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Easy Cd & Dvd Usage



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Here's the answer Joe. We don't usually do email because then other users don't see it.


There are other ways you can do this, but this is the way I use.


-Run Easy CD & DVD Burning

-Audio Menu > Rip CDs

-insert your Audio CD, then select the track you want

-Click the Options button, Rip Music, and select WAV as the type of save to do. Wave files can be burned back to CD without loss, unlike MP3s.

-click the orange button to rip the track as a WAV file to your hard drive




-back to the Audio menu > Audio CD. This starts Easy Audio CD for you

-click Add Music

-navigate to where that WAV file was saved, and select it

-insert a blank CD and click the orange Burn button


That's it. Please be aware that copying a single audio track to an audio CD 'finalizes' the CD and you can't write more tracks later.

If you want to make a compilation audio CD with a number of tracks, rip each of the tracks you want to WAV as above, and then select and burn them all at once.




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