MP3 is getting old. Think it was developed in 1989, the original codec.
Anyways, OGG Vorbis sounds better to me. I would love to be able to rip my original Audio CDs to OGG and be able to put them into a mix CD on-the-fly.
As it stands now, only MP3, WMA and WAV can be written to CD on-the-fly w/ Nero.
I found two programs that can write to OGG on-the-fly, but neither of them actually worked. One would hang when it tried to initialize the CD-RW drive and the other just flat-out crashed on load.
So, does anybody know of any program that can write to CD as Audio CDs from OGG files on-the-fly?
I’d hate to only be able to record to CD-DA from OGG with going through a WAVE file inbetween. I remember doing that for MP3s.