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Master Geek

#61702 21-May-2010 15:38
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Can anyone recommend a software program that can burn a .WAV file into a CD that can be played on a standard CD player.

I'm a hypnotherapist and I'm recording my client sessions as a WAV file and I'd like to give a copy to my client so they can play it at home (definitely not recommended while driving LOL!).

Any advice would be appreciated. 

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  #333003 21-May-2010 15:45
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ITunes? It can import wav files and burn to cd playable in a cd player.


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  #333009 21-May-2010 15:53
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CDBurnerXp pro ?
Pretty sure thatll do it...

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Master Geek

  #333052 21-May-2010 16:53
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thefatmould: ITunes? It can import wav files and burn to cd playable in a cd player.

Thanks, sounds like a good option.

I've downloaded v9.1.1.12, imported the .WAV file and consulted the Help File which says in part:

"Insert a blank disc and click Burn Disc (at the bottom of the iTunes window)."

Only problem is, there is no 'Burn Disc' button.  On bottom left is 'Create a playlist', 'Turn shuffle on or off', 'Repeat', Show or hide'.  On the right bottom is 'Genius' and 'Genius show or hide'.

Am I missing something? 

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Master Geek

  #333063 21-May-2010 17:06
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make a new playlist, put all the wav files in the playlist, then burn it. Should give the option to burn if you have selected the playlist.

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  #333075 21-May-2010 17:26
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xpd: CDBurnerXp pro ?
Pretty sure thatll do it...

+1 . Any CD recording program these days may create Audio Cd, so CDBurnerXP is a good free alternative.

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Master Geek

  #336149 29-May-2010 22:01
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Nero, or Imageburn.
The latter is free.

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  #336158 29-May-2010 23:11
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Anything wrong with Windows Media Player?? it seems to burn audio files to CD audio perfectly well when I've used it in the past and its already on your machine with Windows..

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