posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 01:28 AM
This is true, some players out there can't read an MP3 file or other such compressed file. But, what I'm talking about is burning an audio CD,
which should be compatible in a very large number of players these days.
So, basically, you are taking MP3 files, or WMA, or whatever type files and burning them to audio format, which only allows maybe 10-14 tracks,
depending on length.
AC3 turned out to be a wicked pain in the rear. I don't know if it's copyright stuff or not, that's causing the problem. I tried different things
to burn an audio CD from the AC3 file, I wasn't successful. I don't know, unless there is something wrong with the computer I was using. Unless I
have to specifically format these CDs or something before I burn? One piece of software I tried, specifically had me format the CD. I'm not used to
having to do this these days. Most programs seem to just do everything without mentioning a format.