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How to convert .wav to .mp3?


jimmarako

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Hi,

I've been using the "convert CD's" option under the Audio tab to rip my CD collection to my computer. The program is wonderful.

 

I also have some .wav files on my computer that I would like to convert to mp3's but I can not figure out how. The closest I have come is to make an "audio" CD from the .wav files then rip them back. It seems odd to me to do a two step process like this. Is there anyway to take .wav files and convert to .mp3's directly?

 

Thanks

JM

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Hi,

I've been using the "convert CD's" option under the Audio tab to rip my CD collection to my computer. The program is wonderful.

 

I also have some .wav files on my computer that I would like to convert to mp3's but I can not figure out how. The closest I have come is to make an "audio" CD from the .wav files then rip them back. It seems odd to me to do a two step process like this. Is there anyway to take .wav files and convert to .mp3's directly?

 

Thanks

JM

There's a few ways to do this. You can use Sound Editor or Music Disc Creator. It mainly depends on how many you want to do at a time but both programs are very easy to learn. In Music Disc Creator, just use the 'Add Audio Tracks' button and browse to where you have your wav files saved. When they are all added in the program, you can choose to burn to disc or export them to your hard drive. Sound Editor works much the same way.

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There's a few ways to do this. You can use Sound Editor or Music Disc Creator. It mainly depends on how many you want to do at a time but both programs are very easy to learn. In Music Disc Creator, just use the 'Add Audio Tracks' button and browse to where you have your wav files saved. When they are all added in the program, you can choose to burn to disc or export them to your hard drive. Sound Editor works much the same way.

 

 

OK, Thanks. Sound Editor did the trick. I tried Music Disk Creator and it seemed to me it would only burn an Image of a CD/DVD to the hard disk. At least with sound editor I was able to select a dozen different .wav files and have the tool create a dozen different MP3's with the proper names.

 

Thanks

JM

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