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Burning mp3>CDDA disk with MakeCD  Popular
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Burning mp3>CDDA disk with MakeCD

1. Start MakeCD, select the "Add" button & the Track Option window opens.

2. Set "Source" to "Image file", "Target" to "Direct to CD writer", &
"Advanced Options" to "Audio (normal)".

3. Click the down arrow & load an mp3 file.

4. Select "Add" again in the main window then the down arrow to load another
mp3 file. The main window will tell the total play time of all the songs, so
keep it under 80 min.

5. When done, OK the Track window.

6. In the main window, select "Write tracks", set "Test mode_off_", &
"Fix CD-R", then "Start".

I would burn to a CD-RW first as MakeCD will pick up noise glitches in a song
that produce an error. If a CD-RW burns & plays OK, then burn a CD-R. - sundown
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