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MP3 Audio Editor

How to Burn Audio CD?


Introduction

MP3 Audio Editor provides a powful CD burner which has the ability to create music CD from MP3, WMA, WAV and OGG files. It helps create custom audio CDs to use in many occasions like evening party, wedding ceremony, or during a car trip. First, you need to download and install MP3 Audio Editor.

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Step 1. Activate Audio CD Burner

Insert a writable CD into your computer's CD drive, run MP3 Audio Editor and click on "File" (1) to choose "CD Burner" (2) to activate the audio CD burner wizard.

Activate Audio CD Burner

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Step 2. Select Useable Burning Device

The burner scans your computer's disc drive and all the available drives are displayed in the list. Select the usable disc drive from the list (the system will select it by default if there is only one) (1). If you plug in new devices or change the disc in the drive, click "Refresh..." to update device list.

Select Useable Burning Device

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Step 3. Add Audio Files

Click "Add File(s)..." (1) to input MP3 files you like to the burning list. It allows you to edit title & artist of every track. To delete files from the burning list, right-click on them and choose "Remove" . If you need to delete all the listed files, click on "Remove All".

Tips: Pay attention to the time duration here: the total track duration of the files you want to burn should not exceed the capacity of CD disc you use. Otherwise, you could not proceed.

Add Audio Files

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Step 4. Choose Burning Mode and Burning Speed

Select one burning mode from the Burning Mode drop-down menu (1). Take a notice of Disc-AT-Once raw P-W method if you'd like to burn the CD-Text information. The other modes can't do this. The "Test Mode" is provided to test the Audio CD compilation for errors. Then, choose the appropriate burning speed (2). With all these settled, click "Next" (3) to start the progress of burning. The screen will display the progress bar. The CD tray will automatically eject the disc when the audio CD has been completely created.

Tips: Test mode is good for finding the first bugs and glitches in your burning. If you are a first-time user, it is suggested to check the "Test mode" to avoid wasting of time & CD-R/DVD-R discs caused by misoperation or unpredictable errors.

Choose Burning Mode and Burning Speed

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