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Copying Audio Cd To Dvd - Can It Be Done


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Also will it copy everything, to create an exact duplicate of the CD into DVD format.

 

 

You need to wiki Audio CD format and DVD formats.

 

Now that you have a basic understanding of things you have probably answered your own question.

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You need to wiki Audio CD format and DVD formats.

 

Now that you have a basic understanding of things you have probably answered your own question.

 

Hello CD:

 

I am not sure what your meaning- "You need to wiki Audio CD format and DVD formats", Please excuse me for not being technically knowledgeable. Can this be done with easy media creator 11, if I purchase it.

 

Thanks, Ron

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Hello CD:

 

I am not sure what your meaning- "You need to wiki Audio CD format and DVD formats", Please excuse me for not being technically knowledgeable. Can this be done with easy media creator 11, if I purchase it.

 

Thanks, Ron

 

You don't have to be technically knowledgeable to use wiki but it will explain things to you..

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CD means you should look up audio CD formats, and DVD formats in Wikipedia, the free on-line encyclopedia.

 

If you do that, you'll find that an audio CD is a special disc format and a DVD is a totally different disc format, so you can't make a DVD-sized playable audio CD. It is all explained in 'the Wiki' and that's probably why CD suggested you read it rather than have someone spend a long time here trying to explain it properly to you.

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CD means you should look up audio CD formats, and DVD formats in Wikipedia, the free on-line encyclopedia.

 

If you do that, you'll find that an audio CD is a special disc format and a DVD is a totally different disc format, so you can't make a DVD-sized playable audio CD. It is all explained in 'the Wiki' and that's probably why CD suggested you read it rather than have someone spend a long time here trying to explain it properly to you.

 

A link would have been nice.

 

To hellenthal: Here are the results for what cdanteek suggested you do.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&search=Audio+CD+Formats+and+DVD+Formats&button=

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After all of that, let's go back to what you are asking. You have a audio CD and want to make a copy to play where?

 

Why do you want it as DVD format. Are you thinking that it will sound better?

 

Do you want to put a ton (up to 50 hours) of music on a DVD? IF so, you can rip the music to your computer and make a music DVD. Remember that it will play only on a DVD player or your computer. You can have a menu and add album art. If you don't want all the video editing features, you might also consider somehtng like Music Lab.

 

I hope you come back and answer these questions so that we can provide you with an answer. If you do, please let us know more about your computer.

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