Discussion in 'Computers' started by CD'S, Sep 1, 2002.
can you convert mp3s to wave?
Yes. I use a program called audio catalyst for this. However, why would you want to do this?
hy bother useing expensive programs like that when you can just use sound recorder?
There are quite a few proggys that can do that:
AudioGrabber (not free)
Steinberg WavLab (Very not free)
Syntrilluim Cool Edit/Cool Edit Pro (Very not free)
The list goes way on...
Are you wanting to convert them to edit them, or to burn them to CD? Some popular burning programs and many media players can do this.
if u have creative recorder, that is the easiest to use....select 'what u hear' click record and play the mp3
Artisan, you of all ppl should know that all the "very not free" programs that are out there, you can download full versions, with "keygens" off of Kazaa. www.kazaa.com for those who do not know
RIGHTCLICK MP3 is free..
and it can convert from wav to mp3 AS WELL..
cdex is great since its freeware and does a good job
Yeah, I use CDEX. I dont like the way i have to take the songs Bitrate down to 96KBPS to get the file size below about 75,000MB
Just use Winamp!
Well, most like you are using Winamp to listen to your mp3's.
So you already have what you need. Right click on the any where on the player window (where play/stop is) , and select Options/Preferences...select Output and change it to DISKWRITTER (some older versions say WAV WRITTER)
Note, when you hit PLAY it will extract your ENTIRE playlist that is on screen so you might want to make a special play list just for the wav's you want to extract.
I use AudioGrabber for copying my CDs to mp3 and I think that has a feature to convert mp3s to WAV files.
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Additional, I am a 5 post wonder. please kick my ass
flea.. you little bugger! Don't piss him off! haha :smart:
aww! but i wanna! he only has 5 posts.
You do realise you posted that at EXACTLY 12:00am my time (according to vBulliten clock)
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