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Can't find "Create CD CUE File" button

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Under "Tools", I see "Create DVD MDS File", but nothing above that as seen in the screen shot. Is this a feature for future versions? Thanks for any help!

 

On another note, it's ironic that this guide is posted today because just earlier I burned a few Christmas CDs (using CDs for the first time in years) and learned that just converting FLAC into WAVs and burning it onto a disc will not work, so I came here looking for an answer. :P Good timing!

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Yep, that guide is for the upcoming version of ImgBurn. For now, try using Burrrn :thumbup:

 

Thanks a lot mmalves! That's just what I needed. I'm curious though, does this end up converting mp3s to WAVs or does it make mp3s play on CD players with no MP3 capability? The reason I ask is I could fit all the music on a CD as mp3s, but with wavs it'll need a few.

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Yes, it converts MP3s to CD Audio format (which works with any CD player) and, as such, you'll tipically be limited to 80 minutes of music per disc.

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patience my son

Yes Pedro volvo!

 

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Under "Tools", I see "Create DVD MDS File", but nothing above that as seen in the screen shot. Is this a feature for future versions? Thanks for any help!

 

On another note, it's ironic that this guide is posted today because just earlier I burned a few Christmas CDs (using CDs for the first time in years) and learned that just converting FLAC into WAVs and burning it onto a disc will not work, so I came here looking for an answer. :P Good timing!

 

One doesn't need a Cue file to burn. I always just burned anyways and had no problem.

 

As far as burning music. I've burned mp3's to CD which also were playable on a home and car stereo. That was 6 years ago, so I can't remember how I did it. You may want to search googles if someone else did the same. Now I just use a spare "portable hard drive" to hold the music cause it's nuts for me to carry a suitcase full of CD's.

 

BTW I was ecstatic when I burned mp3's to a CD. So I know it can be done.

 

demaX

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if you don't have cue file you can make a new cue file

 

5) how to make it?

 

use CUEMAKER (google it)

 

OR

 

make it yourself with notepad and put .cue extension

 

6) example of cue file: (its really short)

 

This works if cue and bin are in same folder

 

FILE "name of file.bin" BINARY

TRACK 01 MODE1/2352

INDEX 01 00:00:00

 

OR

 

FILE "c:full path of filename of file.bin" BINARY

TRACK 01 MODE1/2352

INDEX 01 00:00:00

 

7) SO now what you have cue and bin....now burn em on NERO or your favorite burner app.

 

http://www.mafia-designs.com/cuemaker.htm

 

CueMaker - A very simple utility used to make burning bin/cue images extremely easy. Simply type in the name of the bin file and it exports the necessary cue to burn the image.

 

Download CueMaker vs. ?

 

http://www.dslreports.com/r0/download/3737...f07/MakeCue.zip

 

 

Or google for Cuemaker if the post has moved. It also FREE.

Hope it helps you.

 

demaX

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OR...just wait for the :worthy: Boss :worthy: to release the newest version and burn away to your hearts content without bumping this thread to 100 posts that are unnecessary speculation and discussion. :thumbup:

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