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hi leo, its nice to find someone with this kinda knowledge, my question is...y when i buy an audio CD, even if its not original, it has up to 27 tracks, and when i burn an audio CD, it gives me max 16 0r 17....does it depend on the original file size?do i have to decode the files b4 i burn them? what can give me more tracks..changing mp3s to audio?or changing wma to audio? do cars cd players read wma? why cant we burn with cda format?or the output of burning is cda?also original audio cds have many different formats...can u explain?...thx for listening
I have a CD about 10 years old that originally played fine. Now we don't seem to be able to get it to play on any cd player, my PC, etc.. Can't figure out what I need to do to get it to work. CD condition is good. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!!
I found when I burned a cd for a car audio(5 years old and older)that I had to make sure that songs were wav files format before I burned them. And make sure you finalized the disc -- and it has to be a CD -R.
which is the best format in audio track
i did what you suggested and used nero to burn the cd changing the format to be audio cd but still does not work in my car cd which is kenwood dpx410 till now i do not know what is wrong it plays fine in my computer
This was very helpful but I still need to know why my auto player(Infinity)in my Hyundai Sonata that has Mp3 written on it, will play certain Mp3 tracts, but not others that have been burned on my MacBook Pro. They all play in the computer.
thanks man..this really helped..i couldnt burn a cd because all my music's format is mp3 and it didnt work on most cars and on my stereo....i used roxio wich was on my computer and i had never used it before and it worked
If you use Roxy or another program, and it still doesn't work you need to convert to .WAV format; this will most likely happen for older units (car and home). I used Tunebite, and it works great, on some songs you will hear a click every now and then, but it is because of the compressed (MP3/AAC/MP4, etc) to uncompressed conversion.
Reply to: "In my Hyundai Sonata that has Mp3 written on it, will play certain Mp3 tracks, but not others that have been burned on my MacBook Pro. They all play in the computer."
It could be a DRM issue.
I'm trying unzip a file to save on a CD to put into my blue-ray DVD player to update the software (my blue-rays won't play). When I try to save the unzipped file, I get an error message "disk is incorrect format". What does this mean? What size should I be using? Thank you.
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