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  1. earhole

    Burning Audio CD with ImgBurn

    (Later) Okay, I tried again after installing the DC-Bass filter (http://www.dsp-worx.de/?n=15) and it worked fine. Thanks to all for your help and encouragement. I don't know what happened the other time, but I won't try to reproduce the error unless somebody really insists.
  2. Wav files are the ONLY format that a standard CD player reads No need to tell people that you cant burn an audio CD with ImgBurn, because you CAN thats not saying you screwed up, but if you follow the guide you 'should' get a playable audio CD afterwards, answer what Loco said above this post and we should be able to sort you out I swear, mine were .WAV. And that's the problem. An Audio CD needs to have .cda files. Granted, it's the same thing, but it's kinda hard to go back and change the filenames on a CD-R... Anyway I just tried another burn and it worked fine. Thanks to all!
  3. earhole

    Burning Audio CD with ImgBurn

    Come over here and say that, you little earhole.
  4. earhole

    Burning Audio CD with ImgBurn

    Don't be so quick to assume I don't read the FAQs and forums. I do, and had. The disk in question was burned with version, following your instructions. I posted to this forum (http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8922) but never got notified that anybody had replied. I'll try again today and let you know. By the way, I've used ImgBurn for years and always found it great, but had never tried it with an Audio CD.
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    Burning Audio CD with ImgBurn

    You should all know that the official ImgBurn site claims that it can burn Audio CDs. Yet here on the forum we're told ir can't, and my beer is currently sitting on proof. Direct quote below: "ImgBurn supports a wide range of image file formats - including BIN, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI. It can burn Audio CD's from any file type supported via DirectShow / ACM - including AAC, APE, FLAC, M4A, MP3, MP4, MPC, OGG, PCM, WAV, WMA and WV." So which is true? Or am I missing something?
  6. I read "How to burn an Audio CD from music files using ImgBurn..." and followed the instructions. What I ended up with was not an Audio CD at all, but a data disc with .WAV files on it. A CD player can't read it. If I screwed up, can someone tell me what I did wrong? If I didn't, then people need to know that you can't burn an Audio CD with ImgBurn.

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