Re: [ProgAndOther] Re: CD burning
> I've never done it before, but I think what you need to do is burn theThanks for everyone's suggestions. I made the disc in data mode, and
> CD as a "data" disc rather than an "audio" disc.
it did sound pretty awful on my home stereo. So it's back to the
drawing board. I'll re-record everything at a higher sampling rate
and burn the discs in audio mode.
- On Mon, 5 May 2003, T. J. Higgins wrote:
> Thanks for everyone's suggestions. I made the disc in data mode, andTo clarify here, it's not being in data mode that would make it sound
> it did sound pretty awful on my home stereo. So it's back to the
> drawing board. I'll re-record everything at a higher sampling rate
> and burn the discs in audio mode.
bad, just the sampling rate. Normally 128-192kbps should sound pretty
decent. If you burn in audio mode, though, you will be limited to
74-80minutes in length, and it will not improve the sound quality
(though it will play in a normal CD player). Data mode should still be
what you want, just split over a couple CDs.
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what you want, just split over a couple CDs.>Data mode should still be
Not necessarily. Unless my math skills have eroded, 400 minutes encoded at 192kbps should equal +/- 600MB (That's figgering that at 128kbps you're encoding around 1MB per minute).Good luckjeffNP: Genesis, Fade 2 (mmm... Bruford)