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Thread: Make waves files to mp3s.

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    Default Make waves files to mp3s.

    I have a bunch of cds that I want to make the wave files to mp3s; can anyone show me how to do it in Adobe Audition? Or is there an easier way to do it?

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    Can't say as I've tried it but isn't it as easy as open the WAV file and then 'Save as' mp3 format????

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    use winlame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlipring
    use winlame.
    Yep!

    I'd go for that. I use RazorLame which I'm assuming uses the same engine.

    Either of them will do the job.

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    I just used Itunes at my friend house and when I tried to play the music with winamp it just showed up as a data file does that mean that I have to use Itunes to play my music? Also does winlame also save the songs titles also or do I have to do it manually?

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    depends what format you made itunes rip it to. I'd imagine there's a plugin for winamp. Mind you, if you have a LOT of music, itunes is a better app, if more bloated.

    A cd ripping prog like EAC will get the track titles for you, from audio cds. Not from cds with wavs on them, as you originally asked.
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