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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:13 pm 
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Okay, my head is spinning but I still know the answer to the first question. If that was the question. :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:26 pm 
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BinkyTheCat wrote:
Because Flac is not lossless and better than MP3



whoops my bad - ignore the "not" had mp3 on my mind. Thanks to those who pointed that out : )


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:43 pm 
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If I understand correctly, the original files are in FLAC format. Which is a normal one for many download sites, as we know.


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Toby wrote:
If I understand correctly, the original files are in FLAC format. Which is a normal one for many download sites, as we know.


According to his title, the original files are CD's.

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Huh. I had read it as being the output format, not the input.

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According to his title, the original files are CD's.


One of us may be right, and thinking about it, it may well not be me.


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Che Cavolo wrote:
Toby wrote:
If I understand correctly, the original files are in FLAC format. Which is a normal one for many download sites, as we know.


According to his title, the original files are CD's.


yup. cd to flac to mp3 to lossless to ????


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:12 pm 
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burning uncompressed music on cdr hope that helps


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1) Install foobar
2) load up tracks you want to burn to CD-R
3) rt click on playlist, choose "burn to cd"


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:04 am 
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i finally figures it out using my switch sound file converter i change the format to wav file and the output 96000 and 24 bit i download flac music then use switch sound file converter im now enjoying uncompressed music sounds great


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AudiOhm wrote:
jnaudio wrote:
how can i rip cds to better than mp3 /burn on cdr

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wmp by default does not recognize flac but a quick codec install solves that issue

Not sure why FLAC is in play...

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If he's ripping for a cdrom drive as opposed to Redbook cdp he can fit 2 albums on a single disc without giving up any sound quality.

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Yer only allowed 80min I thought unless u overburn?
Usually held at 72ish to avoid read errors..


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I guess it depends on how much file space TOC,ISRC codes and whatever else they fold into the so-called REDBOOK cd takes up.

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BinkyTheCat wrote:
Yer only allowed 80min I thought unless u overburn?
Usually held at 72ish to avoid read errors..

80 min for WAV / CD comptible format,
if you just burn data you can fit 800mb, which can be upwards of 10 entire albums in MP3 (v2 ~ 192kbs).


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