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    convert .wav to CD format

    How do I convert a .wav file into a format that can be played on a normal CD player in the car or home CD player? What format is it that can be used with this method?

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    Re: convert .wav to CD format

    Check out this thread in Scuttlebutt (while it is still there) for a bit of background information.

    Basically, you need to get some CD burning software such as Nero or CD-Creator to do the job for you.

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    Re: convert .wav to CD format

    I have a site that I convert our church's sermons to in both streaming real audio and mp3 format for download. (http://www.grace-efc.org/av/sermons.html) I was hoping that there would be a way to pre-convert the file to audio (.cda) so that people could download the file and simply burn it to their CD to play in their car.

    I guess if they can burn a cd that they should already have the software themselves and use the mp3 to convert from.

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    Re: convert .wav to CD format

    I would agree with your guess <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>.

    One other point to note is that .wav files could be used to simply play back the recording on their PC's.

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    Re: convert .wav to CD format

    Right, I was trying to offer both
    streaming audio,
    mp3 download so that they could put on a portable mp3 player
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    download a file to burn their own CD's (right now we are offering to burn the CD for them to be able to play in their car, etc.

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