3 tag version info.

 

All i found about ID3 tag is shown on the screenshot below. It shows two versions:

 

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So, as i understood it is not possible to burn an Audio CD from these files using ImgBurn?

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ID3 v1 is v1.0

ID3 v2 is v2.3

 

:)

 

So, as i understood it is not possible to burn an Audio CD from these files using ImgBurn?

 

If your filters don't support the conversion, no.

 

ImgBurn relies upon DirectShow completely. If it can't do it then you're out of luck.

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ImgBurn relies upon DirectShow completely. If it can't do it then you're out of luck.

 

What i have installed on my comp by default is K-Lite Codec Full Pack. Probably that's not enough, but i'm not a computer geek like dontasciime is.

 

Guys, you have a lot of patience for people like me. Wish you well. :thumbup:

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Open the file in graphedit and see which filters it loads for it.

 

ImgBurn works in the same way except it forces the output format into std CD-DA 44100, 16 bit stereo.

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Open the file in graphedit and see which filters it loads for it.

 

ImgBurn works in the same way except it forces the output format into std CD-DA 44100, 16 bit stereo.

 

Can't open it in graphedit:

 

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About graphedit:

 

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try installing this DCBassSource_v1.11

 

Now it works :D

Installed DCBassSource_v1.11, restarted Windows. Success:

 

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CD CUE file was created successfully.

 

Open the file in graphedit and see which filters it loads for it.

 

Just for info:

 

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Guys, thanks a lot for help! :thumbup:

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