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Simple Question -- Converting .wav To .mp3


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I know this is a simple operation, but I just do not see the

option of how to convert a WAVE file to an MP3 file using

Roxio Creator 9 Audio Sound Editor or any other function

within Roxio. Am I overlooking something simple or did

Roxio overlook this?

I had to download some software from Tucows to perform

this task.

 

Could someone point out how Roxio can convert .WAV to .MP3?

 

Thank you.

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I know this is a simple operation, but I just do not see the

option of how to convert a WAVE file to an MP3 file using

Roxio Creator 9 Audio Sound Editor or any other function

within Roxio. Am I overlooking something simple or did

Roxio overlook this?

I had to download some software from Tucows to perform

this task.

 

Could someone point out how Roxio can convert .WAV to .MP3?

 

Thank you.

I don't have that version loaded but if you put the file(s)/clips(s) in Sound Editor, can you export the track(s)/Clip(s)? If you can, you can export it to almost any audio format.

 

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In the Home application go to Audio > Edit Audio Files [the sound editor] then Add Audio file.

 

Finally, Export Current Clip as shown

 

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There doesn't seem to be a batch converter, but then if you add too many frills to a suite you have to start taking out core components such as Disc Copier or Creator Classic to make room for the frills.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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