On Sunday 08 February 2004 03:24 pm, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> Kent Stewart <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > On Sunday 08 February 2004 04:11 pm, Bryan Cassidy wrote:
> > > I have a bunch of mp3s and I want to burn them onto a cd so I can
> > > play them in my car cd player. Is there any recomendations on how
> > > to go about doing this? Would greatly appreciate it.
> >
> > An mp3 CD is a data CD containing mp3's. I would mkisofs it and
> > then burn the cd. I would assume you have to fixate it. I use
> > burncd.
> >
> > I do this with Nero on XP but the concept is the same.
> Or if you're looking to create an audio CD out of the mp3s, you
> convert them to audio files first.  I use mpg123 to do that (it
> creates .wav files) and then use cdrecord to burn them to CD (burncd
> doesn't know about the headers in a .wav file), but there are a lot
> of other ways to do it.

How quickly we forget. I have a Nomad Zen2 with all of my music on its 
HD. Everything else will play mp3-CDs. People with iPods will probably 
develop the same memory problem :).


Kent Stewart
Richland, WA

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