From: Martin Feeney (martin at domain tuatha.org)
Date: Tue 11 Jul 2000 - 12:38:19 IST
On 11 Jul 00, at 12:26, Dermot Gorman wrote:
> Thanks for your info on mp3 encoders and decoders. I was wondering if you
> knew of any application which would convert mp3 files to the format used by
> standard stereo CD players. Also, what is the raw format of a song on a CD?
> i was hoping to be able to burn my mp3 collection onto a cd to be playable
> on a stereo.
You'll have to cut your mp3 collection into 74 minute sections and burn
each section of files to a seperate CD. Audio CDs are raw 44100kHz signed
(2s complement) 16bit shorts (motorola) with 2 channels. cdrecord will
take in wav or au files so you'll have to convert your mp3s to this format
first. mpg123 should do the job for you.
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