Hey, I’ve got a question. If I want to make an audio-CD, there are two steps to be done:
- convert MP3 to wav
- burn the wavs
Every burning program can do step 2, and all do it at the same quality. But step 1 is a little bit different. The burning program needs a good mp3-decoder. i.e. Nero does’n’t have a good mp3-decoder, and WinAMP does have a correct mp3-decoder. So if i want to burn a cd, i always converted my mp3’s with WinAMP 2 to wav’s, and burned it with Nero.
My question: has anyone done some analyse or something regarding the quality of the mp3-decoder of BlindWrite? It is a very handy function to burn the mp3’s as a audioCD, but i want to know if it is the best quality!