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[*] Post 359656 posted on 12-12-2008 at 19:35 Reply With Quote
Burning discs?



One of my rare excursions into the PC thread!

I've got a CD-R thing that has all the Apocalyptica albums copied onto it. It won't play on my sterio and J says it's because they aren't mp3 files, and they are M4A files so they'll all fit one one disc.

I'd like to copy one of the albums normally. How do I convert those tracks to mp3 so I can burn them and listen on my sterio?

Only for personal use I may add!
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[*] Post 359658 posted on 12-12-2008 at 20:20 Reply With Quote


badgegirl you like everyone else have to learn to use internet. what you have asked is not complex . what you need is converter from M4A to mp3. so use google type m4a converter to mp3 and try the most relevant link. and try it which means you download it and run it, .

do you know how to rip music from cd or not??? after your rip you save it then using the download software you open folder then direct it to where you have rip and saved the music then follow the converter then save the result. then you burn all of those converted music on cd.i hope you can follow this :D:D:D
http://www.mp3-cd-converter.com/convert_mp3/free_convert_m4a_to_mp3.html
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[*] Post 359660 posted on 12-12-2008 at 21:17 Reply With Quote


Not all CD players play mp3 though. If yours don't, then use Windows media player to burn it into normal audio CD format;)
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