I hope someone clever can help me with this, ive asked in another couple of forums that i lurk in but havenâ€™t got very far yet...
My problem is this
I makes a compilation of audio files in Nero to create an audio CD.
But before I burn the cd I want to listen to the whole compilation to check how it all fits together, you can imagine?
I realize i could make a playlist in Winamp then open that in Nero, but I find making multiple playlists in winamp cumbersome and unreliable.
(and I've got lots of .nras lying around that I want check this way)
So I want to turn the .nra file into a m3u file (or such) so I can play the compilation in Winamp.
I'm sure it should be possible (the .nra appears to contain most of the right info if you look at it with a text editor) but I've searched "the entire interweb" and only found other peoples unanswered questions asking the same thing.
(be funny if this one goes the same way, again
thanks in advance
win xp home
winamp 3 (+windows media player
(ps this might also help you find missing tracks from old .nra's when you have moved the source file mp3)