Burning Wav file problems.

  sputnick 12:45 19 Jan 11
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I have been trying to copy wav files that have been converted from MP3 onto CD but Windows media player and my burning programs won`t recognise them.
I need them files on CD for a funeral and the equipment they use only plays CD.
I`ve made a number of coasters so far so I would be grateful if anyone can help otherwise I`ll have to buy a cd and copy the tracks from there.

  GaT7 12:49 19 Jan 11

Have you tried using your disc burning software to create an 'Audio' CD to burn the disc? If not, try it. G

  sputnick 12:55 19 Jan 11

Thanks Crossbow 7 I`ve tried that and tried data.
I can only assume that the conversion software does not make files suitable.
Most anoying as everything on dowloads is MP3,
I`ve even found a couple of wav file tracks but they can`t be recognised either.

  GaT7 13:06 19 Jan 11

Do the converted Wav files work OK when you play them in Windows?

You can use the MP3 files to burn an Audio CD directly with WMP - i.e. without converting them into Wav first. Have you tried this? G

  sputnick 13:11 19 Jan 11

Yes the files play fine on the PC but not on standard no MP3 cd playes, shows up as No disc.
Unfortunately the crematorium can only play regular CD`s or tape.
About time they got some new equipment.

  GaT7 13:14 19 Jan 11

You're talking about an 'MP3 audio' CD - I ain't!

WMP will create a standard audio CD with MP3 files - try it. G

  sputnick 13:18 19 Jan 11

Ok I`ll give it a try. Thanks

  sputnick 13:44 19 Jan 11

Thanks Crossbow7 that worked ok.
I`ve tried the tracks on a non MP3 player and it works.
Perhaps I was looking to be to complicated in my working.
I can sent the lady off in style now.

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