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>I try using Jam (Roxio's |Toast) >and it converts the MP3's to Aiff >files. A true audio CD can not be made from compressed audio. MP3 is compressed audio; Jam will first uncompress the audio before recording it to CD. A full CD of uncompressed audio should take up approximately 700MB of space. If you do not have 700MB f free hard disk space, it may be time for you to seriously consider buying a bigger hard drive. -- Rude T-shirts for a rude age: [url]http://www.villaintees.com[/url] Art, literature, shareware, polyamory, kink, and more: [url]http://www.xeromag.com/franklin.html[/url]...

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    Default Re: Problem burning audio disk w/Toast

    >I try using Jam (Roxio's |Toast)
    >and it converts the MP3's to Aiff
    >files.
    A true audio CD can not be made from compressed audio. MP3 is compressed audio;
    Jam will first uncompress the audio before recording it to CD.

    A full CD of uncompressed audio should take up approximately 700MB of space. If
    you do not have 700MB f free hard disk space, it may be time for you to
    seriously consider buying a bigger hard drive.

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    yeah, it does that.
    burn the cd as an ISO 9600 (data cd). You'll have to click between the
    two windows(-the top one being the icon selector, and the lower one
    being the track listing when toast comes up. then drag n' drop and let
    it do its thing

    jb
    John b Guest

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    >But Why do some files stay in the MP3 format and are fine.

    An MP3 CD is not the same thing as a true audio CD. You can create a CD full of
    MP3s, but it isn't an audio CD--it won't play in regular audio players.

    I assume that's your goal--to play in audio players. Toast can write MP3 CDs to
    an audio disc by uncompressing them "on the fly," but I don't believe Jam works
    that way.

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