music file ext question
Posted 01 October 2005 - 12:47 PM
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Posted 05 October 2005 - 08:42 AM
Edited by sherryt, 05 October 2005 - 08:43 AM.
Posted 05 October 2005 - 05:38 PM
i may not be much help, just about all my encoding/burning is with video (vcd.svcd etc)files, but:
i would think that any decent burning software would be able to convert .wma to mp3.
i dont think there would be a problem playing a audio dvd on your computer, but if you wanted to play them in a stand alone dvd player (that plays mp3) or small hand held cd players i would go with burning them to cdr, much better chance of playing them on different audio players
not sure really, can these mp3 players connect to your computer?i suppose files may be transfered to a player but in either case the dvd/cd disc that has the music would have to be in the computer dvd/cd drive for the transfer.
get the music directly from the archived dvd(instead of my hard drive) and put it dirctly onto their mp3 player.
there are tons of free mp3 burning software out there, two that i know of are Nero (which i use to burn only), has a free trial version plenty of documentaion/FAQ on there web site also, but comes with other features you may not want/use. another is roxio, which i never used. do some experiments, pop a dvd in and drag/drop a bunch of mp3/wma music files to it, see what happens.at the most you may waste a blank dvd.
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