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Old 23rd July 2000, 23:51   #1
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How do I burn an audio CD from my MP3's?

You must first encode your MP3's into WAV files. You can use third-party software, or a different output plug-in directly in Winamp:

You must have burner, and burning software to put the songs on to a CD.

NOTE: You must use CD-R, not CD-RW in order to be able to play the disc on a CD player

1. Go into Winamp's Preferences

2. Select the Diskwriter output plug-in in preferences

3. Choose a directory to save the WAV's in. Note this down; you'll need it later.

4. Turn off shuffle and repeat. It's also recommended that you turn off Winamp's equalizer and make sure no DSP plug-ins are in use, unless you're sure that you want to save their effects on your CD.

5. Play the songs in your playlist.

6. Now find that directory which you selected in step 3. Your WAV is saved here.

7. Open up you burning software and use it to burn the WAV's to CD.

Remember to close the session or finalize the disc

You must now reset the Output Plug-in to allow for normal play. Go into options. Click Output under 'Plug-ins'. Highlight Nullsoft waveOut plug-in. Close the preferences window. Now your songs will play normally. Repeat these steps when you want to convert more songs.

[This message has been edited by Ice (edited August 02, 2000).]

[This message has been edited by Winsane (edited August 27, 2000).]

[This message has been edited by Radioactive Man (edited October 17, 2000).]

[Edited by Radioactive Man on 05-06-2001 at 04:28 PM]
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