13 years ago
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My MP3 files from Audacity won't burn to blank CD?

Hi everyone, I am having a bit of trouble. I recently did some recordings from Audacity and saved them on my PC as MP3 files. I have tried using windows Audio and itunes to burn these files to a CD-R recordable audio disc. Windows media keeps telling me to 'insert a blank disc' (it is one) and itunes after several minutes of burning the disc says 'error 4000.' I am really down about this as these cd's are going to be an x-mas gift for my niece. If for some reason burning them on CD just won't work, is there a way to send them via email as an attachment and try burning them to cd on someone else's computer?
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13 years ago
PeterJames
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It is likely a problem with your Drive over anything else. Error 4000 in iTunes re-enforces this, as it is a CD burning error. The other option is bad media. But the drive is actually more likely. A good way to send them via email would be something like yousendit.com they let you send 100MB for free via email - but there are other places out there as well.
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13 years ago
Anonymous
Well, you have a problem, but you need to determine what the problem is. First, make sure the mp3 files you created are good. If you can open them in a media player (not in Audacity) like Windows Medial Player or WinAmp, then they files are ok. If they won't open or play, there's an issue with how you created the files. Rather than try to burn them as audio files, just do a data copy, like you were copying any other file to the CD. if you burn them to CD audio format, you'll wind up creating an actual audio CD. While that will be playable in any CD player, if the source files are too big, then you'll never get the burn done, because the files won't fit on the CD. So just try a straight data copy and burn the raw MP3 files to the CD. if you continue to have problems, then the issues is with the CD burner or the blank disks. The quality of blank disks can vary widely, so don't use real cheap ones. If the CD device on your computer is faulty, then you may need to address that. As for emailing, that's not always an option. Most mail services have a restriction on the size of attachments, so sending them that way will require multiple emails. If you have a place on the net you can upload files, that might be an alternative.
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5 years ago
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hi, merely confirm which you will possibly desire to transform the record before utilising ,the superb way is to apply the converter utility to make it MP3 in the commencing up then burn it by utilising determining on the AUDIO merchandise to deliver it to cd , solid success.
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