Converting three m4a files to an audio cd image

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#1

Could someone guide this lost soul to some good software ? I’ve read that Nero can do it but I hate the thoughts of installing that monster. I have burning program installed, but I need to convert and combine m4a files onto the same audio CD.

Thanks in advance for the help :bow:


#2

Convert them into WAVe format and burn it to CDDA.

Maybe Burrrn can open them and burn it for you.


#3

I guess my problem is that I need help finding a m4a to wav file converter. After that I’m okay creating the Audio CD.

Burrrn doesn’t seem to mention that it handles m4a files.

I’m looking for recommendations on a good quality audio conversion program.


#4

Does winamp play them? You can use the Winamp discwriter plugin to convert them to .wav and practically any decent Burner software to write tham to audio cd :wink:
Quick and easy :slight_smile:

Here is a freeware audiocd burning program, if you don’t have one & refuse to use the behemoth :wink:
No guarantees on program quality though, I’ve never used it :wink:
CDburner XP pro is also freeware and does audio cd’s.


#5

I did some searching and found an audio file converter by Xilisoft that did the conversion to wav. I then used UltraIso to create the Audio CD file from the wav files and then Alcohol 120% to burn the Audio CD file to CD disk.

It took three steps/programs to get what I wanted but the quality seems excellent and I didn’t use up half my hard drive installing Nero.

Thanks for the suggestions, it got me motivated to take a rather long but successful route. At least I knew what was going on every step of the way. Some of these all-in-one solutions make a lot of assumptions and if one part doesn’t work the whole project fails. I’ve always had good luck with UltraIso and Alcohol 120% on my computer so all I really needed was the conversion program, and now I have that too. Thank you Xilisoft.

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