Hi. No need to apologise, especially not to me. There was nothing in your
post that merited an apology. Walter.
From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Dane
Sent: 15 May 2017 18:25
To: PC Audio Discussion List
Subject: Re: Turning wav files to mp3,see message
Okay my apologies I fforgot about the Cue points and you're absolutely
right, that's the way to go about it.
On 16/05/2017 3:16 AM, Walter wrote:
> Hi. I'm assuming you have already recorded the tapes and saved them as
> files. You could have saved them as mp3 when you finished the recording
> as you mentioned cue points, you can't save these as mp3. However if the
> recording process is complete then open the files you want converted. Now
> the Cue points you spoke of I imagine you have inserted these at points
> where you want a new track to begin? If this be so then you need to split
> that file into individual tracks. When you have done that then you can do
> batch conversion of the individual Wave files into mp3 files. Gold Wave
> will do all of that for you. Walter.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Vinny
> Sent: 15 May 2017 17:20
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Turning wav files to mp3,see message
> I need to turn wave files of Music recorded with goldwave into mp3
> files. How do I do this? Of course there is the matter of dealing
> with the Q points in gw, so I hope there is an easier way to work with
> these files. .
> Wat I am doing is taking hundreds of cassettes of music, and trying
> put them on mp3 files for eventually playing on sd cards, or cds. I have
> made a number of these at 32 bit wav files.
> Is there any other program besides gw that will help me do this?
> Thanks in advance for any help.
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