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Burning Wav Files To Disk


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I am not very familiar with roxio.

I cannot burn wav files (wich were recorded on a mp3 player)

onto a music disk. I get a message: invalid audio files.

what should I do?


Pretty vague…


Most of us do it by using Classic and setting it to an Audio CD project.


What isn’t working when you do that?

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it doesn't work. as I said, when I try doing that I get a"invalid audio files" message.

any clue?


Where did this file come from? Was it perhaps downloaded? Or from WinPlayer 9 or 10? It may have DMR (Digital Media Rights) Code which would prevent you from copying it.



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James,you might know this,does this version have trouble with files below a certain bitrate?Not sure if this could be the problem but seems I remember seeing another post somewhere about recording to mp3 devices and the rates or something about the files were too low for Roxio.

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