October 21st, 2001, 12:12 AM
Making Audio CD problems
Whenever I download mp3s and make a audio cd from them, I play them in my Hi-Fi System and they sound perfect. But on other peoples systems they sound bad and sometimes songs cut out. Is this something to do with the buring program. Because it's the same with every program I use.
HERES A LIST OF PROGRAMS I'VE TRYED:
Easy CD creator 5 (has sound cleaning and pop removal)
Nero Burning Rom
Even tryed windows Media player to do it...
Everyone of these programs work and sound fine for me....
October 21st, 2001, 03:10 AM
It could be in different things. Your HI system will play alot of things that regular systems wont....
My Wife made a CD for her brother and it will play in Home Stereo systems, but not in his Truck.... Just a difference in the quality of the system.... Atleast thats the best I can figure....
You could try burning them at a slower speed, or try downloading a lower Bitrate. The system your friend has, may not be able to handle the HI FI quality that you burned.... Just a few ideas....
I seriously doubt that it has anything to do with your Software......
Lets get stronger not weaker
October 21st, 2001, 11:43 PM
Kevin Mrotek in Prescott, AZGod Monsters!
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October 22nd, 2001, 12:51 AM
The downloaded bitrate will not have any playback effect on the finished disc. It may effect how it sounds, but not how it plays.
Changing record speeds is a good idea, as is trying another brand/color/length of discs. Those are the common recommendations for cases where media compatibility is a suspected problem. Your recorder doesn't seem to match up to those discs very well, so only a playback device that isn't very particular about what it's fed will be able to handle it. Data discs, with an extra layer of error correction, are less affected.
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