[Athen] Audio cds

Travis Hallenbeck travishallenbeck at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 12:45:23 PDT 2007

If you convert the wav files to mp3s and burn them as a data CD rather than
a music CD (as long as your student is using a player that can play mp3 CDs
- most newer CD players can, as well as Victor players), you might be able
to fit the whole text on one CD depending on the quality of the mp3s.

If you load a blank CD-R, you should be able to drag files to it and then
burn a data CD without having to mess with Windows Media Player. Just make
sure the files are named, so they'll be in order!

Travis Hallenbeck
Digital Media Specialist, AMAC

On 8/29/07, Gerry Nies <gerrynies at mail.und.nodak.edu> wrote:


> OK so we haven't made it to DAISY yet. And I am sure that I am just

> missing something simple. We have a student who will be using a CD player to

> listen to their text. We have generated .wav files of the text and want to

> get to the cd. At this point we have files that equate to about an hour

> apiece. How do I get it to the CD?


> I have burned it using Windows Media Player and works but it involves lots

> of disks. I know there is a better solution I just don't know what it is.


> Thanks for the help

> Gerry


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