Hello. I've download the full version of a program called Nero. I have windows 98, not windows xp. I've downloaded my MP3 collection to discs and though my computer recognizes and plays the tunes, my DVD player won't. I've burnt MP3 archive files on CD-R discs in the past and they play just fine on comp or DVD/MP3 player. I'm assuming I actually have burnt the MP3s onto disc, however, I tried to burn a CD with all the trimmings, you know, trimming the gaps at the begining and/or end of MP3s, adjusting the audio etc. The online help function says that there is an "audio editor" option that is supposed to appear under "properties" when one right clicks on a tune selected for burning. I see no such feature. Also, Nero claims one does not have to convert to wav as it automatically does it while burning. I'm doubtful of this since, as stated, my MP3s don't even show up on a menu on anything other than my comp.
Also, in regards to Nero what is the difference between the "track at once" and the "disc at once" features? Should I be downloading Nero upgrades?
Does anyone know of a good program to download (free hopefully) so I may try it out and burn a CD that will play anywhere? Or a simple MP3 to wav converter would help. There does not seem to be the plethora of choices there once was. My brother used to have the easiest, free converter/burner combo years ago, I wish I could remember it's/their name.
Any help would be appreciated. Sorry If my topic has been covered, it's been awhile since I've been here. Thank you.
*I'm adding this after seeing an entire section on Nero. I'm so green, it mostly reads like greek to me. Stuff about batch files, multi sessions etc. Please forward my post there if you wish. I'll read on, hopefully I'll find (and understand ) some answers.