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seacm

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I'm not sure of the terminology but I have a USB flash thing which has a number of sound effects I need for a show I am involved with.

 

I want to import these sounds and burn a CD.

 

How do I do this?

 

Seac

When you plug in your USB drive, Windows should pick it up and pop a window on your screen giving you choices. One should be to view the files in the folder. Choose that one and you should see your files listed (or they may be in a sub folder).

If you just want to save to a cd, open up Creator Classic and drag those files into it and burn. If you want an Audio CD, open up Music Disc Creator and drag them into it and burn. Each of these programs have a help/tutorial menu to show you steps to create your cd.

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When you plug in your USB drive, Windows should pick it up and pop a window on your screen giving you choices. One should be to view the files in the folder. Choose that one and you should see your files listed (or they may be in a sub folder).

If you just want to save to a cd, open up Creator Classic and drag those files into it and burn. If you want an Audio CD, open up Music Disc Creator and drag them into it and burn. Each of these programs have a help/tutorial menu to show you steps to create your cd.

 

Thank you Paul. I will try that. I thought that is what I did but when I place the cd in a cd player it is not recognized. Our sound equipment tells me there is no cd in the unit. On my cd player in my car I get a strange message referring to "TOC" whatever that means. I will try the steps you suggest and will let you know. Seac

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Thank you Paul. I will try that. I thought that is what I did but when I place the cd in a cd player it is not recognized. Our sound equipment tells me there is no cd in the unit. On my cd player in my car I get a strange message referring to "TOC" whatever that means. I will try the steps you suggest and will let you know. Seac

TOC means Table of Contents. This could mean many things from simply burning the cd wrong to a drive problem.

What does it do when you place the cd in a computer drive?

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TOC means Table of Contents. This could mean many things from simply burning the cd wrong to a drive problem.

What does it do when you place the cd in a computer drive?

 

Paul, It worked perfectly. Now I have to wait until I am back at the theater to see if what I burned will play through that equipment. It should since it plays through my equipment here at home. Thanks a lot for your help.

Seac

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Paul, It worked perfectly. Now I have to wait until I am back at the theater to see if what I burned will play through that equipment. It should since it plays through my equipment here at home. Thanks a lot for your help.

Seac

I'm hopeful it will but not all players like home made CD's. Sometimes burning at a slower speed helps but let's not do anything differently until we know how it all works out.

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