Off topic: audio file into mp3
Thread poster: Amra Đapo (damra)
I use this this cd ripper - successfully
but I gues alsko a winamp PRO version can do that (but that costs) or Windows Media Player (I'm sure it can convert audio tracks to .wma files, not sure about mp3)
if you want some wider choice: http://tinyurl.com/yl4hgd
hope this helps a bit
| if you have a classic music CD || Nov 24, 2006 |
you will be able to convert it into MP3 with the help of ITunes.
Free software can be found at www.mac.com
All you need (after the program installed on your machine) is to start playing cd and ITunes will import tracks in MP3 format on your hard drive.
Reasonable setting of importinb needed but easily done via preferences menu of ITunes.
| | Claudia Alvis
Local time: 03:28
If by 'audio file' you mean regular music CDs, there are many free programs you can download. One of the best for mp3 encoding is Exact Audio Copy. If you want a great free software to convert and manage your music files, you can also use Media Monkey.
About converting mp3 files to audio files, I wouldn't recommend you to do that. Once you convert an audio file (.wav) from a CD to mp3--or any other lossy format, there's going to be a loss of quality, that's why mp3s are so small. So converting an mp3 file to a much better codec like .wav or .flac (lossless) is just a waste of space.
| | qfwfq
Local time: 11:28
English to Turkish
for CDs, you can use freerip. dedecting the tracks, the software finds tags itself.
[Edited at 2006-11-25 07:41]
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