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Converting MP3 files to WAV to burn on a CD

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Can someone suggest a good (and more important, easy to use) program to do this. Even list ones that you have to pay for if you can. The emphasis is on ease of use.





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I use windows media player to burn MP3's directly to CD

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I agree with locutus, Windows Media Player is probably your best bet. Its part of Windows (therefore free) and does the job perfectly well.


Here is the guide from Microsoft on how to do it with Windows Media Player 11. The same concept applies to all versions, just the menu options may be placed / look a little different.


If you Google "create audio cd windows media player" (without the quotes) the first link should be the Microsoft guide on how to do it. I can't put the link directly myself as I don't have 10 posts yet.

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I use CDBurner XP (Free) or InfraRecorder. Both are dead easy to use and you don't have to use Microsofts garbage.


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