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By manjhr ·
1.What is the file format of a audio CD player?

2.How do i convert MP3 format, so that i can play in a CD player

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by DHouchin In reply to file format

1. CDA (Compressed Digital Audio) is the format of the audio track on a cd. More precisely, Each 2532 byte sector contains exactly 1/75-th second of 16 bit stereo audio sampled at 44.1 KHz stored as two's complement Pulse Code Modulated (PCM) data.
2. The software that creates the audio cd will be able to convert from the more common formats. If your software doesn't give you the option of creating an audio cd, then you are probably using UDF packet writing software that enables your CD to function like a floppy.

Most CD Recorders also come with 'mastering' software that allows you to create either audio, video, or data cd's. If you don't have the original software, you might try Roxio at http://www.roxio.com or BHA at http://www.bhacorp.com

You might be able to find freeware also.

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by TheChas In reply to file format

Most CD Burner software packages can directly process wave (.wav) files into audio CD tracks.
The data on an standard audio CD is not compressed, however, there is a lot of data added to the base wave file for error recovery.

The software that converts MP3's to Audio files and audio files to MP3's is refered to as "Ripping" software.

This is often part of a retail CD burner package, but is usually not part of the OEM package that comes with the Burner.

Look in the MP3, Audio, or Multi-Media section of your favorite download site for freeware and shareware downloads.
If you look in the Audio section of your local computor store, you will find packages from $10 to $100.

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by B_Pope In reply to file format

You can find all your answers plus software at this site

http://mpegx.com/

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