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Hi, I have been burning music cds for my husband (backing tracks). They are in mp3 format. Several songs have funny glitches in them(sounds like the dog barking). I have tried burning at a slower speed, but still have the problem. Could you tell me what I am or am not doing correctly? I am using Roxio CD Creator 5. :unsure:

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Okay, if you're making CD-Audio discs from MP3s, do you know what MP3 codec your system is using to do this?

 

Do you know if your downloaded MP3s are "variable bitrate" or "constant bitrate" ?

 

You may be having a codec problem if you're trying to use VBR MP3s which were created with more modern MP3 encoders than the old CBR Fraunhofer codec used by Easy CD Creator.

 

From what I remember from way back then, if you're trying to use VBR MP3s you'll probably need to install a new encoder/decoder [codec] for your MP3s.

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Okay, if you're making CD-Audio discs from MP3s, do you know what MP3 codec your system is using to do this?

 

Do you know if your downloaded MP3s are "variable bitrate" or "constant bitrate" ?

 

You may be having a codec problem if you're trying to use VBR MP3s which were created with more modern MP3 encoders than the old CBR Fraunhofer codec used by Easy CD Creator.

 

From what I remember from way back then, if you're trying to use VBR MP3s you'll probably need to install a new encoder/decoder [codec] for your MP3s.

 

I can see K-lite codec listed in my programs, is there any way of finding what one I may be using? I did a Cert 4 in I.T. but nothing like this was included, I think I should have studied Multimedia instead :-)

Sorry, I don't know if the MP3s are "variable bitrate" or "constant bitrate".

 

I can see K-lite codec listed in my programs, is there any way of finding what one I may be using? I did a Cert 4 in I.T. but nothing like this was included, I think I should have studied Multimedia instead :-)

Sorry, I don't know if the MP3s are "variable bitrate" or "constant bitrate".

 

I had a look at the properties of each mp3 and I would say they are variable, as they are anything from 64 to 128/192.

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I can see K-lite codec listed in my programs, is there any way of finding what one I may be using? I did a Cert 4 in I.T. but nothing like this was included, I think I should have studied Multimedia instead :-)

Sorry, I don't know if the MP3s are "variable bitrate" or "constant bitrate".

 

 

 

I had a look at the properties of each mp3 and I would say they are variable, as they are anything from 64 to 128/192.

What you may want to try then is using something else, like Winamp, to convert your .MP3 files to .WAV files. If you have Winamp, you can go into Options -> Preferences -> Plug-ins -> Output, and select the Nullsoft Disk Writer plug-in. Set it up for where you want the output files to go, add the files you want on your CD into the playlist, and "play" them. You won't hear anything, but they'll be written as .WAV files to your HD. Then use the .WAV files for your CD and see if that helps.

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